A simple EDC case to protect your pocket knife and Fisher Space Pen in USA veg tanned harness leather. Works great with Great Eastern Cutlery traditional slip joint knives.
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The pen may be mightier than the sword, but now you don't have to choose and can carry both in one simple package. This holds a Fisher Space Pen BULLET and a pocket knife of your choice. It was designed for everyday carry specifically for Great Eastern Cutlery and other similar sized pocket knives.
This is sized for the Fisher Space Pen Bullet as well as the Kaweco Liliput. It may fit other pens.
Fits knives up to about 9cm (3.75") closed length of moderate thickness (1/2"). So it works great with Great Eastern Cutlery traditional slip joint knives: patterns 14, 15, 55, 66, 77, 83, 85 and also Victorinox Farmer, Cadet, and other pocket knives.
Pen and knife not included, this is just the case.
Black, Brown, Tan
The black, olive and chestnut are Wickett & Craig's harness leather--simply awesome. The "natural" color is Wickett & Craig skirting leather, and it will age dramatically over time, darkening to a deep caramel color. All colors will age wonderfully, developing a killer patina.
Our products are 100% handmade in our little garage workshop in California. No sewing machines, no assembly lines. Just top quality raw materials put together by hand. To learn more, check out Etsy's 2012 feature of my shop: http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2012/featured-shop-one-star-leather-goods/ And read more about my philosophy at http://onestarleathergoods.com/philosophy/
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Jul 23, 2023
This is the second one I’ve purchased. Three years ago, I got one, put my Victorinox Swiss Army Climber knife in one side, and a bronze Fisher Space Pen in the other. I carried it every day - work, play, and in between. In the humid area of the South where I live, things tend to get pretty damp. The leather wore to a nice patina quickly. After two years, the pen would show a little green corrosion when taking it out. Since it’s usually to hand to someone to use, I’d feel the need to clean it first, so I figured it was time to get a new one. I could probably let the old one dry out and then start rotating between them, but I’m enjoying watching the wear patterns start with this new one. I’ll be back in a few years to re-equip.
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