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Brink Metal Tool Pen is the Geeks Sword

by Shane McGlaun
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It never fails that I can buy a box of 100 pens and three days later when I need one I can’t find any. I think I might work harder to keep up with a pen this cool and geeky. This thing is simply called the “Metal Pen with Level and Screwdriver”, and it’s made by Brink.

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The name really gives away what this thing is all about. It’s a pen with ink and all, it has a inch and metric ruler markings on the side and a bubble level recessed inside as well. Under the lid, it has a small flat tip and Philips screwdriver for taking stuff apart and trying to put it back together. It’s also conveniently hex-shaped so it won’t roll off your desk.

The cool part is that it’s cheap at $14.95 each. If you have a geek on your graduation gift list to shop for, I would go with this pen since it won’t break the bank and it is really cool too. You can grab one over at the Neatoshop. They’re currently out of stock, so you might be able to find one over on Amazon too.

[via Neatorama]




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