BigiDesign Ti Click EDC Pen

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If you've ever shopped around for a machined pen for EDC, you've probably noticed how most of them come in two sizes to accommodate different kinds of refills. It's an unfortunate tradeoff if you like the feel of the pen in hand, but don't like how it writes. BigiDesign's new Ti Click EDC pen is the exception: it's designed from the ground up to be the most refill-compatible clicky pen out there thanks to its expanding design. But it doesn't just shapeshift to fit your favorite refill, it's also packed with EDC-friendly features and unique parts that set it apart from the rest.

The Ti Click EDC achieves its multi-refill compatibility using one of BigiDesign's best innovations. The tip of the pen features an auto-adjusting collet that grabs onto refills the way the end of a power drill clamps around a bit. This feat of engineering secures the refill within the body so tightly it prevents any wiggle or play when you're writing for a smoother experience. The namesake titanium body also expands from a compact 4.64” to a comfortable and balanced 5.11” length depending on the refill you put inside. The shorter configuration accepts Parker-style ballpoint refills, while the longer accepts a standard rollerball or gel refill. In addition to the grip collet and expanding body, BigiDesign created their own super-smooth and nearly silent nock mechanism to extend to the refill. You’ll also find a sturdy titanium clip that sits deep in your pocket and some machined grooves around the grip section so you can get a better hold on the pen.

The new Ti Click EDC is available in machined raw, DLC-coated black, or stonewashed Grade-5 titanium. The folks at BigiDesign are no stranger to a Kickstarter launch, with over 20 successful projects and millions of dollars in backings over the past few years, so back with confidence. You can reserve one for yourself via the link below.

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