If not all, most people around the world uses pencil or pen as a writing device. Artists, designers and architects use pencil to draw, sketch and make their masterpieces, while office workers, students, and writers uses ink and pen to write down their thoughts in words on paper.
The pencil or the pen has become a necessity which people uses everyday. This is the reason why artists buy enough pencils so that every time they exhaust one pencil, they have another one to use, and offices buy enough pens to replace those with no more ink.
Now, what if there is a writing tool that would never run out of ink and will virtually last forever? This would definitely beat buying loads of pen and pencil supplies that would take up space on your storage areas.
They call this The Inkless Metal Pen. Now maybe you're asking - 'Why is it called the Inkless Metal Pen if it never runs out of ink', well because it actually does not write with ink and it does not need ink to write. It has a special metal alloy tip that does the writing. Like graphite lead on pencil, the special metal alloy tip on this pen transfers small amounts of metal on the writing surface. Unlike pencil though, the metal that is transferred is so tiny that it would last for a very long time, maybe even for a lifetime. It is like having a pen that never runs out of ink.
Unlike pencils, this pen never dulls and does not need sharpening. It can even write upside down and unlike pens, it would never leak or smear, and definitely won't run out of ink.
This is a very nice tool for artists, designers or architects that frequently draws and always need a sharp pencil. The mark it makes is permanent though so you won't be able to erase it with rubber eraser but then, most of the good artists I know never erases a drawing.
A cap is also no longer needed since it does not use liquid ink, and pen caps usually get lost anyway.
Another good thing about the design of this pen is that it can write on most common writing surfaces.
There is also no special angle or special writing position for this pen to work. You may even use the constrained ball attachment on this to draw straight lines with ease.