Coolest Pens Ever

Leaf PenLeaf Pen $12.99 each

Zen Pen
This pen is so cute…reminds me of a warm summer day; I can almost smell the clover! The site says ‘new insects will be available’; I’d like to see a giant, fuzzy tarantula…

Mont Blanc and Van Cleef & Arpels, cost $730,000

Taking “Bling” to Another Level

One word: ridiculous. With over 840 diamonds and 20 carats in gemstones, this writing instrument is the ultimate in excess, clocking in as “the world’s most expensive pen” (and probably warranting its own insurance policy). The price of a New York chunk of real estate, this would definitely not be the pen you’d casually drop in your pocketbook. In fact, this pen scares me a little bit.

Graduate Feather Bird Pens

These hilarious, foofy-looking feathered friends are perfect pens for the grad on your list…I like that they have only one foot.

This hand-painted pen is so realistic, you might be tempted to take a bite…I wonder if the ink smells like oranges?

Sushi Pen $8.99 each

How bizarre
My first reaction was, “What the…?” For the sushi lover on your menu (or the owner of a Japanese restaurant), here’s a delectable assortment sure to amuse the pickiest pen connoisseur. I wonder: is the ink made of wasabi? This is definitely one of the most random collection of pens I’ve ever seen.

Secret Agent Invisible Pen $12.99 each

Go, Gadget, Go!
Shhh, it’s a secret! Be your own MacGyver with this totally dorky yet fun pen…it seems like it’d be the ultimate pen for passing notes, so buy one for your BFF, too (I only wish I had one when I was in school)!

Egyptian Pen #1 – $12.99 each

Walk, er…Write Like An Egyptian!
These eclectic pens would probably make a great gift for anyone who collects strange stuff, digs the National Geographic channel or frequents mummy exhibits. Either way, they’re definitely unique & look like something from a museum gift-shop.

Fascinating PuzzlePen $4.95 each

One of my personal faves, I love how they advertise: “Great For Boring Seminars” – classic. For anyone who rocked a Rubik’s Cube and all of its knock-off puzzle cousins (remember the Pyraminx?), this pen is genius…I think I want one.

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  1. iQuest says:

    All those pens are so cute!!! I can definitely impress my client by bringing it to the meeting.

  2. coco says:

    these pens are the *best*

  3. Big Fish Games says:

    Of course all these are really cool.But what I found most beautiful are the Egyptian pens.Thanks for sharing these nice images.

  4. Kelly Wright says:

    That pen for boring seminars is really cute! Someone must have been fed up to create one ;P
    The invisible pen is a nice present for teens. Perhaps cell-phones or some e-gadgets are more appealing to youngsters, but the idea is right.

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    Thanks to everyone for the great feedback; I’m glad you found them as amusing as I did!

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  10. Interactive Marketing Agency says:

    Im about 5 seconds away from buying that orange pen. Awesome!

  11. Stephanie says:

    The pens on this page are too cool for school and I know I would really enjoy walking like an egyptian while smelling fishy sushi ink and I definitely know that any woman would need a sugar daddy for the bling pen.

  12. Vera says:

    What grad wouldn’t want a “foofy-looking” Graduate Feather Bird Pen? I think FOOFY says it all…..

    I bet I can find the Mont Blanc pen in the flea market in Shanghai, China for $7.30; I found regular non-jeweled ones for $0.75 each…

    The sushi pens are the best! Wasabi ink, LOL!

  13. Six Packs says:

    Those are so sweet. I’ll take the Mont Blanc Pen please!

  14. Joanne says:

    Way cool pens. Maybe I’ll swap my spoon collection for a pen collection, going from garish to gaudy. Great descriptives.

  15. Hank says:

    This article is very descriptive and humorous. I enjoyed reading about each pen and would consider buying some of them. Bravo!

  16. Liz says:

    I really want to know who owns a Mont Blanc pen! That’s just crazy! And if you used the ones that look like birds, won’t the sweat from your hands make all the feathers icky? They should make pens with sensors so you can clap or whistle when you need it, because I know we have about ten gazillion pens in the house but I can never find one when I need it! I write a lot of crayola messages…

  17. June says:

    I love these pens! They are so cool! I want the fuzzy birdie ones and the puzzle one and the dragonfly on the leaf one and the secret writing one. Very cool.

  18. Calliope says:

    these are the coolest pens ever! my favorite pen is the van cleef and arpels. Anybody want to buy it for me?!?!!?

  19. Gil says:

    These pens are fantastically described. I want to go out and buy the lot. Then again, I’ll pass on the Mont Blanc, etc. At $730 K, how decadent is that??????

  20. Konstantine Alexiou says:

    I really enjoyed the variety of pen types, I also was impressed by the description of the items. I think a larger page with more pen options would be favorable. Many thanks. Sincerely

  21. Rosemary says:

    This article was brilliantly written…don’t you think? The descriptions were very…uh…descriptive!

  22. melanie says:

    what fun!…Now I know what to get for all of those secretaries for secretaries day!

  23. Sarah says:

    I want all of the pens! The first one I’ll save up for is the Go, Gadget, Go! I only wish this pen came with a Valentine’s date with MacGyver!

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