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Polar Pen

Polar Pen

Modular Magnetic Marker
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Part pen, part stylus, part play-thing – fun & functional
Beautifully simple but transforms into endless possibilities
Made from high-strength .38-calibre Neodynium magnets
Effortlessly transition between paper and touch screen
Originally backed by 14,000 compulsive pen fiddlers on Kickstarter
Inspire you at work, school, at home, wherever you are
Fully quench your insatiable tinkering urges
Free UK Delivery Over £100Free ReturnsNext Day Delivery available Before 7pm
Product info

Key features

  • Part pen, part stylus, part play-thing – fun & functional
  • Beautifully simple but transforms into endless possibilities
  • Made from high-strength .38-calibre Neodynium magnets
  • Effortlessly transition between paper and touch screen
  • Originally backed by 14,000 compulsive pen fiddlers on Kickstarter
  • Inspire you at work, school, at home, wherever you are
  • Fully quench your insatiable tinkering urges
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2 reviews
by David - 2nd of September, 2015
Awesome pen, writes like a dream and feels good. I always chew up my pens but now I can just play with the magnets and reassemble my pen.
by Elaine - 9th of May, 2015
Bought for grandsons 9th birthday last week... he loves it.
14 Shares
Free UK Delivery Over £100
Free Returns
Next Day Delivery available Before 7pm
Free UK Delivery Over £100
Free Returns
Next Day Delivery available Before 7pm
Description
Let's face it, even as the world gets steadily more paperless, you still love to have a pen in your hand. Twirling it, chewing it, drumming with it, and occasionally even writing with it. These pleasing little distractions all play a crucial part in teasing out your creative juices – which is why you need the Polar Pen 2.0.

Kickstarting its way into design studios everywhere, this modular magnetic marker really does put the 'fun' into functionality. Endlessly customizable, you can take apart the 14 Neodymium magnets to play with and re-arrange them to suit the way you work. Integrating a quality pen as well as a stylus tip you can effortlessly transition between paper and touch screen.

It's actually hard to put into words the full potential of this versatile pen, so we implore you to watch this video and make up your own mind. What we can say is that if you love tinkering with things or are captivated by the boundless power of magnets, then this pen is for you.

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Please Note:
  • Warning: This product contains strong magnets, keep away from children under the age of 14
  • The ingestion of magnets can result in serious injury
  • The magnets in this product have the potential to disrupt electronic devices. Magnets may interfere with the operation of pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators. People with these devices or other electronic medical devices should not use this product
  • Firebox will not be held responsible for the countless hours this pen saps from your day-to-day life
Product Features:
  • Available in silver and black
  • Fun and functional – part pen, part stylus, part play-thing
  • Beautifully simple but transforms into endless possibilities
  • .38-calibre rings precision milled from powerful magnets made from Neodymium (otherwise known as rare earth)
  • Has the power to lift up to two pounds or 1000 grams of steel
  • Backed by 14,000 compulsive pen fiddlers on Kickstarter
  • Kit includes: 14x magnets, 2x caps, 1x clip, 1x pen tip, 1x stylus tip, 1x black ink cartridge
  • Uses a Pilot Hi-tec-C gel-ink cartridge – when this runs out, you can replace it with uni-ball Signo UM-151 or uni-ball Gel Grip refills
Dimensions:
  • Box measures approximately 18cm(W) x 10.5cm(H) x 2.5cm(D)
  • Pen is perfectly pen-sized
Customer reviews
"Bought for grandsons 9th birthday last week... he loves it."
Elaine - 9th of May, 2015
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