The LAMY safari is a timelessly modern pen for the young – and the young at heart – and is in a class of its own. It created a stir during its market launch at the beginning of the eighties with its avant-garde design and its prominent, spring-loaded clip. It also features extraordin- ary robustness. Additional writing systems and continuously new product colours have made the LAMY safari a global success and a modern design classic that has established itself as a much sought-after lifestyle product in many countries around the world.
The LILIPUT is one of the oldest Kaweco series. In 1908 it already fascinated the consumers with its simple style, it was made of ebonite back then. Even today the Kaweco LILIPUT only consists of 3 parts: cap, barrel and mouthpiece.
The LILIPUT series is available in different precious metals. Measuring only 97 mm when closed, just 87 mm when opened and 125 mm when the cap is attached to the barrel, the LILIPUT is one of the smallest fountain pens in the world.
The earliest preserved copy of a mechanical pencil was found in the wreckage the HMS Pandora, which sank in 1791. The frigate was sent out to arrest the mutineers of the Bounty.
Kaweco has been producing all kinds of mechanical pencils since the beginning of the 20th century. The Kaweco clutch pencils had become very popular in the fifties, the heyday of technical drawing. Until this very day the clutch pencils of the SKETCH UP series are very popular among sketch artists.