Rite In The Rain All-Weather Standard Clicker Pens

All-weather standard clicker pens with chrome/plastic barrel

Features

  • Works in the most extreme temperatures
  • Writes upside down and even on wet surfaces
  • Clicker style for added convenience in the field
List Price $10.95
Your Price $10.40
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Standard Clicker Pens is available to buy in increments of 12
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Standard Clicker Pens47 Blue all-weather pen, chrome/plastic barrel
$10.40
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens 57 Red all-weather pen, chrome/plastic barrel
$10.40
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Standard Clicker Pens
47
Blue all-weather pen, chrome/plastic barrel
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$10.40
Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens
57
Red all-weather pen, chrome/plastic barrel
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$10.40
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Rite In The Rain Pen Refill Cartridges 37R Black all-weather pen refill (fits all)
$6.26
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens 47R Blue all-weather pen refill (fits all)
$6.26
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens 57R Red all-weather pen refill (fits all)
$6.26
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37R
Black all-weather pen refill (fits all)
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$6.26
Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens
47R
Blue all-weather pen refill (fits all)
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$6.26
Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens
57R
Red all-weather pen refill (fits all)
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$6.26
These all-weather pens write on wet paper and upside down in temperatures from -30F to 250F. Rite In The Rain's All-Weather Pens are designed to work in extreme temperatures and precipitation.
  • Size - 5 1/4" long
  • Weight - 0.05 lb. ea
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