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Ti2 TechLiner Titanium Pen

On the surface, the Ti2 Techliner Pen is just an updated version of the Ti2 Pen that was so hugely successful on Kickstarter. First, that's not necessarily a bad thing if the new features warrant shelling out for another pen. Second, they are. The TechLiner has a machined tacticle grip surface where you hold it for ... continue reading
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Ti POST Pen + Stylus Is Handheld Titanium Bliss

We've said it before, and we'll say it again--the guys at BIGiDESIGN know pens. They're better at launching, and delivering, Kickstarter pens than anyone else, and they're back with a slightly new version of the Solid Titanium Pen + Stylus. What's new in this model? Most importantly, everything but the spring (internal ... continue reading
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The World’s First Smart Ceiling Fan – Haiku with SenseME Technology SPONSORED

Haiku® with SenseME™ is the world's first smart ceiling fan, and using it will actually save you money. Each is made in the USA and comes with an onboard computer to monitor room conditions and adjust the fan's speed automatically to keep you comfortable. It'll also help you save up to 30% on air conditioning in the summer and 25% on heating costs in the winter. Each Haiku is tested in a state-of-the-art sound chamber to ensure it's completely silent. You can even control it through a smartphone app. It's time for a smarter ceiling fan; it's time for Haiku with SenseME. ... check it out
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Hex-o-Matic Pen & Pencil SHOP

Both the Hex-o-matic Pencil and the Hex-o-matic Pen are reminiscent of the kinds of writing instruments your dad would keep in his shirt pocket back in the day. Slick but substantial. The rounded grip texture on each allows you to write comfortably while the upper barrel provides sharp lines to your new go-to writing ... continue reading
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Ink Machined Pen

You could go through life treating the words you put on paper like the cheap, disposable pens you used to write them with, or you could pay them the decency of an heirloom quality writing device. The latest machined pen from Karas Kustoms is, Ink, a fountain or rollerball pen made right in the USA that will last you ... continue reading
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Never Lose Your Pen Cap With The PuterPen

We don't know who the stealth thief is who always steals our pen caps, perhaps the same dude who keeps removing one of our socks from the dryer, but we do know he's killing us. The PuterPen was designed to eliminate the annoyance of misplaced caps. Available in titanium or aluminum and stainless steel, The PuterPen ... continue reading
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The Move Mini Bolt-Action Pen

Kickstarter pens and an EDC load out go together like peanut butter and jelly around these parts. Actually, we go one step further than that. No EDC kit is complete without a quality pen. A lot of the really good options you have for writing instruments these days are based on, or started as, pens from Kickstarter. ... continue reading
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Apollo Technical Pen and Drafting Scale

Do we need another pen from Kickstarter? Probably not. Did we back the Apollo Technical Pen and Tri-Scale anyway? Of course. Why? We have a problem with gorgeous writing instruments. The Apollo has a lot in common with the first Kickstarter pen because of the pen/ruler combo, refills and materials, but it approaches ... continue reading
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Compact Bolt Action Pen

If you’re looking for an everyday carry pen that’s both rugged and sleek, look no further than this Compact Bolt Action Pen from Boker. The machined aluminum pen is a travel-friendly version of the popular tactical pen the company makes. Ideal for use with your pocket notebook, the Boker Compact Bolt Action Pen ... continue reading
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Nock Co. Pen Cases

With the amount of Kickstarter pens we've purchased and written about, it's amazing no one has released a serious pen case through the popular crowdfunding site before now. If we could pick a dream team of guys to design a pen case we'd want to buy, it'd be the two guys behind the Nock Co. Pen Cases: Brad from The ... continue reading
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Gerber Impromptu Tactical Pen

It could be the fact that we all have so many of them of them, but we seem to demand more and more from our tools on a daily basis. That applies to pens, too. We like the simplicity of only having a cool ink deployment system and clean lines, but the Gerber Impromptu Tactical Pen is just so manly we can't but love ... continue reading
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EDC Pen

Spend enough time using anything and you're bound to come up with some little improvements and tweaks the original creator didn't think of. When independent designers are pumping out pens on Kicstarter at the frenetic pace they are, it becomes even more relevant. This is especially true because when you come up with ... continue reading
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Muji Compact Aluminum Pens

Muji makes just about everything, and they do a damn fine job with every single piece. It should come as no surprise to you that the pen obsessed Editors at Cool Material are most excited right now about their new line of Compact Aluminum Pens. Each one of the available options (fountain, ballpoint and mechanical pencil) ... continue reading
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Triumvir Tri-Color Pen

We already have plenty of pens from Kickstarter. They run the gamut in materials, operating mechanisms, colors and cost. We're buying the Triumvir anyways because a) we have to collect them all, and b) we don't have a tri-color pen from Kickstarter. It's actually kind of baffling to us that it took someone this long ... continue reading
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Pens of Kickstarter

Thanks to Kickstarter, putting pen to paper is hardly a thing of the past. In all fairness it never really went away, but Kickstarter helped put lots of cool options in our hands, bags and desk drawers. They all have a few things in common: they’re better than anything you’d find in a big box store; they’re pricier than a crate of BICs and they’re generally made out of a durable material like aluminum or brass. Here are some of our ... ... continue reading
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