SO Design ALT Tool Pen
SO Design ALT Tool Pen
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The SO Design ALT Tool Pen is a thoughtfully designed accessory that doubles as a precision screwdriver set. Crafted from lightweight anodized aluminum or stainless steel, this multifunctional pen goes wherever you go—elegantly Read More

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blinkie
1
Jun 28, 2020
I'm kinda interested but after shipping and currency exchange I'm looking at a $75 pen and still have to go spend $20-30 to get bits that are of useful sizes (and trustworthy quality). Even up here in Canada with our devalued monopoly money $75-100 will buy me a nice Zebra and a 30 piece Wiha set with a few bucks left over... I guess I'm just not the target audience.
Hi blinkie, that's completely understandable. Please keep us on your radar for future sales, if this is not the right time. By the way, Zebra is one of our favorite pen companies!
xylite
4
Jun 26, 2020
I do like the design of this. Would be nice to know who makes the ink refills and bits. As is, I would probably get my own refills and use spare bits that I already know are good, like Wiha bits. If the quality of the bits were a known variable, it would be easier to justify. $50 far a nice handle design isn't completely unreasonable, but it's still a bit much for what you're getting. Really seems like most of the cost is going towards the novel design. My most commonly used bit sizes are T6, T8, and T10, so I'd probably have to replace them regardless. Would be nice to either have different bit selections or have an option to purchase without bits at a reduced price. Side note: the description says it takes "D2" refills, which I'm assuming is a typo.
Hi xylite, thanks for the great comments and feedback. I think these are things we can work to accommodate at a future point. I’ll look into the typo, Alt Pen comes with 2 D1 ink refills but it only takes 1 ink refill at a time.
To answer your other question the refills aren’t bits but are retained by a proprietary bit design. This makes for quick and easy replacement of the bits, and a secure magnetic attachment.
LazarusLong
208
Jun 26, 2020
I like it. It’s pretty cool. Just can’t really see it being used on a work bench.
Hi Lazarus, thank you! This product is not mean for heavy-duty work, it’s an everyday carry pen that can come in very handy in a pinch. Because of its carefully considered design you can travel with it, that’s something you can’t do with most tools (unless you check-in luggage... but let’s face it no one is doing that 😜).
Kavik
5376
Jun 26, 2020
Not for nuthin', but $80 can get you a good sized set of precision drivers from some tried and true name brands.... The pen is a pretty clean design, I'll give you that, but i'm not sure I'm seeing the appeal of such a small selection of bits, of unknown quality, at that price tag 🤔 Serious question: What's even the target market for these particular bits? Electronics, per the video? With all those magnets? 😕
Hi Suneggle, looking forward to your review! Thank you for supporting us with your purchase!
Kavik
5376
Jun 29, 2020
I'm not saying it isn't a neat idea. If I wasn't intrigued I wouldn't have bothered trying to get more info. I just don't know that the materials are worth the cost on this particular version of the pen multitool idea is all
radmedov
225
Jun 24, 2020
Why I cannot select stainless steel Rose Gold at the checkout?
Hi radmedov, Unfortunately the Stainless Steel Rose Gold is currently sold out. Really sorry about that.
radmedov
225
Jun 24, 2020
Got it, thank you.
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