ZeroHour Apex Tactical Pen

Jun 17, 2016

Category: Gear

Despite our 24-hour addiction to smartphones these days, it’s still never a bad idea to continue carrying around a pen of some sort, especially when that pen functions as a glass breaker, a self-defense mechanism, and can write underwater. This is the APEX Tactical Pen from ZeroHour.

Along with these perks, each pen is made from either polished Grade 5 titanium or 6061 Aircraft Aluminum. The glass breaking and self-defense tip is made from tungsten steel and the ink cartridge is from Fisher Space Pen which allows this tactical pen to function in even the most extreme conditions. The body length of the Apex also measures out at 4.7-inches, making it one of the shortest tactical pens on the market today. They’re from the same brand that brought us the ZeroHour flashlight projects that took off with wild success, and we expect this piece of EDC gear to follow suit. Reservations start at $35 and estimated delivery is slated for August. [Purchase]

ZeroHour Apex Tactical Pen 1

ZeroHour Apex Tactical Pen 4

ZeroHour Apex Tactical Pen 3

More From Gear

Take A More Ethical Approach To Your Big Day With Couple's Lab-Grown Diamonds

Atomically-identical and customizable alternatives to the traditional gemstones.

Posted By Chris West

Partner

Stash Small Items Securely With Dango's Waterproof EDC Capsule Collection

A handy and durable array of discreet storage solutions for everyday use.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Featured Image

Nike’s Mercurial Dream Speed 2 Was Built For Soccer’s Most Agile Players

Worn by Sam Kerr, Kylian Mbappé, and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Posted By

Feb 21, 2020

Featured Image

Dango’s EDC Capsules Are The Perfect Quick & Secure On-The-Go Stash

Small, discreet, waterproof storage to add to any loadout.

Posted By

Feb 21, 2020

Featured Image

Icon Revolutionizes The Textile Moto Jacket With The Cordura-Clad Upstate

Made from highly abrasion-resistant yet breathable Iron Weave Mesh.

Posted By

Feb 20, 2020

Featured Image

Prep For ‘Halo Infinite’ With NERF’s Master Chief-Approved Blasters

A trio of iconic video game weapons turned into foam dart firearms.

Posted By

Feb 20, 2020