My Kaweco Sport takes little space in my purse or pocket, but is as reliable as any fountain pen I've ever owned. Lovely and dependable.
The double bold nib is flawless, writes like a skate on ice, very wet and lovely.
I like this pen very much! It isn't quite as smooth a nib as my TWSBI Eco, but it's cute and works great. I love the dark olive color.
Note: the converters are finicky. The Monteverde International Mini converter almost fits, but doesn't stay in place. The Kaweco converter does fit, but it takes a ton of force to get it into place the first time, (I had to put it on the desk and jam it down) after that it's okay.
I myself like a longer pen, so when I first received the Kaweco in my monthly InkBox, I was a little skeptical, but ultimately surprised. To my delight, the shape of the pen is fantastic for holding the pen and has not hindered my ability to write fluidly. I wish the ink barrel was bigger, but this only affords me the ability to use other inks more regularly. The nib glides on paper whether I am writing in 'cursive' or printing. I like it so much that I purchased another!. I am a huge pen connoisseur and Kaweco is a must in my collection.
When I first unboxed the pen, I was surprised at how lightweight it was. It felt a little, well, cheap for a $30 pen. However, I do like the nib a lot. It’s EF like I like and writes smoothly. It also requires a specialized converter, which is a minus to me as well. But after Using this pen for a while, I don’t regret the purchase. The metal barrels would probably feel better but not worth the extra $$.