Grip diameter: 8.5-9.5mm
Weight: 40g (without ink with converter)
Nib: Titanium Bock
Possibility to use an ink converter (included) or ink cartridges.
For several years I have been gathering knowledge, tools and materials, finally an idea arose in my head and I decided to implement it.
So I decided to make pens and include them in my offer.
Material - titanium of course, length 145 mm, outside diameter 12 mm, grip diameter 9.5 - 8.5 m.
Bock 076 nib, yellow and white is steel, blue - titanium
Inside there is an ink converter with a plunger that can be changed to cartridges.
Now I would like to introduce you to my philosophy a bit.
When designing my items, I try to follow ergonomics and I try to place elements such as threads in places that will not interfere with work.
My practice shows that the thread of the cap should be in the "eye of the hand" between the fingers and the back of the hand. I know that many pen manufacturers make the threads close to or even on the grip part, I know that it is easier - to make a shorter cap, but is it better? in my opinion no. If I'm wrong, straighten me. The thread in the "eye of the hand" was my assumption.
From this assumption was born the concept of symmetry of the pen, after twisting the cap and the "back" they are symmetrical.
The shape refers to the old design of Mbullet (which, by the way, I will reactivate soon), i.e. the double bullet
This is how a simple, symmetrical form was created, in which, for ease of use (as it sounds - to facilitate the use of the pen), I marked the cap with a discreet logo.
Simple form, but after removing the cap, a classic grip appears with a beautiful nib, which can be additionally titanium and anodized to the selected color.
My name is Marcin Wójcik I come from Poland and I live in Olsztyn.
If you are on my site, it means that you are keen on knife’s topics and you are looking for individual solutions.
In my spare time besides knives I am designing and making pens and useful gadgets.
There is always something that needs to be improved.
My experience in custimization which has been the result of many years passion for improvement, making things unique and finally creating them from basic.
I'm working on titanium (which I like working on the most) and I often combine it with different materials I often mix it to receive an unique effect.
I know that quality and precision are appreciated by users, so each of my items I devote adequate time to refine it us the quest for perfection.
I am constantly developing my workshop that the stuff which I make is even much better.
My goal is to make perfect things :)