The copper fountain pen should not be missing on any desk. He is a real gem. Not only does it look good, but its material properties also make it particularly hygienic, durable, and corrosion-resistant. Bacteria have no chance to multiply on copper and die after a short time.
With 9.7 cm when closed, only 8.7 cm when open, and 12.5 cm with the cap screwed on, the Liliput is one of the smallest fountain pens in the world.
It is available in selected materials that give this minimalist model versatility. From lightweight aluminum for on the go to copper and brass, which develop a unique patina over time, this fountain pen leaves nothing to be desired.
There is a choice of five different nib sizes from extra fine to extra wide. While the extra-fine nib (EF) is particularly suitable for small and fine handwriting, the extra-wide nib (BB) is often used for large, dramatic signatures. For beginners, we recommend the spring size M. All springs are made in Germany.
There is also a bronze clip and leather cases that protect the pen while on the move. The Kaweco Squeeze Converter was specially developed for the fountain pen of the Liliput series.
|Writing system:||Fountain pen|
|Length open:||12.6 cm|
|Length closed:||9.7 cm|