The Fenix Halberd T5 Aluminum Alloy Tactical Pen is not only an exquisite writing instrument, but it’s also designed to be used in tactical situations. First and foremost, a tactical pen should be a great for writing, and with its German SCHMIDT® pressurized refill, this pen performs this task perfectly. The pen’s body is made of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy with a hardened steel strike bezel which makes it strong enough to handle any emergency, self-defense, or tactical challenge. Lightweight with elaborate CNC machining, the Fenix Halberd T5 Aluminum Alloy Tactical Pen will become your favorite pen to use every day or to give as a gift— even for the most discerning pen aficionado.
Length: 5.4” (136mm)
Diameter: 0.5” (12.5mm)
Weight: 1.0 oz. (27.5g)
6061-T6 Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Alloy
Tungsten Steel Hard Alloy Strike Bezel
German SCHMIDT® Pressurized Pen Refill
Elaborate CNC Machining
• Black/Black ink
T5 Tactical Pen
2 x spare O-rings
Cloth Carry Bag
I bought this pen for my every day carry pen in 2020. I have used it everyday since. It writes well and has held up the abuse I put it through on a daily basis. I hated when this pen got discontinued but will use it as long as it lasts (at this rate it will be passed along to my grandchildren) Thank you for making such a great product.
I LOVE my Fenix UC52 much more than my UC35! The battery percentage display is the best feature. It's nice to know before hand if you need to charge your light instead of being in the middle of the dark using your light and it all of a sudden dims way down and the button flashing red. I really wish they would bring the UC52 back or something similar with a display.
Solid pen, writes well
Nice writing pen with good feel. Very sturdy. Nice design. I purchased this tactical pen to see if it was something that I would take anywhere and if it would make a good gift. I believe that the answer is yes to both. The person's comment regarding the possibility of the O-rings coming off helped me take a little more care when moving the cap from one end to the other. Moving the cap is no big deal.
Does everything it says it will, feels like an armored Lamborghini in the hand and writes smooth, couldn't tell it wasn't like my G2's.
I bought the Ti model. I love the look of this pen. I was a bit disappointed when the silicon gasket fell off twice without my noticing and disappeared in the first 4 days I used the pen. I don't think the gasket was put on in the "groove" at the factory, and I must have made the same mistake when I replaced it the first time. I'm more careful now when taking off the cap from either end to make sure the gasket stays in place, as it only comes with a couple of replacements, and the action is not so nice without the gaskets in place. Be aware that unscrewing the cap and screwing it on to the other end of the pen is a "process," so if instant access to a pen is important, this may not be your pen of choice. You have to enjoy the ritual of opening it up and closing it back down. Also, the German ink cartridge that comes with the pen started getting blotchy after just a few days of writing. I replaced it with a Fisher Space pen refill, and I like it better. The machined quality of the pen is truly nice, as it should be for the price. I'm going to get an aluminum model or two for gifts. Nice product!