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Isn't plastic supposed to be bad?
Normally, yes. We tend to stick with materials like titanium, copper, and bronze because of their toughness and corrosion resistance, just for fun, we ordered some Ultem® 1000 and did a run of Bolt Action pens and Bexar Slipjoint knives. Ultem has high mechanical strength and heat resistance which makes it ideal for harsh environments. The diameter is slightly wider than our normal line but the action is so incredibly smooth we don't think you'll mind.
Sold exclusively through Monkey Edge.
- Ultem® 1000 body material
- Titanium mechanism
- Stainless steel clip
- Three lengths: Standard, Short, Mini
- Available in Natural and Black
- Custom clip engraving [+$10]
- Chemical resistant, flame retardant
- Length: 5.6" Standard, 5.1" Short, 4.4" Mini
- Weight: 0.71oz Standard, 0.70oz Short, 0.68oz Mini
- Diameter: 0.485"
The Standard [5.6"] comes with a Pilot G2 0.7 mm refill and the Short [5.1"] comes with a Schmidt EasyFlow 9000 medium refill, and the Mini [4.4"] comes with a Pilot G2 Mini 0.7mm refill. Many of our customers like to use their own personal favorites, however, and so we put together a list of compatible refills that work with our pens.
Ultem® 1000 Applications
Courtesy of Emco Industrial Plastics
Due to Ultem® 1000's high mechanical strength and heat resistant composition, it is ideal for use in harsh environmental conditions needing chemical resistant features and high temperature resistance. It is ideally suited for interior components in aircraft, bus, medical, steam auto clave resistance, and other vehicles where such properties are required. Ultem® 1000 is compatible with industries exposed to extreme conditions and standards, including: Automotive, Aerospace, Telecom, and HVAC.
Designed to last forever
Everything we sell comes with a Lifetime Warranty because we believe tools should be carried, used, and trusted to last. If something unexpected goes wrong, let us know and we'll make it right.