Inkless Pen Never Needs To Be Replaced

Inkless Pen Never Needs To Be Replaced
Design

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.

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