Pen Type-C is a flat, durable bookmark pen.
Perfect for everyday carry in a pocket or tucked in a notebook.
Precision machined to house a high quality cartridge that never dries or leaks.
Bent spring steel protects the tip when not in use. Flip it around to snap into writing position.
Thin enough to be a bookmark.
Pen Type-C is 3.5 mm thin. Save that page you are reading, or slip it into your sketchbook. It's also lightweight, so it won't weigh down your pocket.
An ink cartridge that never dries or leaks.
Pen Type-C is designed to fit the Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto ink cartridge. It comes in 15 colors and multiple thicknesses. These cartridges are designed for clicky pens, engineered to be exposed to air and not dry or leak.
To replace, use a new cartridge to snap the old one out. Insert the new cartridge’s tip, and press it into place.
Precision machined with quality and longevity in mind.
As with other CW&T products. Pen Type-C is machined out of high quality materials with longevity in mind. It's made of grade 5 titanium with a glass bead blast finish.
You know the drill. We don’t put our names on your stuff.
A detachable clip.
Pen Type-C comes with a durable, stainless steel clip. Keep it anchored to a book, pocket, shirt ... your socks?!
If you'd rather go clipless, you can remove the screws and the clip with a flathead screwdriver.
Available with a custom engraving.
Make yours a little extra with a laser etched mark. We do these in-house, so it will not delay your order.
Uber fast packing/response then next day out for shipment. Intentionally designed trim packaging for Pen Type-C on arrival. The personalized laser printing I requested on two Pen Type-Cs is perfect. I love the fact that Pent Type-C is a bit more "tiny" than I thought (even as I looked at many images before buying) and yet not so tiny as to "slip" out of my hand and/or be cramped/ineffective. I love that it's as flat as any pen could ever get for how I am using it - annotating books/journals/research. (I'm a Professor and bought one Pen Type-C for myself and the other as a gift for my current Graduate Assistant.) The only note I'd offer potential buyers should be obvious - and that would be that this pen is unlikely going to be the best pen for writing pages of handwritten notes - as it's tiny/flat/streamline perfection is not conducive to the "feel" of a "rounded" pen in the human palm/grip *IF* one were writing pages of handwritten text. Pen Type-B (or Pen Type-A) would better meet the need of a person looking for a pen to write pages of handwritten text. I have been "following" CW&T for years - and couldn't justify buying the previous pens (Pen Type-A or Pen Type-B) as I know/knew I'd likely lose those pens. My plan is that with Pen Type-C always safely squished between the pages of whatever book I'm reading "right now" - I will never lose my Pen Type-C. Though, if I do lose it, it might be returned as my full-name is etched on it and a student or colleague would most likely be the person to find it and return it. I can not imagine how any pen's design could be better for the person, like me, who needs a pen that will squish between the pages of a book for use as an annotation tool. *Superior design* for Pen Type-C as a book annotation tool! Pen Type-C, as a scribal tool, might "leave it's mark" in my library & research work - and thus in my life's work - more than anything I've ever owned.
Just My Type
Love the look of this pen (have already gotten compliments on it!). It writes easy, feels durable, and is easy to carry in my pocket notebook.
The only pen I actually use for annotations in books or study material I‘m already pondering about getting a second one (although having more than one pen of a similar kind just wouldn’t be properly used). I really like how it feels while writing. Although it‘s purpose has to shave off a few convenience points, one can feel how much effort went into the details and maximizing within the constraints. E.g. the blasted Surface results in a grippy feel, or the clip has a part lying flush to the body but which catches onto the paper in case it’s clipped onto a few sheets less than the front part of the clip was intended to be. Be careful though when flipping the steel thingy - I popped off the coletto‘s tip and all the ink bled out // a minor drawback to how much portability the design offers
Awesome Little Pen
It's become my go to writing utensil and definitely a point of conversation. Love the little thing.