CW&T's

Pen Type-A

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Precision, pneumatics and engineering are at the heart and soul of this stainless steel writing utensil. That's right. It's more than simply a pen.

A family-run machine shop in Vermont manufactures the weighty steel body that contains the Hi-Tec-C ink [sold in America under the name G-Tec-C], a coveted writing cartridge which customarily comes in a cheapie plastic pen. This new durable sleeve provides a worthier. When not in use, the pen slips into a stainless steel sleeve, like a piston, creating a pneumatic seal that protecting its contents.

A rubber ring inside sleeve protects pen tip and prevents air from entering. Pulling pen out sleeve breaks the pneumatic seal, generating a fun "pop" sound. The sleeve also serves as sharp-edge ruler, with centimeters and inches marked on one side, and a handy edge for drawing.

To replace ink cartridge, simply unscrew back of the pen with a coin. As pen creator CW&T puts it, this pen is "over-engineered to crazy town to last several generations." And the geek within us is simply crazy for it!

Base price: $150.00
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Size:
Pen: 4.8" l x .4" dia [125 x 12mm]
Sleeve: 0.5" x 0.5" x 4.7" [1.2 x 1.2 x 12.0cm]
Details:
Includes Pilot Hi-Tec-C 0.3mm black ink refill
Accepts any Pilot Hi-Tec-C refills [sold in America under the name G-Tec-C]

Sleeve is laser etched with imperial and metric units.
Material: 304 Stainless steel
Packaging: Branded cylinder packaging
Shipping Info: This item normally ships in 48 hours