Vertex Click Pen Kit - Gun Metal

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Score: 4.25 (votes: 4)
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The Vertex pen's long 3" single tube body is stylish and easy to make. Includes a super quiet, smooth acting click mechanism. Easy to make with a single tube pen.

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Vertex Click Pen Kit - Gun Metal

The rugged, ready for anything hex shaped pen won't have trouble surviving any tough guy's use. It's refined, faceted, hexagonal nuts and bolts design will surely impress any tool guy. The Vertex pen's long 3" single tube body will let you show off your blank material and craftsmanship. Includes a super quiet, smooth acting click mechanism. Easy to make with a single tube. 

This is a mid sized pen and a 3/4 x 3/4 x 3" blank is suggested for most. You will also need a 3/8" drill bit and Vertex Click pen kit bushings (PKFPBU)

Vertex Click Instructions.pdf

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  • Jun 18, 2021, 12:04 AM
    Highly underestimated kit. This is a great pen, and I sell them and have two for myself. Very stylish and modern hex shape, long body to make max display of the blank. Reliable clicker. Do review assembly instructions, though, because it can be assembled incorrectly. But this is a wise thing to do with any pen, right? Gold with maple is a great combo for this pen. Try it! You’re welcome…..
  • Nov 12, 2017, 01:06 PM
    Nice kit, but the instructions led me to assembling my kit in a way that my OCD was going crazy. It instructs you to insert the threaded portion of the tip without the tip first, and then the clip, then to screw the tip on. In doing this, the hexagonal design didn't line up from one side to the other and bothered me. When I tried to disassemble it, the plastic click mechanic was damaged and made the pen unusable. I'm going to have to reorder another kit to save the pine cone blank I just wasted on this first kit, which is why I gave it 3 out of 5.

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