Hoverpen 2.0 // Interstellar Edition
Inspired by the infinite universe, the Hoverpen 2.0: Interstellar Edition may just be the most mesmerizing pen in the galaxy.
Serene and perfectly aligned, this writing instrument balances at a 23.5° angle on an innovative pedestal that creates a magnetic field to keep the pen in perfect suspension. There are no batteries, just an eye-catching desk centerpiece that quickly becomes a smooth, satisfying ballpoint pen with an easy-glide writing experience.
4.13"L x 2.56"W x 8.07"H
— Engineered To Defy Gravity At 23.5° Angle
— High Precision CNC-Machined Construction
— Designed With Less Than 0.1mm Margin For Error
— Magnetic Cap
— Aluminum Body
— Brass Tip
— D1 International Specification Ballpoint Refill Made by Schmidt (Germany)
— No Batteries Or Electronics
— Includes Zinc Alloy Magnetic Repulsion Pedestal (3.5"L x 3"W x 1.8"H)
Yes, it would only take a couple of seconds to take out and put in a new ink cartridge with the special tool that will come with the pen.What refills is it compatible with?
The pen is compatible with the international standard D1 ballpoint refill.What is the color of the ink?
The pen comes with black ink, one cartridge included in the pen, and a refill.Does the pen come with the table stand and what angle does this particular version stand?
The pen will come with the matching stand in the picture, and it is standing at a 23.5 degree angle.Does the Mars Magma come with the black stand?
Yes, the Mars Magma comes with the black stand?Does this pen come with the case?
No, it does not come with a case.Will the magnetic field ever evaporate and pen no longer can stay free in air?
As long as the pedestal is not stored at a place of over 80° C (176° F), the Hoverpen and the Pedestal will not lose any of their magnetic power over time.Is the base black for all of the color pens?
Yes, the base is Black for all colors.
Shipping AvailabilityUnited States
Shipping PolicyStandard Ground Shipping
Ship In1-2 weeks
Return PolicyFinal sale, not eligible for return or cancellation