This $11 tactical pen can write, open bottles, become a flashlight, and even stab someone

Maren Estrada

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Look… we’re not suggesting that you should go around stabbing people with your Ankaka Most Loaded 6-in-1 Tactical Pen. But, should the need for you to defend yourself against an attacker ever arise, you’ll be very happy that you have this tactical pen and its special “self-defense tip.” On top of that, it can also shatter glass if you’re trapped in a car, which might sound silly until you actually need to use it. It can open bottles, it’s a flashlight, it has an integrated hexagonal wrench, and it’s even a screwdriver. Oh, and you can write with it, too. For just $11 with free Prime shipping, it’s no wonder this is the best-selling tactical pen on Amazon.

Here are the bullet points from the product page:

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  • ✅MADE OF ULTRA-STRONG AIRCRAFT ALUMINUM for self defense. Patented thread design at the handle and thumb head allow a thumb grip: the optimal way to fully transfer your power to the target. Won’t break. Won’t rust.
  • ✅PASSES AIRPORT SECURITY CHECK. Designed to be perceived as a pen not as a weapon. Low profile, discreet yet effective self defense pen.
  • ✅LIGHTWEIGHT ballpoint – Weighs half as much as a regular tactical pen when it is detached as the ballpoint only, making it practical for daily use.
  • ✅WRITES SMOOTHLY EVEN WHEN WET, smear-proof ink, ink quickly dries with a consistent ink flow. Also compatible with low-price standard refills.
  • ✅Ultra durable tip for self defense in ONE MOVE OUT FROM YOUR POCKET.

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