- Touch Pen Pale Pink€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Pink Purple€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Burgundy€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Red€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Yellow€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Light Green€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Turquoise Green€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Pale Blue€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Black€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Blue Violet€ 4,00
- Touch Pen Orange€ 4,00
- Sign Pen Black
OUT OF STOCK
- Touch Pen Light Blue
OUT OF STOCK
Founded in 1946 in Tokyo, Japan, the company was originally called Japan Stationery Limited and produced crayons & pastels. In 1960, the company launched the Pentel Pencil, the world’s first mechanical pencil with a push button for advancing the lead.
The name Pentel is a combination of the words pen and tell.
In 1963 they launched the first felt tip pen, the iconic 'Sign Pen' we still use and love today.
Have you ever heard the urban legend of NASA spending millions on developing a pen that would write in outer space, where the Russians just used a pencil?
Well; Pentel's Sign Pen became the official writing instrument of NASA.
With much of today’s writing instrument technology coming from their research and development, Pentel is truely one of the great innovators in the game and we are happy to stock selection of personal favorites here at Misc. Store.
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Misc Store supports
climate change solutions
& plants a tree for every order
Importing from countries as far as Japan & shipping worldwide has more of an impact than we would like.
That is why we plant a tree for every order + we plant an additional 2 trees each day.
Furthermore, we offset the individual carbon footprint of our staff, including travel per individual under 8,000 km by car or 2 short-haul return flights annually, by funding climate change solutions through Ecologi.
Investing in projects focused on carbon avoidance is not the same as simply buying carbon offset certificates, that is why we have chosen to work with Ecologi.
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Climate projects supported by Misc Store
Using waste biomass to produce electricity in Chile