Stylo plume Kaweco Frosted - Mandarine
Stylo plume Kaweco Frosted - Mandarine
Stylo plume Kaweco Frosted - Mandarine
Stylo plume Kaweco Frosted - Mandarine
Stylo plume Kaweco Frosted - Mandarine
Stylo plume Kaweco Frosted - Mandarine
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Kaweco Frosted Sport fountain pen - Mandarine

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The Frosted Sport is perfect for the summer, with its tropical names, pastel colors and silver colored accents! It is made from sturdy lightweight ABS plastic and its octagonal body ensures stability on any tabletop.

This pocket sized pen is easily transportable-it measures just 10.5cm with the cap fully closed on the nib, and 13.3cm with the cap placed on the end of the barrel. The cap screws on securely to protect your pen when not in use.

  • Barrel material: Abs Plastic
  • Nib material: Steel
  • Nib colour: Silver
  • Measurements: 4'' closed, 5.25'' posted
  • Weight: About 9 g (without cartridge or converter)
  • Cartridge type: Standard short
  • 1 blue ink cartridge included
  • Pen clips available here
  • A converter can be added, allowing you to refill your pen from an ink bottle rather than using disposable ink cartridges.

In 1883, a wooden dip pen factory, Heidelberger Federhalter Fabrik, opened in Heidelberg, Germany. This company would eventually be renamed Kaweco in 1889, under the leadership of its new owners Heinrich Kock and Rudolph Weber. In 1911, the Kaweco Sport line launched, featuring a compact and lightweight design, perfect for athletes. Kaweco produced a special edition of the Sport for the 1972 Olympics in Munich. The design has remained a classic to this day.