The Wing Sung 3007 is an affordable, fountain pen that is a clear clone of the Kaweco Sport series (specifically the Skyline Sport and Classic Sport). The 3007 is a Chinese fountain pen that sells for about $3. It has a steel nib, includes a converter, and accepts both Hero and Parker cartridges.
The Wing Sung 3007 has a clear feed as many of the Wing Sung pens do, and some interesting flourishes, like a finial.
The name of the pen can cause a lot of confusion because it’s officially the Wing Sung 3007 but on the body of the pen the name “Wing’s 3007” is printed in a cursive font.
Wing Sung 3007 vs Kaweco Sport
The 3007 is quite similar to the Kaweco Sport, but it’s actually a slight bit longer — about 5 mm in total length when closed and also 5 mm longer when posted. The 3007 has a snap cap where the Sport has a screw on cap, which is generally preferred in the fountain pen world. The finial is plastic, not metal as it is on the Kaweco.
While the Kaweco Sport is a popular pen for converting into an eyedropper, that is not possible with the Wing Sung due to a hole at the top.
Wing Sung 3007 Fountain Pen Information
|Street Price||Check Price|
|Pen Type||Fountain Pen | Cartridge/Converter|
|Barrel Color||Pink, Champagne, Blue, Gray|
|Grip Color||Pink, Champagne, Blue, Gray|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Length Capped / Retracted (cm)|