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The Ti Pocket Pro Expands to Accept Over 80 Different Refills

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Big Idea Design continues their trend of innovation in the EDC pen game with the new Ti Pocket Pro pen. They’ve released quite a few fantastic pens over the years—many of which we still use on a regular basis—but nothing quite like this, because the Ti Pocket Pro pen expands to accept different cartridges. You can finally have a titanium EDC pen that accepts over 80 different refills of both the ballpoint and rollerball variety—without having to worry about gaps, hacks, modifications, spacers or tip-wiggle. The patent-pending design uses a telescoping mechanism that allows the pen to adjust to the size of the refill seamlessly and also accommodate the tip of your refill of choice with an auto-adjusting collet at the business end. Each pen is available in a stonewashed raw titanium or antique DLC (diamond like carbon) black finish and features a knurled grip and deep-carry pocket clip. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Parker, Kaweco, Pilot or Uniball guy, the Ti Pocket Pro is the pen you want for your preferred refill.

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The Ridge is a modern, slim, front pocket wallet, made to declutter the modern lifestyle. The main compartment is an expandable card holder, for any and all forms of plastic payment and identification. Attached to that is your choice of a money clip or cash strap for when old fashioned paper money is your best option. Being on the smaller, compact side means the Ridge doesn’t encourage the typical flotsam and jetsam acquisition of the traditional leather bi-fold, with its faded receipts and unnecessary cards. The Ridge re-evaluates your everyday carry and gets rid of the bulk.

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