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Humanium Metal Pen
Humanium Metal Pen
Humanium Metal Pen
Humanium Metal Pen
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Humanium Metal Pen

The power of this recycled pen is like no other. Firstly, it’s made from Humanium Metal, a unique element made from upcycled illegal firearms that have been seized and melted down.  

Each sale helps support projects tackling violent crime and rebuilding conflicted-afflicted communities in El Salvador. The packaging is repurposed too, by transforming into a handy pen holder for your desk.  

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Combining a Parker ink pen design, with its smooth Rollerball pen nib, makes this refillable pen a modern classic with a truly indelible message. It underlines the causes you care about – and that UNDP cares about – as it relates to our work on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), most notably SDG 16 

  • Product: Length x Width x Height: 136mm x 11.3mm x 11.5 mm (5.35” x    0.44” x 0.45”)  
  • Box: 370mm x 31mm x 37mm (14.6” x 1.22” x 1.46”)  
  • Product weight: 42g (1.5 oz)  
Quick facts 
  • Made from Humanium Metal  
  • Limited edition: 1 of 500 
  • Unique serial number engraving  
  • Packaging repurposed as pen holder/stand  
  • Pen type: Rollerball  
  • Ink colour: Blue (Blue or Black ink refills available) 
  • Ink type: Parker German ink  
  • Refillable: Yes 
  • 1 Humanium metal pen 
  • 1 ink cartridge (replaceable)  
  • 1 wooden pen holder/stand 
  • 1 gift/presentation box 

Discover other products in our Humanium Metal Collectionshop here

Need more ink? Humanium Metal Pen Refills - 3 pack available here. 

This product may be subject to shipping taxes and duties upon delivery. Check out our FAQs and learn more about our shipping and duties policies.
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  • Regular price $170.00

    Supporting victims of armed violence

    The weapons that are melted into Humanium Metal have been cleared for destruction by relevant public national authorities. Every single firearm has gone through a thorough process of verification and origin before it is cleared for destruction. The weapons currently used in our watches are from El Salvador, one of the countries most affected by gun violence.