unless you have a pen that folds, we would imagine you will need something to carry them around, well, that is assuming you still depends on pen to jolt down notes or doodles. i still carry a pen, mainly for filling out lottery forms (don’t look at me that way, i need those money as much as you do) and
depending on how you carry your writing implements, portability could be a pointy issue, such as ink-stained pockets, pen breaking through pocket and unsightly protrusion while in the front pockets of you jeans that could also hinder freedom of movement like squatting. while solutions exist in the form of smaller pens, retractible item and such, they are mostly done at the expense of
the funny thing is, even though we have featured countless writing instruments here, not once have we seriously talked about the cases that protect them. though we did feature a handful of cases, not one of them is specifically design for your everyday pens. so naturally, we are pretty excited to see the Nock Co. Handmade Pen Cases on Kickstarter.
unless your smartphone or tablet can assist you to get out of trouble such as breaking a window during an emergency, or fight off an assailant, you are going to need a separate tool to do the job and since you probably will be carrying a pen, then why not grab one that smashes glass too? like the Gerber Impromptu Tactical Pen (#31-001880)?
believe it or not, some of us here still carries with us a notebook when we head out. yes. as strange as it may sound, it is hard to beat pen and paper when comes to jotting down notes, doodling and the likes, and it is the best way to give away your numbers to
there are a lot of objects in life we yearned to be lighter, but not in the case of a pen. seriously, have you actually used a pen that’s virtually weightless? you can’t really get a kick out of writing with it, doesn’t it? well, if that’s case, you might need something that weighs as much as a roll of dimes and the The Embassy Tactical Pen is not only
if you think a bolt action pen like the one Boker offered is a little on the “delicate” side, then Fellhoelter might just have the bolt action pen you are looking for. meet the TiBolt Titanium Bolt Action Pen by Fellhoelter. not only does it feature a unique pen mechanism as designed by Brain Fellhoelter, a toolmaker from Arizona who happens
for every common objects, there are the opulent equivalents and the Porsche Design P’3135 Titanium Fountain Pen you see here is one such example of opulence (though, not the most expensive we have seen). costing a cool €795 or about US$1,050, this lustrous fountain pen is milled from a single piece solid titanium
despite having a do-it-all smartphone, sometime we do feel the need to handle a real-deal calculator. you know, for convenience sake and yes, you are damn right that we do find turning on the phone and launching the app a hassle as compared to pulling the drawer and grabbing the calculator.
need something to solid to put down your ideas? then you could use a little help from this Concrete Rollerball Pen by 22 Design Studio. Concrete Rollerball Pen is what the name says it is: a rollerball pen that has a body cast in concrete – the very same material that you are probably surrounded by at this present moment