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Porsche Design P'3135 Titanium Pen

Give your favorite writer the gift of a tool they'll use for a lifetime, the Porsche Design P'3135 Titanium Pen ($1,050). Milled from a single piece of solid titanium, this pen is as indestructible as it is beautiful. This fountain pen features an 18-carat gold nib, and an internal well, making writing a pleasure. It's finished off with a scratch proof PVD coating, keeping it looking great regardless of use. Comes with an aluminum sleeve for safe keeping.

  • S.H.O.V.E.L.

    We've seen a lot of open-source stuff out there — mostly software and hardware — but we've never seen an open-source eating utensil. As far as we know, the S.H.O.V.E.L. ($10) is the first of its kind. This spork is made from titanium, and includes your typical spoon and fork combo (call it a foon if you want), as well as a serrated edge for cutting and a bottle-cap opener, all wrapped in six feet of red paracord. Download the specs and CAD files from their website — hack it, change it, build your own. It's open-source, after all.

  • ATOM: A Tool of Multipurpose

    No one debates the usefulness of a great multitool, but bulk can often prohibit comfortable everyday carry. Enter ATOM: A Tool of Multipurpose ($10), the key-shaped multitool made for pocket carry. It has just about everything you look for in a small tool: hex wrenches, a pry bar, a bottle opener, screwdrivers, files, a ripping tool, rulers, and a protractor. Heat-treated stainless steel construction means it will hold up to whatever you put it through, TSA compliance allows you to bring it on a plane, and its design lets you add it to your keychain. What more could you want? (Also available in black.)