Kaweco Perkeo Breezy Teal Fountain Pen
Kaweco Perkeo Breezy Teal Fountain Pen
Kaweco Perkeo Breezy Teal Fountain Pen
Kaweco Perkeo Breezy Teal Fountain Pen
Kaweco Perkeo Breezy Teal Fountain Pen
Kaweco Perkeo Breezy Teal Fountain Pen
Kaweco Perkeo Breezy Teal Fountain Pen

Kaweco Perkeo Breezy Teal Fountain Pen

Regular price $17.00 Save $-17.00
60 in stock

Originally released as a dip pen around the year 1900, the Perkeo has been revived as a stylish entry-level fountain pen perfect for students and beginners. It carries on Kaweco's hallmark combination of classy and offbeat styling elements with its octagonal cap, 16-sided barrel, and teal color scheme. Its triangular grip section makes it easy to hold at the best angle for smooth ink flow and effortless writing. The transparent threaded section where the grip meets the barrel acts as a hidden ink window, letting you check the ink level without fully unscrewing the barrel.
Features:

Steel nib with a black finish.
Triangular ergonomic grip section.
Snap-on cap with a black metal Kaweco logo on top.
One blue ink cartridge is included.

This pen can also use a cartridge converter - available for purchase here: Standard International Converter

Customer Reviews

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Elliot Raimondo
Great writer

Got this as part of my $30 pen box subscription as a fine nib. I got pretty frustrated with the converter that it came with (just wouldn't fill) so I ended up using the cartridge. It was a great, albeit wet writer. It had a definite sweet spot where writing was better. Also, based on the material I didn't feel bad about carrying this guy around as a daily writer and took it with me to Vegas, the lack of a clip is also better for pocket carry. I will definitely be trying this brand again.

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Elliot Raimondo
Great writer

Got this as part of my $30 pen box subscription as a fine nib. I got pretty frustrated with the converter that it came with (just wouldn't fill) so I ended up using the cartridge. It was a great, albeit wet writer. It had a definite sweet spot where writing was better. Also, based on the material I didn't feel bad about carrying this guy around as a daily writer and took it with me to Vegas, the lack of a clip is also better for pocket carry. I will definitely be trying this brand again.