Schrade Tactical Survival Pen

Feb 29, 2016

Category: Gear

If you’re in the market for a pen with benefits, look no further than the Schrade Tactical Survival Pen. Whether you’re signing your tab to striking fire, this tactical pen is an EDC essential for any gear enthusiast, offering several essential features that can get you out of a jam without looking like a Boy Scouts of America multi-tool.

Each pen comes equipped with a whistle you can access by removing the screw-sight cap, while unscrewing the other end unleashes a Ferro rod and striker for starting a fire. Also, the pen’s solid aluminum construction allows you to break glass on the fly. And don’t forget its everyday uses either. The ballpoint pen accepts Schmidt P900M refills for everyday use, and a pocket-friendly cap keeps it at the ready wherever you go. So if you’re into functionality with James Bond-esque features, be sure to add this pen to your EDC collection. Prices start at $25. [Purchase]

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