Tag Archives: pens

  • Xcissor Pen: “One Mighty Scissors Hidden in Your Sleek Pen”

    Xcissor Pen: “One Mighty Scissors Hidden in Your Sleek Pen”

    There are plenty of multitool pens out there – this is one of them (hey, I’m not in advertising here). It’s the Xcissor Pen, which introduces a pair of scissors into the pen’s usual duties of drawing and writing in ink. It’s presented as a solution to an everyday dilemma – it’s normal enough to […]

  • Flow: A “Sleek Minimalistic Fountain Pen”

    Flow: A “Sleek Minimalistic Fountain Pen”

    We’re living in a golden age of pens, particularly of the “sleek and minimalistic” varieties. But most of these often crowdfunded pens are not fountain pens, which is where Flow comes in to fill this gap. A Flow pen is equipped with a premium nib constructed from steel and aluminum, and available in three different […]

  • SOG Baton Pen-Shaped Multitools

    SOG Baton Pen-Shaped Multitools

    New from SOG is a line of four different pen-shaped multitools, each one designed for a specific range of associated purposes (and only one of which can actually be used as a pen). It’s the SOG Baton, and here’s how the four multitools shake out: Baton Q1 (pictured above): Ballpoint pen, bottle opener, flat screwdrivers, […]

  • TriTac EDC Pen: “It’s a Pen, It’s a Punch, It’s a Knife”

    TriTac EDC Pen: “It’s a Pen, It’s a Punch, It’s a Knife”

    Another entrant in the EDC pen wars has made its way into the fray. This one might not dazzle you with the quantity of its multiple functions, but it does provide three heavy-duty ones within its own sleek, lightweight frame. It’s the TriTac EDC Pen. The TriTac EDC Pen isn’t just useful for signing documents […]

  • Astrograph Pen From MB&F and Caran d’Ache

    Astrograph Pen From MB&F and Caran d’Ache

    With how turbulent and scary the world has gotten as of late, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that a new strain of space fever hasn’t been long to follow. One new piece of that zeitgeist puzzle is the Astrograph, a new luxury pen from watch brand MB&F and the pen-maker Caran d’Ache. In case […]

  • Twisted Sharpies From Greg’s Garage

    Twisted Sharpies From Greg’s Garage

    The Sharpie is a pretty visually iconic writing implement, immediately identifiable and recognizable to people all over the world. But maybe you don’t want an icon in your pocket, preferring to make your mark with something a little more idiosyncratic, but that still retains the reliable functionality of the Sharpie brand. For you, there are […]

  • Ti Arto: Pen Works With More Than 200 Kinds of Refills

    Ti Arto: Pen Works With More Than 200 Kinds of Refills

    If you’re serious about your pen usage, it may have occurred to you that a pen that can accept a plethora of different types of refills would be a useful one to you. And if you’ve dabbled in the field of multi-refill pens in the past, you may have found yourself frustrated by the phenomenon […]

  • ZeroHour Apex Tactical Pen With Tungsten Tip

    ZeroHour Apex Tactical Pen With Tungsten Tip

    A “tactical pen” kind of sounds like a pen you might use in combat situations, but the people at ZeroHour probably don’t intend for their ZeroHour Apex tactical pen to be jammed through any lower-jaws—except in cases of absolute self-defense, of course. Instead, the ZeroHour Apex is a pen outfitted with enough functions to make […]

  • Montblanc Patron of Art Edition Peggy Guggenheim Pen

    Montblanc Patron of Art Edition Peggy Guggenheim Pen

    Upscale pen brand Montblanc has an edition of writing implements known as the “Patron of Art” collection, and each pen that makes up part of the collection is named for a famous patron of the arts – like, for instance, the Montblanc Patron of Art Edition Peggy Guggenheim pen. As an art exhibitor in the early […]