Collapse your Pen and Save Space with the Telescoping Space Pen

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Are you searching for a collapsible pen for everyday use?

Everyone likes to save on space and keep either your pockets clear as possible and your pencil cases as minimalistic as possible. The Telescoping Space Pen is the best way to bring together small objects with minimalism.

Not just a simple ballpoint pen, the Telescoping Space Pen is a collapsible pen that has removed the frustration of caps and clickers. This pen is not only minimalistic but can be opened and used with one hand, making it incredibly easy and efficient for anyone needing to jot down a quick note. Being a simple barrel with no additional parts makes the Telescoping Space Pen ideal for anyone looking for an easy-to-use pen. 

There are many other features to the Telescoping Space Pen that sets this pen apart from all the rest on the market.

Key Features

As stated this pen has no use of caps or clickers. The Telescoping Space Pen folds into itself. By pulling at the tip you will expose the ballpoint for writing which makes it easy to use with a single hand. No need to worry about stopping what you are doing with your other hand.

Made out of solid aluminum, the pen will stay strong and sturdy from its first use to its last. You won’t have to worry about it banging against other pens in your collection or if it falls out of your pocket and hits the floor.

You are able to personalize the Telescoping Space Pen to give to someone or just to yourself. Coming in a Moonscape Gift Box, you have the perfect gift for any writer or space enthusiast.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Not only can space enthusiasts enjoy this pen, but the everyday user of ballpoint pens can get real enjoyment out of a pen such as the Telescoping Space Pen.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.