Interno Italiano’s Neri are minimalist pens and mechanical pencils. Instead of having caps and the usual refilling system, they simply have a brass thumbscrew, akin to that used in technical compasses, to hold the ink cartridge or adjust the pencil lead.
A pencil that uses 2mm lead refills, except it has no moving parts. Instead, Penxo’s aluminum body simply grips the lead. Push your thumb into its gap to adjust, insert or remove the lead.
Pinocchio, the little wooden boy with truth issues turns your pencil into a lie-detecting proboscis as he sharpens it to a fine point. Makes less sense without a pencil shoved into it, though.
C.H. Hanson’s Finish Carpenter Kit includes a real man’s sharpener – it fits in any drill and 1/4″ shank quick-change systems for fast and consistent sharpening. Also comes with 4 pencils.
Those little reminders you write to pick up toilet paper for yourself just got a little more classy, thanks to the gilded frame that comes with these sticky Masterpiece Notes.
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