Quotidian Pen – The World’s First Magnetic Propulsion Pen by Quotidian

November 20th, 2016 by retail design blog


Quotidian launched the Quotidian Pen on Kickstarter on Tuesday. The Quotidian Pen was off to a phenomenal start, hitting their $4,000 SGD goal in 20 minutes of the launch and reached 250% in less than 2 hours.

The Quotidian Pen is a minimalist ballpoint-pen that features the world’s first magnetic propulsion mechanism, which will change the way you see, use and fidget with a pen forever. The entire experience of the Quotidian Pen is brim-filled with surprises and is sure to fascinate.

So how does it actually work? Breaking the cap will reveal the surprising absence of the pen nib. Bringing the cap to the back of the body will allow the pen nib to magically propel out.

Apart from that, due to the magnetic forces of the neodymium magnets in the Quotidian Pen, you are able to interact with the pen in the most addictive ways possible. For the first time ever, instead of just clicking and uncapping a pen, the Quotidian Pen allows you to flick, spin and fidget to your heart’s desire.

With a modern, minimalist yet elegant design, the Quotidian Pen was designed to be a daily companion fit for any occasion or style and a well-crafted heirloom that can be passed on for generations.

The Quotidian Pen is made from precision-machined metal and is offered in aircraft-grade aluminium and solid brass. The aluminium is coated to create a high gloss surface while the brass is deliberately uncoated to allow for a natural patina effect overtime.

Carefully designed and engineered to have a fantastic center weighting,it provides an effortless yet premium writing experience. This all comes at an affordable price with no luxury markup because Quotidian believet hat quality products do not have to come with extra-inflated prices.

Design: Quotidian
Photography: Quotidian

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