Kaweco - Ballpoint Pen - Student - 70's Soul

The Kaweco Student 70s Soul is a blast from the past and celebrates the decade when Billy Jean King won the "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match and the Walkman was introduced by Sony. The colours of the 70's Soul - cool cream barrel, burnt orange cap and gold-coloured trim - underpin the nostalgic shape of the Student series.

The Kaweco Student cap and body are made from a high-quality resin, with gold-tone chrome trim, finial, and grip section. The ballpoint pen features a twist action retract mechanism and comes with a metal clip, with Kaweco engraved on the clip and trim and the logo on the top of the cap. The pen measures 13cm capped and 16cm when posted.

Kaweco continues to manufacture their products in Nuremberg, Germany, using quality materials sourced from all over the world, making it a pen that has stood the test of time since its inception in the mid 1930s. 

The pen comes in a tin box and with a pre-installed blue ink, which is an international D1 refill. 

Kaweco - Ballpoint Pen - Student - 70's Soul

$118.95
Kaweco - Ballpoint Pen - Student - 70's Soul Kaweco - Ballpoint Pen - Student - 70's Soul
Kaweco - Ballpoint Pen - Student - 70's Soul Kaweco - Ballpoint Pen - Student - 70's Soul

Kaweco - Ballpoint Pen - Student - 70's Soul

$118.95
$118.95

The Kaweco Student 70s Soul is a blast from the past and celebrates the decade when Billy Jean King won the "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match and the Walkman was introduced by Sony. The colours of the 70's Soul - cool cream barrel, burnt orange cap and gold-coloured trim - underpin the nostalgic shape of the Student series.

The Kaweco Student cap and body are made from a high-quality resin, with gold-tone chrome trim, finial, and grip section. The ballpoint pen features a twist action retract mechanism and comes with a metal clip, with Kaweco engraved on the clip and trim and the logo on the top of the cap. The pen measures 13cm capped and 16cm when posted.

Kaweco continues to manufacture their products in Nuremberg, Germany, using quality materials sourced from all over the world, making it a pen that has stood the test of time since its inception in the mid 1930s. 

The pen comes in a tin box and with a pre-installed blue ink, which is an international D1 refill.