Kaweco SUPRA is made of pure eco brass, which means that it is lead-free. Each piece is subject to quality control and is assembled by hand.
The historic Kaweco Supra was, then, as now, a quick-change artist. Based on the Liliput design, the "big brother" was created in 1920 as a variably adjustable fountain pen. With various screwing options, such as with or without an adapter, the weight and length of the fountain pen can be individually adapted to each hand.
The trick to Kaweco Supra is that there is a connecting piece included that extends the fountain pen by 3 cm. This gives you the option to use it as a pocket sized pen or extend it to a full length pen. Another exciting thing about this is, that you can totally notice the weight difference. In the long configuration you can also hold 2 standard size ink cartridges and use the long converter as well.
The large nib in Kaweco Supra gives it drama and a unique writing experience. The well-known Eco Brass - brass from Wieland Werke in Ulm - is lead-free. As is usual with brass, you can notice a change during use. Over time, the pen will develop its own patina. The stainless steel Supra and the hand-blued Fireblue version based on it are also "made in Germany". Due to the heavy weight of the model, the writing instrument presses lightly on the paper by itself. This enables you to write particularly long and comfortably.
The Kaweco SUPRA uses cartridges as well as converter (sold separately)
A bronze clip is available as a pretty accessory and for a good hold.