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…SureFire makes killer pens?

SureFire Pen II

SureFire is a company that’s known for making blindingly bright flashlights, but they also make a line of equally tough pens to survive even the most destructive of disasters.

The SureFire Pen II features a rugged hard-annodized aerospace-grade aluminum body, easyFLOW ink cartridges and a ‘virtually indestructible’ pocket clip.

Plus, you can kill a bear with it if you really need to.

[SureFire – Pen II]

…The KZ Xtreme Defense Pen is a killer?

KZ Xtreme Defense Pen

Any pen can write, and some pens can also serve stylus duty, but only the KZ Xtreme Defense Pen can write, serve stylus duty, and kill a man.

That’s because the KZ Xtreme Defense Pen is designed to serve as a defense tool in times of need, with a CNC Machined, Type II Class 3 Hard Anodized, 6061 Aircraft Grade Aluminum body and a threaded cap and slip free, knurled center that ensure you can get the job done when your pen needs to do a little more than just jot down a list of groceries that you need to pick up at the store.

Sure, you’ll probably never need to use the pen for actual self-defense, but wouldn’t it be nice to know that you could if you needed to?

[KZ Xtreme Defense Pen]

[Via: Boing Boing]

…The Pocket Shark will kill you?

Pocket Shark

The Pocket Shark is as much a self-defense weapon as it is a pen!

Designed to be “the biggest, baddest permanent marker around”, it’s made from glass-reinforced plastic, and features walls that are four times thicker than similar markers.

What this means is that it’s designed for impact, and in an emergency can become an efficient Yawara stick for driving off an attacker. Plus, the screw-top cap won’t pop off like other caps in the heat of battle.

It’s definitely more than just a regular pen, but then again, who wants just a regular pen anyways?

[Pocket Shark]

[Via: Gizmodo]

…The Free Ride is a pen from the future?

Free Ride

If the ballpoint Bic isn’t your cup o’ tea, then check out the Free Ride pen by Jean-Pierre Lepine.

Designed to be “a blend of the ergonomic, the comfortable and the beautiful”, it’s as much of a sculpture as it is a pen.

Don’t get your hopes up too much though, because despite how much this pen costs, it still can’t cure your chicken scratch handwriting.

Free Ride Colors

[Jean-Pierre Lepine – Free Ride]

[Via: Luxist]

…You can Suck My Bic?

Suck My Bic

Suck My Bic is a questionably named concept from Clement Eloy that might be just the thing you pen nibblers have been looking for. The candy caps would come in five flavors, and are definitely a step above ink on your face.

[Clement Eloy]

[Via: Yumsugar]