Carry around a discreet writing instrument—the Vector Titanium Compact EDC Pen—which converts to full size when you need it to. Crafted by a group of aerospace engineers, fabricators, and pilots, this pen is made on the Central Coast of California. Composed of Grade 5 titanium and a self-lubricating bronze midsection, the pen pulls apart to store the tip within the cap. Choose between a version with an integrated pocket clip or a lanyard hole. It just depends on how you want to carry yours. And the company doesn’t use any O-rings in the Vector Titanium Pen as O-rings wear out over time. Pair it with Pilot G2 Mini ink cartridges, which are readily available, and enjoy a smooth ink flow as you write.
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