4x Golf Scope Sport Telescope Golfing Range Finder 10mm

| February 17, 2012 | 2 Comments

4x Golf Scope Sport Telescope Golfing Range Finder 10mm

  • 4x Golf Scope Sport Telescope Golfing Range Finder 10mm

New 4x Golf Scope. This is a new 4X golf scope. It measures the distance a standard golf flap post is away from you to determine which club to use. A wristband cord is attached so you can wear it comfortably around the wrist. The golf scope is adjustable for clear viewing. It measures approximately 3 7/16″ x 1 3/4″ (86.2 x 44.45mm). We work hard to update our descriptions and pictures of our merchandise. As part of a process of ongoing innovation by our suppliers, newer versions of the item show

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Price: $ 1.50

True Utility Telepen Telescopic Pen

  • Engineered in stainless steel
  • Telescoping pen 115-Millimeter extended 50-Millimeter compact
  • Ergonomic ball point pen
  • 3 Refills included

Take Note – A full length pen that is as small as your door key? Now that’s something to write home about! This beautifully crafted miniature stainless steel pen is only 50mm long when in the closed position. That is no bigger than a typical door key! With just a simple tug, it smoothly extends to a full 115mm to become an instantly useable full size quality pen. it will always be there – on your key ring, or attached to a bag or item of clothing, for you to use at a moments notice. Never be w

List Price: $ 4.77

Price: $ 4.77

 

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  1. Anthony D. Fischer says:
    24 of 25 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent Pen But Keep an Eye On It, December 7, 2010
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    Anthony D. Fischer (Germantown, TN) –
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    The pen arrived as described. It even came with several extra pen refills. The pen wrote well and felt good in my hand.

    My only problem with this pen is I dont feel it is secure enough. The pen is held in the keyring holder by friction. I hooked it to my messenger bag when I received it and I promptly lost it within 3 days. It must have caught on something and pulled out of the holder. I really wish it had some sort of screw on mechanism rather than a friction holder.

    I think if you put this on your keyring and had it in your pocket or purse it would work well. Just use caution if you plan on attaching it to a purse, backpack, etc.

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  2. RG says:
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Handy little pen, August 22, 2010
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    RG (California) –
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    I like keeping a small pen in my pocket for moments such as when I’m at the ATM and realize I don’t have anything to fill out the deposit slip with. I’ve used the Inka pen and PicoPen and found both to be very capable. However the Inka is slightly large for my keychain, and the PicoPen, while small enough, is a little uncomfortable to use because it is so small. The Telepen hits a nice sweet spot. It is actually the shortest of the 3 pens, although it has a larger diameter than the PicoPen. But once you extend it, it is just long enough for me to hold semi-comfortably. Because of the smaller-than-average diameter, it’s not as comfortable as holding a regular size pen, but it is good enough to use for short periods of time.

    One feature that is a plus and a minus is the cap. The pen snaps very securely into the cap so there is very little danger of it accidentally falling out. However it usually requires two hands and a very firm pull to remove the pen from the cap. I prefer the one-handed easy opening of the PicoPen.

    The build quality seems ok. I have been EDCing it in my pocket for a couple months and it has held up fine so far. So it appears to be solid enough to withstand normal wear and tear even though it doesn’t feel quite as well-built as the other pens.

    It comes with 3 refills, but each refill contains less than 1″ worth of ink so it doesn’t hold much ink. But you can refill it easily since it uses the same diameter refill as some other pens such as the BAZIC Silver Mini 4-Color Pen with Cushion Grip 4 Per Pack,Red/Green/Blue/Black, although you have to cut down the length to fit in the Telepen.

    One other plus of the Telepen is the low cost. It’s very inexpensive compared to most other keychain pens.

    Overall I like the Telepen best for keychain duty. The PicoPen is a better wallet pen because of the smaller diameter. And the Inka Pen is more versatile because it can be extended to a full-size pen. But for everyday pocket duty, the Telepen works best for me.

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