This standard international size cartridge converter (made by Schmidt in Germany) turns a cartridge pen into a plunger fountain pen. This converter allows you to use bottled ink with most cartridge fountain pens (except Aurora, Cross, LAMY, Parker, Pilot, Platinum, Sailor, and Sheaffer, to name a few).
- Max Ink Capacity - Converter
The maximum volume of ink that can fit in the pen when using a converter.
Reviews & Questions
What is a converter?
A cartridge-shaped reservoir that allows you to use bottled fountain pen ink, when a cartridge would otherwise be your only option. Fountain pens that have this option are usually referred to as a cartridge/converter pen, or C/C for short.
What pens accept a converter?
How do I use a converter?
A converter goes in the place of where the ink cartridge would normally go.
Check out this video to see how to fill and use your converter:
How do I clean a converter pen?
You can clean a converter by flushing it out with water, the same way you would use it to fill your pen, but instead of ink you’re just using water or a Pen Flush.
Watch this video to see how to clean a cartridge/converter pen: