Kaweco first started producing its writing instruments with the dip pen in 1883 in Heidleberg Germany. In 1911 the company opened subsidiaries in Berlin, Paris, Zurich and Vienna as well as agencies in many countries around the world. This becomes the birth of their famous Sport pen. In 1994 the H & M Gutberlet gmbh acquires the “KAWECO“ name and re-launches a new Sport series based on the Kaweco Sport design from 1935. These nifty pocket size writing instruments are now made as fountain pens, rollerballs, ballpoint pens, push and clutch pencils. Today their products are sold in many countries across the world, with their the product range continuously expands, yet retaining its rich history and core quality.