Best pocket pen
Posted 22 November 2015 - 02:06 PM
I currently use a Seltzer Goods 7 year pen (has an ink reservoir that lasts seven years if you write a foot of it a day). It's a comfortable pen and it's a twisty one, and it's good for writing a lot. The only thing is that I've had this for years, and the ink is still smooth as day, but the threads on the pen nib are starting to wear out. I ended up sticking a little teflon tape into the threads, and it's better now. (Plastic meets metal pen nib, of course the plastic is going to wear out a little.) However, it lives in my purse pocket.
I may switch to the modified Zebra F-701 with the clicky part from a F-402. Basically, you frankenstein two pens together to make it into an "all metal" version. And it can be modified to take a Fisher Space Pen refill.
Posted 31 December 2015 - 11:31 AM
I carry a cheap pen in my pocket and a small (about the size of a Crayola crayon) cap pen as a back up. Picked it up as a sample at some trade show years ago. Any one know of a cheaper small non-tactical looking tactical pen? That sounds like to ask for but I'd like something more durable than the cheap pen.
Posted 01 January 2016 - 10:18 AM
Böker Plus Tactical Pen K.I.D. cal .50. Overall length: 4 3/8", weight: 1.4 oz.
Fisher space pen cartridges fits. I love the open/close mechanism ... click, clack, click, clack ...
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Posted 26 February 2017 - 03:19 PM
I have two versions of the Fisher Space bullet pens (which are awesome), but have been using the Gerber Impromptu every day. I like that it's a robust, solid piece of stainless steel, but has a common clicker pen function without looking too tacti-cool.
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