Unless you work at a startup that’s trying desperately to be hip, adorning your desk with mountains of Star Wars toys probably isn’t encouraged. But when you pay over $2,000 for a fancy pen from S.T. Dupont Paris that just happens to look like a spaceship, you can display it wherever you want.
Think you’re the biggest Star Wars fan in our neck of the galaxy? Here’s your chance to prove it once and for all, because only the most loyal of Star Wars devotees will be willing to spend just shy of $25,000 for a lightsaber fountain pen and a nifty floating display stand.
Sometimes it’s just better to write things down than type them in. What’s your go-to tool for the task? Write in and tell us.
As someone currently writing to you through the medium of the Internet, I can't say I really have much use for a pen on a regular basis. But if I did, I'd use one of these fancy new pens based on DC's heroes and villains, which look amazingly fancy.
After careful scientific analysis, the Wirecutter's Tim Barribeau has determined that the very best pen on Earth is the Uni-ball Jetstream. He's written a seriously in-depth essay explaining why, which is a must read for any pen geeks.
Here's a reason to leave any and all tonsil examinations up to the professionals. From an article last year in the journal BMJ Case Reports comes this anecdote about a woman who managed to keep a pen marinating in her gut for a quarter-century until doctors plucked it out. Report the authors, who are physicians in…