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Tactile Turn Sliders and Gliders Anodized Aluminum Colors

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Tactile Turn Sliders and Gliders Anodized Aluminum Colors

from 59.00

These are in stock and ready to ship out immediately. No more waiting!

Slider or Glider?

This question is usually the first thing people ask about. 

The Slider is slightly shorter and comes with a Schmidt Easy Flow 9000 medium point with black ink and will fit all other "Parker style" refills.

The Glider is the slightly longer version that comes with a 0.38mm Pilot G2 with black ink refill. These are a little easier than the old pens to allow refills to fit and most require no modification at all for many different refills.

Both pens fit well in almost all hands, though if you have larger hands you might be more comfortable with a Glider. Sliders tend to fit better in shirt pockets without sticking out. 

Click here to see the refills the Sliders take.

Click here to see the refills the Gliders Take.

Overall there is much less need to modify refills on these pens than previous pens. If you do want to fit a few of the refills from the Glider list in the Slider check out the video below. Sliders will include the Glider spring.

Bolt

The main piece that makes these pens really interesting is the bolt action. I use a shape unlike any other pen out there. It is one fluid motion to advance or retract the refill. Because the surfaces of both the interior part and the inside surface have been carefully machined to be extra smooth, the action feels amazingly satisfying. 

Aluminum

Since these were originally made in 2016 I've had people asking me to make lighter weight versions. I've resisted aluminum because I had issues with anodizing. Well last year I was finally able to find a great shop that has excellent quality, so now we have 8 new colors in the aluminum line.


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These are in stock and ready to ship out immediately. No more waiting!

Slider or Glider?

This question is usually the first thing people ask about. 

The Slider is slightly shorter and comes with a Schmidt Easy Flow 9000 medium point with black ink and will fit all other "Parker style" refills.

The Glider is the slightly longer version that comes with a 0.38mm Pilot G2 with black ink refill. These are a little easier than the old pens to allow refills to fit and most require no modification at all for many different refills.

Both pens fit well in almost all hands, though if you have larger hands you might be more comfortable with a Glider. Sliders tend to fit better in shirt pockets without sticking out. 

Click here to see the refills the Sliders take.

Click here to see the refills the Gliders Take.

Overall there is much less need to modify refills on these pens than previous pens. If you do want to fit a few of the refills from the Glider list in the Slider check out the video below. Sliders will include the Glider spring.

Bolt

The main piece that makes these pens really interesting is the bolt action. I use a shape unlike any other pen out there. It is one fluid motion to advance or retract the refill. Because the surfaces of both the interior part and the inside surface have been carefully machined to be extra smooth, the action feels amazingly satisfying. 

Aluminum

Since these were originally made in 2016 I've had people asking me to make lighter weight versions. I've resisted aluminum because I had issues with anodizing. Well last year I was finally able to find a great shop that has excellent quality, so now we have 8 new colors in the aluminum line.