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Investigator pens--copper!
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A few years ago I got a Hinderer investigator pen. I had almost bought copper but decided on the stainless steel instead. I adored the copper though, especially the shiny, non-patina version.

Shortly after that they discontinued the copper! I watch EBay and things but everybody keeps theirs. :-)

I emailed the company this week and they informed me they are working on bringing back copper in about two weeks, both shiny and patina! Yeah! I don't have $75 to buy a pen, but I think I'm gonna scrape it together anyway.

I almost lost my stainless one this week when my boss borrowed it.....
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They seem to be out of stock of everything except the titanium ones.
I spend a lot of money on things my wife doesn't understand but I think a $200 pen would have me sleeping in the garage. Yes, garage because at that point the couch would be too good for me.
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P89;174100 Wrote:They seem to be out of stock of everything except the titanium ones.
I spend a lot of money on things my wife doesn't understand but I think a $200 pen would have me sleeping in the garage. Yes, garage because at that point the couch would be too good for me.

No I won't be getting the titanium one. Lol. I really shouldn't get the copper one....but...but...but....
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Pens "grow" legs where I work. Cheap pens are the only thing I'll buy as a result.
sgtsandman, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Nov 2014.
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RugerGirl;174101 Wrote:No I won't be getting the titanium one. Lol. I really shouldn't get the copper one....but...but...but....

Have you considered selling the SS one to put towards the cost of the copper one?
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gnbrotz;174110 Wrote:
RugerGirl;174101 Wrote:No I won't be getting the titanium one. Lol. I really shouldn't get the copper one....but...but...but....

Have you considered selling the SS one to put towards the cost of the copper one?

Except I like that one too. Lol. I even put glow in the dark O-rings on it.....
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sgtsandman;174107 Wrote:Pens "grow" legs where I work. Cheap pens are the only thing I'll buy as a result.

Yup! When I was still working, many of us used to carry expensive pens. Then one day I had occasion to open the top desk drawer of one of the office's most, 'hot looking chicks'. There to my surprise were a dozen, or so, really expensive pens!

When I asked the cutie what she was doing with so many, 'executive writing instruments' she replied, 'I don't know?' 'They just keep coming back with me from different lawyer's offices and closings.'

(She told me, in effect, that she'd been boosting them! You know, kind 'a like a packrat will run off with shiny objects.)


NOTE: Then, a couple of months later I caught her signing a contract with my expensive pen and, afterward, immediately dropping it into her attaché case. Naturally, of course, I protested! Big Grin
L'enfer c’est les autres, et les choses terribles qu'ils font!'  -  Jean-Paul Sartre  
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Stinger;174152 Wrote:
sgtsandman;174107 Wrote:Pens "grow" legs where I work. Cheap pens are the only thing I'll buy as a result.

Yup! When I was still working, many of us used to carry expensive pens. Then one day I had occasion to open the top desk drawer of one of the office's most, 'hot looking chicks'. There to my surprise were a dozen, or so, really expensive pens!

When I asked the cutie what she was doing with so many, 'executive writing instruments' she replied, 'I don't know?' 'They just keep coming back with me from different lawyer's offices and closings.'

(She told me, in effect, that she'd been boosting them! You know, kind 'a like a packrat will run off with shiny objects.)


NOTE: Then, a couple of months later I caught her signing a contract with my expensive pen and, afterward, immediately dropping it into her attaché case. Naturally, of course, I protested! Big Grin

My favorite pen is a Bic Round Stick. Granted, it's not a "tactical" or "self defense" pen, but they are readily available for about 10¢ each. They write smoothly and reliably, and if someone "mistakes it for their own" I have another one handy, (I buy them by the dozen).
I ran a flatbed plotter for several years and it used the Fisher Space Pen refills, they are nice, but just one refill costs more than I want to pay for a 10 or twelve pack of pens.

I keep my feet planted firmly on terra firma so boarding an airplane isn't a concern for me. I also do my best to avoid courthouse type situations and my youngest son graduated from high school 5 years ago so I no longer have to deal with schools.

They are nice looking pens though.
There are three types of people in the world:
Those who make things happen,
Those who watch things happen,
And those who wonder what happened.
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#9
I'll take my Pilot G2 .7mm pens, thank you.
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I was so bad. So bad that I told myself I don't get to buy ANY more shoes for the rest of the year. No new flip flops. Nothing.

I ordered the stupid copper pen.

Blush

Hey, at least these pens hold their value......
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