Ti Pocket Pro EDC Pen

Apr 5, 2017

Category: Gear

We love EDC pens and we truly believe that everyone should carry one around with them at all times. That being said, most of them do have their downsides. Typically that downside is that too many everyday carry writing utensils only accept specific refill types or require modification for alternative refills. Well, the guys at Big Idea Design have tackled that problem with their latest release, the Ti Pocket Pro.

This beautiful pen accepts over 80 different types of refills – from standard rollerball to specialty shapes and sizes like the ones offered by Parker or Fisher Space Pen – without mods, hacks, or frustrations. This feat was achieved thanks to the brand’s clever patent-pending design which allows the pen to change shape to suit whichever refill you are putting inside it and accommodate any tip size without excess play via an auto-adjusting collet. And since it’s made from super tough and durable titanium, it can handle whatever punishment you could throw at it in your day-to-day activities – and probably more. Back this project on Kickstarter starting at just $59. [Purchase]

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