Tuff Writer Mini-Click

Oct 19, 2015

Category: Gear

It’s tough to find a reliable EDC pen that not only feels great to hold, but can also stand the tests of time and heavy use. But what if a company designed an amazing pen that embodies great engineering and design? Meet the Tuff Writer Mini-Click, a pen so ridiculously over-engineered that you’ll never want to stop writing.

It’s an aluminum clicky pen with a body made entirely out of 6061-T6 aluminum. It’s extremely lightweight but well balanced, and it’s incredibly durable. The pen uses a brand new Swiss-machined advancing mechanism with a chrome steel ball bearing cam design for smooth operation. It uses refill cartridges from today’s leading pen brands, including Fisher, Foray, Parker, Waterman and others. Its polished look gives it a clean and elegant design. Write on. [Purchase]

Tuff Writer Mini-Click 2

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