Since last Autumn I have used one fountain pen as my daily companion: The Kaweco Student 70’s Soul. A fountain pen with an amazing EF nib.
By coincidence it also fits quite well with my 2018 Hobonichi ‘hazelnut’ cover.
Below is a quick look at this fantastic fountain pen in the form of a video. I published it last November, so if you follow my YouTube channel you might have spotted this video before.
5 thoughts on “The Kaweco Student 70’s Soul and its amazing EF nib”
Looks good! I am currently using a Moonman M2 for journalling. It is quite fine but my most fine nib is in a Pilot Capless.
Thank you for your comment, John. The Moonman M2 looks very good. I don’t think I write enough with a fountain pen, so an eyedropper pen doesn’t make sense for me, but I’m quite sure that if I’d need the capacity I would get the Moonman.
Is the Capless your favourite?
I couldn’t agree with you more I got this in late December and I am besotted with it, excellent review of it by the way, your youtube video on it helped me decide to get it, many thanks 🙂
I’m happy you like it and found the video useful. Are you using yours with a converter or with ink cartridges?
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