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Totem Pens Solve Meeting Boredom With Whimsical Tops

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Meetings and conference call generally suck. In between connection issues, dogs barking and the dreaded screen-share, we need something to do to prevent ourselves from being the guy that leaves early to go to the bar get on another call. The simplest solution has always been doodling with a pen, which the milled aluminum 6061 Totem Pen takes care of, but that’s not even the best part of the pen. When you disconnect the cap of the pen it also doubles as one of three distinct tops. The Totem will be most familiar because it’s designed similar to the one from that movie with all the dreams. The Tippe is based on a Danish design from the 1950s. The Teetotum is based on ancient Roman design and combines a die and a top (helpful for quick decisions). Each of the three options houses a Pilot G2 refill and will provide hours of conference call amusement.

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Every tactical gear manufacturer offers something in the way of a tactical pen, but they’re not all as robust as the TriTac from StatGear. It’s engineered from aircraft grade aluminum with an ergonomic grip and bolt action pen lever, and the included Fisher Space Pen ink can write in all types of conditions, from a light drizzle to a stint in space. Obviously, no tactical pen is complete without a carbide window punch, but the TriTac goes above and beyond, adding a 440C stainless steel, razor sharp blade.

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