- Brand: Kaweco
- Model: LILIPUT
- Colors: Fireblue / Brass / Copper / Stainless Steel
- Writing System: Fountain Pen
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Length posted: 12.6 cm
- Length closed: 9.7 cm
NOTE: Comes with 1pc. Cartridge and Metal Box
One of the oldest Kaweco series is the Liliput. As early as 1908, the simple design of these writing instruments, which were then made of hard rubber, fascinated people. To this day, the Kaweco LILIPUT consists of only three housing parts: cap, barrel and grip.
The reduced and clear design of the series is available in high-quality metals. Brass or copper Liliput develop a natural and individual patina over time. In addition to brass and copper, the series is also available in aluminum, stainless steel and blued stainless steel.
At 9.7 cm when closed and just 8.7 cm when open, the Liliput is one of the smallest fountain pens in the world. However, if you unscrew the cap at the back, it has a comfortable size of 12.5 cm for long writing. In addition to the fountain pen, you can choose between a ballpoint pen and a ballpoint pen with a cap.
As usual, the fountain pen is available in five nib sizes. Thanks to the screw mechanism, the existing spring can also be replaced at any time.
The minimalist model made of blued stainless steel.
Our fountain pen in the Fireblue variant is a real individualist. Each writing instrument is blued by hand. The effect of the different temperatures gives it the varied coloring of shimmering bluish and brownish color nuances. This color may change over time with use.
The minimalist model made of brass.
The brass fountain pen is particularly sustainable. It is made entirely in Germany from the well-known eco brass and only has to go through very short transport routes. The brass used is lead-free and since it is untreated, an individual patina develops over time through use.
The minimalist model made of copper.
The fountain pen in copper should not be missing on any desk. He is a real gem. Not only does it look good, but its material properties make it particularly hygienic, durable and corrosion-resistant. Bacteria have no opportunity to multiply on copper and die off after a short time.