Inkless Pen Never Needs To Be Replaced

Inkless Pen Never Needs To Be Replaced
Design & Architecture

German engineering brings back a long-forgotten and more sustainable method for making writing implements.

Ross Brooks
  • 21 june 2013

The Beta Inkless Pen is a revolutionary new example of German precision engineering, this particular pen does away with the need for ink completely and is a shining example of function and form.

Instead of having to sharpen your pencil all the time, or refill your pen with ink, and or discard it for a new one – all of which have negative connotations for the environment – the inkless pen provides an eco-friendly option. Bringing back an age-old technique of writing with metal, the pen’s tip is made of lead and leaves a grey line in it’s wake that won’t smudge or erase.

The pen can be used on most paper surfaces, at any temperature  and in any weather condition, making it a durable and versatile option for a pen that is ready to use in any circumstance. There is also a keychain version available, giving you peace of mind that you have the tool to document your best ideas as and whenever and wherever they happen.


Whether you want an all-metallic finish or something with a little bit more character, this pen is available several finishes. Anodized aluminium is a very sleek finish which is cool to the touch, whereas the cherry wood finish has more of an warm organic feel.

Considering the fact this pen will technically last forever, it’s surprisingly affordable, costing just $27.95 for the silver version.


Beta Inkless Pen

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