- Dimensions. 96 mm sleeved, 130 mm posted. 11 mm wide at widest part.
- Weight: 46 g (1.6 oz)
- Stainless steel body and sleeve.
- Sprung steel clip.
- Sleeve and clip coated with Cerakote, matte finish. See technical specifications for Cerakote.
- Included Refill: Schmidt 8126 mini. Black ink with 0.6mm tip diameter. Mark Two will also fit a Fisher pressurized ink cartridge, not included.
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Beyond highly recommended. I’ve been an avid Fisher Space Pen user for 30+ years. It has taken this long to find the perfect pen that accepts Fisher Space Pen cartridges. I ordered a second Mark Two just in case I ever lose the first one I bought. As I'm writing this, I think I better buy a third one.
I like the pen, but I think it has several issues.
First, it is a heavy pen, I would like to buy another one if you make it with titanium. Second, the lid closure is unstable when it is in writing mode. It works, but not perfect.
Hi there! The pen is steel so the body can attract to the internal magnet :) Titanium wouldn't work in this instance. As for the sleeve closure when in writing mode: it is a press fit, so the harder you press, the more secure it will be. Check out this video to see it in action: https://vimeo.com/670076728
Beautiful pen. The only improvement could be some way to hold the cap on better on the end when in use.
I was in the market for a low profile pen that I could clip into my Bellroy Field Notes cover, and after slogging through endless pen review websites (of which there are a shocking amount), I finally landed on the Mark Two.
My main criteria for this pen were:
1. I needed it to be portable.
2. I needed to not hate it when I used it.
I’m happy to report that the Mark Two has not only cleared my not-hate bar but has actually become my literal favorite pen. I’ve only had it for a few days, and I’m already annoying my wife with the subtle moans and approving nods I make while using this pen. It’s great while I’m out and about, and it’s great while I’m working at home. Even though it’s a “pocket pen,” it doesn’t feel compromised to me. I honestly can’t think of any context, really, where this pen wouldn’t be ideal. Maybe while driving on the freeway. Don’t do that. Pull over. And that’s not the pen’s fault.
All of this is to say that if I could have written this review using my Mark Two, I would have. But the Internet doesn’t work that way.
This pen is so satisfying in every way. I love how heavy it is, and the precision machining of its design is so incredible. It’s a good thing I work remotely and fiddle with this pen during meetings, otherwise people might tire of me snapping it shut in its awesome enclosure over and over again.
Oh, and for what it’s worth, it writes REALLY well, but I mostly just use it for snapping it open and shut.