The Kaweco Liliput takes the short international cartridge only. If you prefer using your own inks, you will be resigned to refilling old cartridge if you like a decent ink capacity. I can’t be sure if the small Kaweco converter would be able to fit the Liliput. If it does, I doubt there is much ink capacity when compared with a normal ink cartridge.
The Liliput comes a variety of nib options. They are all stainless steel nibs ranging from EF to BB. I had requested for a B nib for the Kaweco Liliput. That’s not a normal choice for me. The B nib is well, board. Far boarder than what I am used to but it is on the other hand not overly wet that makes it next to impossible for me to use. The B nib wants you to write big and bold. The nib is, for me, serviceable. It’s probably a better idea to pair this with a narrower nib options since it is for writing on the go. You undoubtedly don’t want to hang around waiting for your writing to dry before you can close your notebook.
The Kaweco Liliput is a very specialised fountain pen. It wouldn’t work in all regular situations. As long as you keep this in mind, the Liliput will not disappoint you.
Once again, my thanks to Cityluxe for lending me the pen for review.