The pen, for the most part is mightier than the sword… but let’s say qualities from the age-old adage took physical shape and presented itself in the form of a writing utensil — this would be that pen. Tuff-Writer offers its Frontline Series of pens that are arguably one of the toughest pens on the market today. The Frontline pen is able to write in temperatures of -30 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit and at altitudes upwards of 12,500 feet, thanks to its thixotropic ink that is hermetically sealed and pressurized at almost 35 PSI. Lasting three times longer than an average pen, Tuff-Writer gives its product an estimated shelf life of 100 years. What’s also unique about this pen is that it doubles as a defensive tool or control device, perfect for close-quarter situations. Milled with a tactical grip, and both a sharp and rounded end, the pen can be used to inflict damage or be used as a PDA stylus. Retailing for $95.95 USD, the Frontline Pen can be purchased now at the Tuff-Writer online store.
Source: Gear Patrol