When we hear the phrase "tactical pen", our minds naturally drift to action movie scenes of some hapless baddie being offed with a well-placed Bic to the neck. And while you could surely use the Uzi Tactical Pen in a similar manner, it has plenty of non-violent uses, too. It's crafted from lightweight aircraft aluminum, features a gunmetal finish, and beyond writing, also holds a glassbreaker and a handcuff key. Which helps explain why it's trusted by the Army, Secret Service, Special Forces, and crafty agents everywhere.
One of the joys of Field Notes' Colors editions has been gawking at their fantastic exterior designs before they show up at your door. Not so with Field Notes Unexposed Notebooks. Each 3-pack of this Colors edition comes in an opaque black sleeve, and contains three of the possible six variations from this run. What do they look like? No one knows yet, but we do know that the interior of each book contains 48 pages, featuring the company's reticle graph not seen since last summer. Order now to keep from having the surprise ruined.
Most Moleskine users appreciate the tactile feeling of putting pen to paper — but in our increasingly digital world, they also know the hassle that can come from having some important note or idea buried in a book. Moleskine Livescribe Notebooks are meant to give you the best of both worlds. Stuffed with 240 ruled dot paper pages, these notebooks offer the same quality you expect from Moleskine, as well as on-page commands that give quick access to the app's features, two bookmarks in the expandable back pocket, and support for the Livescribe 3 Smartpen that allows content to instantly appear in the app in real time as you write on the page.