Originally conceived as The Pen Project on Kickstarter (one of the very first pen campaigns), Ian Schon of Schon DSGN set out to create a super pocketable, minimal, and durable pen to be the perfect EDC.
Over the last four years, the brand has grown tremendously and he has definitely delivered on that goal. The pen has been featured on sites like Huckberry, Every Day Carry, and most recently in the Martha Stewart Living magazine specific for his brass pen.
Manufactured in small batches by a machine shop outside of Boston, MA, each pen down to the included Fisher Space Pen refill is 100% produced in the United States. Small business is a huge passion of mine and I love supporting people like Ian and those he works with.
The Schon DSGN pens are machined from solid metal and come in a variety of materials and finishes. You can choose from either clear or black anodized aluminum for a lighter carry, titanium for a little heft with extra durability, or brass or bronze if more weighty pens that will age over time is your preference.
Gearing up for the holidays, Schon DSGN is offering 10% off any pens in the store by using the promo code CLICKY10 at checkout through December 4th.
Special thanks to Schon DSGN for sponsoring The Clicky Post.