LaserFlex ballpoint pen

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LaserFlex ballpoint pen

Post by werner » November 1st, 2013, 9:52 am

Hello,

some days ago I got a press release from Pelikan and the Porsche Design Group. Here is for all interesting people this document.

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Werner

Solid stainless steel in a flexible form

Black Purism: The Porsche Design P’3115 LaserFlex Black

Stuttgart/Hannover. Porsche Design presents the P’3115 LaserFlex ballpoint pen in a distinctive new look. The pen gets its stunning looks from an all-black design on the one hand, and from tiny slots created by the use of modern laser technology on the other. This untypical – for writing instruments – use of laser technology gives the solid stainless steel case an extraordinary, flexible function: when you press the mechanism, the rigid barrel responds to the pressure of the hand and the lasered slots contract; they then open again once the cartridge engages, giving the impression that the solid body is flexible.

The exterior of the pen features a scratch-resistant, deep black PVD coating, which consists almost entirely of pure titanium. The pen clip is made from stainless steel, like the case. The LaserFlex Black will be available from December for 450 euros. In addition to the black version, the ballpoint pen is also available in a stainless steel variant at a price of 395 euros.

Porsche Design is a luxury brand and was founded in 1972 by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. The products represent functional, timeless and purist design, and boast an impressive innovative standard. All of the brand's products are designed from the Porsche Design Studio and are sold around the world in own shops, as well as in franchises, concessions, high-end department stores, exclusive specialist stores and in the official online shop (http://www.porsche-design.com/Produkte/ ... ing-Tools/).
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