Long overdue and with special thanks to the folks at Zeek Studios, Entelsoft has relaunched its website.
To celebrate, we’re giving away of 20 teal blue Entelsoft pens. Okay – promotional pens may not sound too exciting – but these ones are a little different. The Entelsoft pen has been crafted from hand-machined aluminium, hand-stamped with the Entelsoft logo and then anodised to last a lifetime. When the ink runs dry (as standard promotional pens do quickly), a replacement cartridge can be sourced from a standard BiC pen.
A rock-solid solution with low maintenance costs – we hope you enjoy it. If this appeals to you, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your preference of a blue or black cartridge. If you have an Australian postal address and are among the first 20 people to email, we’ll soon be shipping your Entelsoft pen.
About the Ball-Point pen
- Hungarian journalist László Bíró filed his patent for his ball-socket pen in 1935.
- Bíró, tiring of ink splotches from his fountain pen, happened upon his innovation after watching children rolling marbles through a puddle of water.
- Marcel Bich perfected Bíró’s design in 1950 with the launch of the BiC Cristal (the BiC Biro!)
- The 100 billionth BiC Cristal was sold in September 2006.
The Entelsoft pen is a rarer beast with a limited production run of just 100 units.