SNAP! Pen

It’s interesting that a commonplace item like the pen can really tell a lot about a person, because as I’m sure you know, people can be very particular about their pens. Focusing on this idea, the Turtle SNAPback series of work and play pens incorporates both sophistication and fun into an innovative design sure to have its fair share of devotees. The casings, which are finished in either refined steel or vibrant plastic, are pulled rather than pushed to let it “snap back” and expose the nib. Get your Turtle here!

Designer: Turtle

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12 Comments

  • Alfred says:

    Hey there
    just bought this pen, and it is obviously overly positive judged . First impression of the pen, it looks cheap. The mechanism for opening the pen, is loose and rather difficult to use. The black coating partly came of after a few days using the pen.
    For the money they ask, you can spent it on better pens.

  • Alfred says:

    Hey there
    just bought this pen, and it is obviously overly positive judged . First impression of the pen, it looks cheap. The mechanism for opening the pen, is loose and rather difficult to use. The black coating partly came of after a few days using the pen.
    For the money they ask, you can spent it on better pens.

  • Shane says:

    I also picked up one of these after another blog post about it and actually liked it – new twist on an old product.

  • Shane says:

    I also picked up one of these after another blog post about it and actually liked it – new twist on an old product.

  • white says:

    very clever,we really need something like this to make or life better,when the world is a shitty place today….making fancy pens is what we need:O

  • white says:

    very clever,we really need something like this to make or life better,when the world is a shitty place today….making fancy pens is what we need:O

  • Jimmy C says:

    very clever. interested in getting one.

  • danolken says:

    hard to click with one hand much?

  • danolken says:

    hard to click with one hand much?

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