Inkless pen, writes in silver - pocket size

Before the invention of the pencil, medieval scholars would use silver to draw fine lines. This has now been recreated into a modern form. A pen that has no ink and which has a tip made of a silver alloy. No ink smudges, never runs out and writes in all conditions. It should be pointed out that the writing is not a high contrast, can't be rubbed out and it only writes on paper.

  • Silver alloy tip
  • No ink
  • Writes in all conditions. Wet, dry, upsidedown, hot or cold.
  • The maker claims it never runs out
  • Stainless steel housing with screw top
  • 10mm in diameter, 82mm long
  • Comes in aluminium box

Price: £19.99 in

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