Kaweco Eyedropper 1910 Limited Edition Fountain Pen
The Kaweco Eyedropper 1910 celebrates the vintage fountain pens used back in the early 1900s. The name "Eyedropper" describes the filling mechanism of putting ink into the pen barrel using a pipette (eyedropper), a common mechanism used in 1910.
Although named Eyedropper, this modernized version is made to be compatible with cartridges and converters, instead of using the original eyedropper mechanism, which can be rather messy and inconvenient at times.
The pen features a slim and elegant profile, equipped with a beautifully decorated 14K gold nib that has a little bit of flex to give line variations. It is made of ebonite - a hard, vulcanized rubber that is dark brown in colour. Each pen is engraved with a classic guilloche pattern and a unique serial number. Approximately 800 of these pens were released worldwide.
The limited edition pen comes in a book-like presentation case decorated with nostalgic Kaweco motifs of the 1910's. The box also includes 6 packs of Kaweco cartridges in assorted colours, and a leather pen pouch to safely store your pen. The pen barrel is long enough to store 2 ink cartridges, one in use and a second one as a spare.
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