The new Pineider Avatar UR Collection marks a step up in pen manufacturing that involves a new revolutionary UltraResin, precision assembly process called GlueLess and the special protection of the cap lock. For 100 years a constant problem in the pen industry was breakage or damage. So many timeless pens have been made from celluloid, but unfortunately it has very bad resistance to heat and can easily crystallize with age, eventually showing the age of and ultimately ruining the pen. In the twenties, pen makers were used to throwing pens from airplanes to demonstrate the resistance of celluloid. Pineider does it again, with UltraResin. This new material will set you free from the mess of a pen drop or cracks. Joining incredible beauty and a very high resistance to any kind of impact, each Avatar UR is crafted with a mother of pearl compound resin in a special formula, called UltraResin. Developed in Florence specifically for Pineider, this compound is very stiff and its exceptional features makes it far better than celluoid, the historical material of the pen industry. UltraResin is extremely rigid, nearly like metal, incredibly resistant to hits, oils, inks, electricity, high and low temperatures, UV rays, weather conditions, and lastly nearly unbreakable. Not only strong, UltraResin is also quite luxurious with an extremely glossy surface, mother of pearl sheen and marbleized colors. Whether it be a deep black or a clear shine.
GlueLess Technology: The new Avatar, Pineider has been developed with a new assembly technology, called GlueLess. Thanks to 3D engineering and high precision manufacturing, each individual pen is assembled without using a single drop of glue. Every component precisely fits each other by simple framed parts.
Colors: The collection is released in 5 colors plus deep black: Abalone green, Neptune Blue, Riace Bronze, Angel Skin, Devil Red and Graphene Black
Writing Devices: T the ball point is powered with latest softline technology.
Clip: A sophisticated solid steel clip compensated from inner spring and mechanism built in the cap top of the pen.
Band: Finely engraved and inspired from the skyline of Florence.