Nextool Pallas Tactical Pen
Nextool Pallas Tactical Pen
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The Nextool Pallas is made from hardy aluminum with a hard-anodized exterior. The body itself is a sight to behold ... Read More

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oldwac
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Apr 15, 2019
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As an old WAC, I love the name! The Pallas Athena was the symbol of the Women's Army Corps until we were disbanded in 1978.
Apr 15, 2019
RussB
210
Mar 26, 2019
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Compared to other pens meant for breaking windows and pressure point manipulation this one is good on multiple fronts. Doesn't look cheesy, isn't overly expensive, and is relatively lightweight yet still seems like it can withstand the abuse it was designed for. Pros: Lightweight Carries easily Good ink insert Good price to quality ratio Comfortable enough when using as a pen and when held for its other purposes. Cap sits nice and secure on the butt when using as a writing tool. Cons: Deep carry clip is counterintuitive for a tool meant for situations where you're operating on gross motor skills. Cannot replace clip if it breaks. Clip is super tight making it hard to withdraw and replace to the pocket when adrenaline is pumping. Cap threading makes it a little cumbersome when screwing the cap back on. Overall: Good pen for the price ($20). You can get better tactical-ish pens but you're going to have to pay around 5x more or have to carry something that looks hideous or be stuck with terrible ink refill options. I almost had to use the pen to extract an uncooperative felon from a vehicle and had to forego this pen as an option in the moment because while my dominant hand was aiming a pistol i could not, under stress and time constraints with my own safety in mind, pull the pen out with my support hand to break the window. That kind of negates the purpose of the pen, especially if you're using it as a self-defense tool. It sits too deep in the pocket, is too hard to withdraw without thinking about it, and the clip cannot be changed to something that works better. It's a good pen but in real life situations should not be what you rely upon if you really need something marketed for this type of work. I will go back to tuff-writer even though they do not have the ceramic window punch (which is a very good thing if implemented correctly and this one is so, so close). I will not say this is a bad pen though. It's very good for the price, i just wish the manufacturer took into account how people carrying the product would be using it in real life. 4 stars for quality to price ratio, would be 5 stars if i could have used it for its intended purpose when i needed it. Good pen, just no real world experience or thought applied to the design of the clip. Put some thought into how the pen needs to be accessed in the heat of the moment and it'd be a solid 5 star product. Not absolutely perfect, but perfect enough considering the price and its competition. Copied and pasted from my 4 star review
Mar 26, 2019
Stalepeas
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Jun 25, 2019
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Lol what mate, lol. Good review.
Jun 25, 2019
qpch
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Mar 5, 2019
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This comes with at least one refill right? Who do we have to kill to get the infinity Fischer refills by themselves?
Mar 5, 2019
RayF
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Feb 6, 2019
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When they use the term tactical, they don't mean the pen is tactical--they mean their tactic was to sell a pen to a certain, targeted demographic who'd be silly enough to fork over twenty-five dollars for a $6 pen full of holes. So far it seems to be working...
Feb 6, 2019
TCat
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Feb 6, 2019
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Wait... this is a "tactical" pen because it's made out of hard stuff with a hard tip? Huh? To earn "tactical", it should have a fold-out blade, a 250lm-minimum light, a siren and a retractable length of cord. For extra credit, an on-board hand-crank generator, a rocket-propelled grappling hook and a mini rebreather for at least five minutes underwater. This one is no more "tactical" than a Bic, which at least can trivially be used to pick tubular locks.
Feb 6, 2019
Fordbullfrog
0
Dec 16, 2017
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How can you get the refills for the pen?
Dec 16, 2017
Iris3
70
Dec 17, 2017
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you can search for fisher SPR on amazon. The number behind spr stands for the color. SPR4 is black, SPR1 is blue and so on
Dec 17, 2017
krikor
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Dec 13, 2017
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Does the cap post? Assuming no because of the threads, but thought I'd check anyway.
Dec 13, 2017
Cxxx
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Nov 10, 2018
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It does, there's a little o-ring inside the cap.
Nov 10, 2018
BrainFlush
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Dec 13, 2017
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I like the look of it, just wish it came in something more exotic.
Dec 13, 2017
somePurchaser
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Feb 6, 2019
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I'm just going to play devil's advocate for a moment, just to humor the conversation. If a "military or police officer" stabbed someone with their pen, there may be a question of whether that was appropriate use of force for the situation. However, if the pen was used for leverage in a restraining technique, the "officer" would less likely be scrutinized. There's a higher probability of a bic pen failing when acting as a leverage force multiplier. A metal pen with a sturdy enough section is less likely to fail and, if used by an "officer" to gain a particular objective (i.e. restraint), is therefore considered a tactical tool. Edit: having said that... I don't know if I'd like using this "hole-y" pen for leverage or striking; seems painful. Double Edit: Doh... necro conversation.
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Feb 6, 2019
RayF
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Feb 6, 2019
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Like polka-dots, or maybe leopard? Wait---what about unicorn?!!!
Feb 6, 2019
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