Pilot Kakuno Fountain Pen - Turquoise/White, Fine
Kakuno is a delightful, new fountain pen that is ideal for both first time fountain pen users and experienced writers. Everyone can enjoy writing with a Kakuno fountain pen. "Kakuno" means "to write" in Japanese, and that's just what this pen helps users to do by featuring an appealing smiley face on the nib, when oriented upward, ensures perfect nib orientation. The turquoise pastel capped white barrel pen features a fine steel nib with a winking smiley face. Indentations in the cap make it easy to grasp when uncapping the pen. The cap and body are hexagonal, similar to the classic wooden pencil, so that the pen is comfortable to hold and doesn't roll away. Novices will soon be on their way to becoming seasoned fountain pen users, and seasoned users will enjoy the fun, exuberant writing the Kakuno fountain pen delivers.
A black Pilot ink cartridge is included; the Kakuno also accepts a Pilot CON-40 converter (sold separately), as well as any of the other Pilot converters (Con-20/50/70).
Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
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Pilot Kakuno Fountain Pen - Turquoise/White, Fine is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wravis from Cute and Quality! I bought this because I wanted the winky-face nib, and I was surprised at how smooth it wrote. It's just as good as the Pilot Metropolitan's nib. It's cute too.
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lopez297 from GREAT STARTER PEN I bought the product because of the fine nib and the fact that I am new to the fountain pen world and this is the perfect pen for anyone new to the world.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joel Cairo from Cute, smooth and reliable. A cute and reliable pen that writes smoothly. This is my new favorite starter pen.
Date published: 2016-10-13