Kaweco 14k Gold Fountain Pen Nib Review
Review Pen: Kaweco ART Sport Amber
Review Ink: Kaweco Summer Blue
Notes: Kaweco has recently added 14k gold nibs to their lineup and they are great! I’m a fan of their steel nibs (EF, F, and M – nothing bigger) but this gold nib is on a whole new level. It’s got great ink flow and it is silky smooth. It starts right up, even after being unused for weeks. Retailing at around $100, it makes a great upgrade for an AL or ART Sport – adding a premium look, feel, and writing experience. This is definitely one of the better stock gold nibs I’ve used. If you’re a Kaweco fan, consider adding one to your collection. The newest Kawecos all have easily interchangeable nibs, so you can swap this one in and out easily. Thank you to Sebastian over at Kaweco for sending the nib to check out!
14 thoughts on “Kaweco 14k Gold Nib Review”
was wondering what I needed to make me use my Amber Art.
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Thanks for a very interesting post. Are these gold nibs actually made by Kaweco themselves, or are they made by Bock (or someone else)?
I don’t believe that Kaweco make their nibs in house, not sure of the manufacturer, but very few companies make them by themselves nowadays.
amazing review especially the handwritten part…
I couldn’t agree more – the nib is something on a different level. I think it changes Kaweco completely (but I really hope they make them more affordable…). Yummy pics 🙂
It’s so good right out of the box, I was shocked. It’s definitely a lot of money to drop on such a small nib, but if for those that love and swear by Kaweco, it would be a great addition.
Where can I buy one?
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