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The Most Minimalistic Pen by Verge

Editor's Rating
4.7/5?
Discovered on 2016-03-15

Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. The pen – was reinvented. It is so simple, that it only consists of two parts. A subtle teardrop shape, gives it a great balance to write with comfort and steadiness. The pen is made from aluminum, known for its durability and lightness. Precision machinery and skillful workers needed to shape its flowing curves. We’ve designed a remarkable rotational mechanism, where one smooth twist, is all that’s required to begin writing. You’ll love it. Not only the pen looks good, it writes even better. We are using an innovative system for smooth and elegant writing. It combines the convenience of a ballpoint pen with the individual writing characteristics of a fountain pen. This pen was designed for thinkers, solvers, and creators – for those, who are changing this world. This pen was designed for you!

Overview
Overview & Specs
Specifications :
Minimalistic design, Perfect balance, Ergonomic design, Anodized aircraft aluminum, CNC-machined, Wooden pen stand, Schmidt P8126 capless roller ball pen refill (0, 6 mm), Comparable with any Parker style G2 refills
Dimensions :
Length 136 mm, Diameter at widest point - 11mm, at narrowest – 9mm
Weight :
28 grams
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