Active Media Products Executive I
The packaging is done in flat black and is void of writing. I was kind of expecting a box that is a little more presentable, but let's face it, for 17 USD you are not going to get a wooden box with a leather wrap.
The pen just rests inside of the box, no silk or felt, just cardboard.
Here we get our first good look at the writing instrument. The body type is wide with a chrome top, carbon fiber barrel and a steel clip.
The top unscrews to reveal the 4GB USB thumb drive and a twist of the tip reveals the writing portion of the pen.
Here we see everything disassembled. The ink container is quite small, but it is a standard size making replacement easy.
The carbon fiber is average quality with a thick layer of epoxy on the outer surface. It appears to be a wet lay so it is not like what you would find on an exotic R Series Ducati. Still it is carbon fiber and for 15 dollars you are not going to get something that has sat in an autoclave for 24 hours.
For a size comparison here is the Executive I next to a Mont Blanc Starwalker.
For an extra 400 USD you can have one with a White Mountain top that doesn't have a USB drive.
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