In 1911 something remarkable by the name of Kaweco SPORT was created. A pocket fountain pen which could be carried everywhere. It only measured 10.5cm when closed, but when the cap was mounted on top of the barrel, it grew to a standard sized pen.
Sepp Herberger already appreciated the features of this fountain pen. It was a Kaweco SPORT that committed his victorious tactics to paper. Tactics that made the German team win the World Cup in 1954.
Today there is a contemporary version of the Kaweco Sport – the SKYLINE series. The silver accents, i.e. the silver imprint and the silver metal logo on top of the cap make all the difference. Besides classy black this series offers fresh and hip colours.
The name SKYLINE represents the colour silver, as well as lifestyle and fashion in major cities around the world.
The LILIPUT is one of the oldest Kaweco series. In 1908 it already fascinated the consumers with its simple style, it was made of ebonite back then. Even today the Kaweco LILIPUT only consists of 3 parts: cap, barrel, and mouthpiece.
The LILIPUT series is available in different precious metals. Measuring only 97mm when closed, just 87 mm when opened and 125 mm when the cap is attached to the barrel, the LILIPUT is one of the smallest fountain pens in the world.