If you enjoy using coloured felt pens while sketching on paper or colouring-in the wide range of new colouring books that have been launched for relaxation, but would prefer not to have to carry a pen case to keep them all in.
You may be interested in a new unique and innovative set of magnetic colouring pens which have been created by Typica based in London. As the name suggests the MAGNETIPS colouring pens are fitted with super strong Neodymium magnets allowing them to attach themselves to each other and be transported from one location to another with ease.
Being magnetic they can also be used for a variety of different applications, including providing plenty of ways to raise the little time at your desk when brainstorming. Check out the video below to learn more about these very unique magnetic colouring pen which have taken to Kickstarter to raise the £7,000 the project needs to go into production.
Magnetips are not your average fine-liners. As well as being refillable, each one of our Patent-Pending pens also contains two super strong Neodymium magnets. This means that they attract one another (or any metal surface), becoming the centre-piece of your desktop. Colouring is only the beginning!
We noticed that when unused, most of our favourite colouring pens just added to our desk clutter. When finished, they become useless, resulting in a large amount of waste added to our garbage pile. So…we set down at Typica and thought how we could do better. We ended up designing a beautiful and refillable set of pens that not only writes and colours beautifully, but also helps to reduce waste.
But we didn’t stop there. By adding two super strong Neodymium magnets to each of our pens, we gave the pens a life of their own, making each set into an object in its own right, both useful and playful in countless ways, even beyond colouring, sketching, and writing.
For more information on the new MAGNETIPS magnetic colouring pens jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge from just £20 for early bird backers.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Top News