Jan 12, 20194158 views

"Mo-Tactic" EDC Pen 2019 coming soon...

A tactical pen is an item that is not prohibited to be worn and used, since it is inherently a regular pen. And if the knife can cause fear and wariness among the people around you, then the tactical pen is not at all a “combat” weapon.
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A good tactical pen should have a number of signs: The most important thing is strength. It is better to choose a steel or titanium model, it will be able to inflict many blows and will not break at the same time; The convenience of holding the handle plays a significant role, because the impact force will depend on this, in which the handle should remain in a combat position (the tactical handle smith wesson has an aggressive annular notch that prevents it from slipping); A good model should have a pronounced "tip", a tactical pen "Mo-Tactic" is a vivid example of such a form. The project will launch soon, we can subscribe and be the first to support this pen in 2019.
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It could be a relatively attractive tactical pen, there's nothing wrong with a good tactical pen. The problem is that I checked this article and the kickstarter and saw no reference to the refill type. In a pen that is meant to be rugged and reliable the refill makes a lot of difference...
mhmalcolm
HAH. This looks like it'd be on display next to a gas station cash register, right between the novelty shotgun shell flashlights and the incredibly overpriced USB cables.
"if the knife can cause fear and wariness among the people around you" .....then your in the wrong company.
Looks like the kickstarter is cancelled for this project
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woow
So, I'm gonna go with, "No", to the idea that ks reacted in any fashion that they will prevent knockoffs... Why? Here's the response to a report of the relaunch: Hi there, Thank you for bringing this project to our attention: Project: Urban "Mo-Tactic" EDC Pen (relaunch).  Report date: March 20, 2019  Report content:
The person might've made slight changes to the design (like, on the clip), yet it is pretty much a copy of that one: https://www.instagram.com/p/BZXqcqlnJN4/ (note the date) Unless you all are going...
We’ve investigated and determined that it doesn’t violate our rules or community guidelines. If you believe there is an issue that’s not covered by our rules or guidelines, please contact us with more details. If you haven’t already, you can also communicate directly with the project creator. While we won’t be taking action on this project at this time, we value your input. We rely on reports like yours to ensure the safety and integrity of Kickstarter for everyone. Thanks again for looking out for the Kickstarter community. Best,  Kickstarter Trust & Safety The option chosen for the report was: Copying, reselling or plagiarism  Projects cannot plagiarize, offer items that aren't produced by the creator, or repackage a previously-created product without adding anything new. The list includes 3 things, which are separate: 1, cannot plagiarize, 2, offer items that aren't produced by the creator, or 3, repackage a previously-created product without adding anything new. So, even if a project creator adds something new to the plagiarized design, it's still plagiarized and should not be allowed by ks' rules. However, another person's take on it was that ks wouldn't ever be specific enough, and ever clearly define plagiarism, because then they'd be held accountable. If they leave room for interpretation, it also prevents them from being sued. Wonder if anything happened in that case as well:https://www.professionaljeweller.com/black-badger-founder-starts-social-media-campaign-to-tackle-copy-cat-kickstarter/ Recently, there was a brass key ring offered up as a project. $5 per solid brass ring, as an item that's been redeveloped. The one detail which might be different is the actual composition of the brass, yet it doesn't indicate any project creation details which would make a person think it's anything different than these, which can be had for $.50 a ring: https://www.keyring.com/solidbrasssplitkeyring1diameterusa-bulk.aspx If there is no difference, and they just repackage an already existing product which can be had in bulk, then that would (and should) be against ks rules. Yet, nope. The reply: Hi there, Thank you for bringing this project to our attention: Project: Oceanus Brass Snap-Shackle's Ring  Report date: March 26, 2019  Report content:
You can easily use Elgoog to search for solid brass 25mm (or, 1in) split key rings and find them available at that one auction site, the big river place, and at this confusingly-named website: https:...
We’ve investigated and determined that it doesn’t violate our rules or community guidelines. If you believe there is an issue that’s not covered by our rules or guidelines, please contact us with more details. If you haven’t already, you can also communicate directly with the project creator. While we won’t be taking action on this project at this time, we value your input. We rely on reports like yours to ensure the safety and integrity of Kickstarter for everyone. Thanks again for looking out for the Kickstarter community. Best,  Kickstarter Trust & Safety
Love the look of the tactical parts: the grip, the ruggedness, the attention to detail, the clip, the positive and negative spaces. This design will carry and age well. Having owned many of the screw cap style pens, they look great and can be useful as a kubotan, but if carried in your pocket every day are more often used as pens. The challenge is that they are difficult to deploy as pens to do pen-like things such as signing a receipt during flu season; even more difficult to get past TSA when they look like this.