The Kaweco Frosted Sport Fountain Pen is a beautifully saturated addition to the Kaweco Sport line of pens. Available in a host of bright and tastefully semi-translucent hues that are all brought to life in the presence of light, the Frosted Sport also features the same iconic German design and quality writing experience you would expect from any Kaweco pen. Available with a stainless steel nib in Extra Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad, and Double Broad nib sizes.
This classic Kaweco pen is made in Germany and has a successful history dating back to 1935. The compact design has remained unchanged and continues to be a favorite among pen enthusiasts and a popular choice for writers looking to get started with fountain pens. To help fill your Kaweco pen, check out the quick tips video below:
To find the nib size that best accommodates your handwriting style, check out the Kaweco nib size comparison video to see all the nibs in action.
Kaweco Frosted Sport Fountain Pen Specifications
Pen Material: Semi-translucent Resin
Cap: Screw On, Clip Sold Separately
Nib Material: Stainless Steel (#5 size nib)
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge (standard international, included) or Converter (not included item # 20000903, Kaweco Sport Converter - proprietary), eyedropper compatible.
Pen Length (closed): 4.13 in . / 105mm
Pen Length (open, cap off): 3.94 in . / 100mm
Pen Length (open, cap posted): 5.20 in. / 132mm
Pen Diameter (cap): 0.51 in. / 13mm
Pen Diameter (grip section): 0.37 in. / 9.4mm
Pen Weight: 0.35oz / 10g
Packaged in Kaweco Sport rectangular cardboard tube box.
I'm a noob, been using and buying Fountain pens since April, 2021. This was my 11th pen. I love this pen; in addition to it having a reliable and smooth nib, I find myself wanting ... view moreto hold it. It feels like a good luck charm. The frosted coconut is perfect. I can easily see the ink in the cartridge. Also I giggle and think I'm getting a such a great price when I see metal versions of this pen selling for a lot more money. No pen is too light for me (this pen IS light) and I strongly prefer plastic/acrylic/resin pens over metal ones. In short, this pen had my name on it. view less
It's fine. It's a fine point, and I'm kinda starting to think that fine point Kaweco Sport pens may not be right for me. A couple of the inks I've tried in the two I have seem not ... view moreto flow very well through the tip, and write relatively light (vs dark) compared to other pens I've used the ink in. Maybe I just haven't found the right ink? But it's fine, I'll use it, and keep experimenting.
I don't mind some experimenting, but this seems to be a tiny bit more than I personally prefer. YMMV. It's still a nice pen, and a nice size, just a little touchy for me. view less