Titanium + Pen + Stylus = I Want

Chadwick Parker and Joe Huang’s Solid Titanium Pen + Stylus Kickstarter project has 6 days of funding left. They aren’t worried though, because they have bypassed their $50,000 goal to over $254,000.  What’s so exciting about this pen? Other than the fact that it’s available in 3 finishes and made of solid TA4 Grade 4 titanium from clip to tip, it’s compatible with over 30 different pen refills. Got a favorite? It’s probably compatible with it. It even features a replaceable capacitive stylus tip. Want one? Then you better hurry. You have 6 days left to pledge $65. That will get you one pen, shipped free world wide. You even get to choose the color.

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7 comments… add one
  • Andy Jacobs August 8, 2012, 8:36 am

    I’ve been watching this project since almost day 1. I really want one, but can’t justify the cost… 🙁

  • Bruce Kenmir August 8, 2012, 12:55 pm

    I pledged for 1 pen, but I did not see where to pick which one. If possible, send the chrome one. I placed order through Amazon.
    Bruce Kenmir

  • Chadwick & Joe August 8, 2012, 1:07 pm

    We will collect all the details by sending out a survey once we get closer to shipping them out to everyone. Thanks!
    -Chadwick & Joe

  • Andy Jacobs August 9, 2012, 2:29 pm

    @Julie – So which one are you ordering? Black, matte, or polished?

    • Julie August 9, 2012, 2:31 pm

      Polished would be my first choice, with matte as a runner up. Or maybe a combo of the two 🙂

  • Fisher Fan August 19, 2012, 1:49 pm

    I’m very narrow-minded: No Space Pen refill, no deal for me.

  • Andy Jacobs August 21, 2012, 3:50 pm

    @Fisher Fan – I have two Fisher Space Pens (chrome and matte black) and I love the small size and feel of them. But I don’t see what everyone seems to like about the ink cartridge. The ink is blotchy and does not dispense smoothly, especially when first placing it on the page to write. I’ve read that this is because of the pressurized design–the ink had to be made thicker in order to prevent leakage–but I’ve not verified this. I’ve also read that the fine point cartridges are not as bad as the medium, but I’ve yet to try a Fine.

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