World’s Thinnest 4-Function Pen from ACME

19 Oct

One of our favorite pens to use around the office is the 4-Function Pen from the innovative ACME Studios. Designed by ACME co-founder Adrian Olabuenaga, the clever ACME 4-Function is the thinnest multifunction pen in the world.

Founded in 1985 by Adrian and his wife Lesley, Acme has been internationally acclaimed for their partnerships with leading architects, designers, foundations, and more. Their offerings encompass a variety of products, including writing instruments, accessories, and other design objects.

Specifically, the ACME  4-Function Pen is an innovative, all-inclusive state of the art writing instrument. If you like to travel light, yet be prepared for anything – this pen will do the trick! It includes a black ballpoint pen, an orange highlighter, a 0.7 mm lead pencil, and a PDA stylus. It includes an eraser, too! This highly coveted pen is the epitome of style and multi-purpose efficiency.

  • Black Ballpoint Pen
  • Orange Highlighter
  • 0.7 mm Lead Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Silver Clip
Shop ACME’s 4-Function Pens here! Which style best suits you? Playful Crossword, sleek Mercury, or the pinstripe Elite?

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3 Responses to “World’s Thinnest 4-Function Pen from ACME”

  1. calculi November 1, 2011 at 4:26 pm #

    This looks similar to Diplomat Visa Data, but this one looks beautiful.

  2. europeanpaper November 2, 2011 at 12:28 pm #

    Ooo good comparison! We’ve never handled the Diplomat Visa Data, but from images it looks quite sleek. Have you used it before?

    • calculi November 2, 2011 at 12:37 pm #

      I have one and, yes, it is really sleek & elegant. It’s always in my bag. It has nice matte silver color and, moreover, it’s not slippery on fingers while writing.

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