Tactile Turn Mover & Shaker pens will make you feel like you’re in the fast lane

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The pen guy Will Hodges is back with his 3rd Kickstarter project. This time it’s for his newly designed pens, the Tactile Turn Mover & Shaker pens. You might recall my review last summer of Will’s EiMIM pens. Those were great quality machine turned pens made of anodized 7075 aluminum. His new pens have a similar look, but instead of using a magnetic cap to protect the tip, they have a click button. The magnetic cap was a cool feature, but click style pens are quicker and easier to use. Even nicer is the fact that the click mechanism is almost silent. If you’re a habitual pen clicker, your friends will thank you if you pledge for a Mover & Shaker pen 🙂 The Mover pen is 5.55″ long and comes with a Pilot G2 (0.38mm) refill, while the Shaker pen is 5.05″ long and comes with a Fisher Space Pen fine point refill. The pen can accommodate a large variety of other  refills though, so be sure to check out the links from the campaign page. The Kickstarter project ends on 2/14 and is close to reaching the funding goal of $40,000. A pledge of $45 reserves your choice of either a Mover or Shaker pen or $85 for both. Delivery is planned for March.

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  • pen10 October 28, 2016, 7:07 am

    I have a Shaker pens which is best for writing .

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