Nite Ize completes Acquisition of Inka
Mar 13, 2007
Boulder, Colorado, March 13, 2007 - Nite Ize, Inc., announced today that it has completed the acquisition of the Inka brand of writing instruments.
April 10, 2007
If you're looking for a high-tech and easily pocketable pen...
Jan 1, 2007
Pen World Magazine Reviews the Inka Pen
|Emmys Gift Bag Review
Sep 11, 2006
The Pen for a Lifetime
When I heard that the Inka Titanium pen was going to be in a gift bag at one of the Academy's official Emmy events...
Aug 15, 2006
Wired Magazine's Gadget Lab evaluates the Titanium Inka Pen and gives it a rating of 9 out of 10.
|USMS Swimmer Gadget Watch
Jun 21, 2006
Although the Inka's portability, durability--and undeniable cool factor--make it the go-to pen for extreme adventure, even landlubbers can get behind a pen this versatile.
|Inka Titanium Pen Review by AficionadoZone.com
Apr 9, 2006
Inka's self-proclaimed mission is to develop a new product category of writing instruments that are specifically designed for use in extreme environments. With their Inka Titanium, I think they've succeeded. Not only is the pen suited to its target "adventurer" audience, but it is just as comfortable living a much more plebian existence in the pocket of a road warrior.
|Inka Pen Review by I4U.com
Mar 28, 2006
I am usually not interested in reviewing Pens. The Inka Pen is different. It's high quality and versatility promises convinced me to take a closer look. Inka delivers a pen manufactured in high quality. Its lightweight and sturdy design makes it convenient to carry around at all times. It will definitely stay on my keychain.
|A Mightier Pen
Mar 27, 2006
Gadget-heads will appreciate the $25 Inka pen's well-tooled carbon fiber and stainless steel construction
|Inka Pen Reviewed by Light Reading
Mar 3, 2006
The Inka Pen kicks off the first entry in our reviews section. Now, I'm not a pen specialist, but I genuinely appreciate practical gear that makes my life easier. I'm looking for solutions to problems, and the pen fills its niche very well.
|Backpackgeartest -Marie-Noelle Augendre
Feb 13, 2006
During the past four months, the Inka Pen has been the only pen I have taken everywhere with me. It is permanently clipped to my keyring, so there is no way I can forget and leave it at home.
|Backpackgeartest -Mark Wood
Jan 4, 2006
After two months, this pen has seen a lot of use and is holding up like a champ! I have carried this pen in my pocket on my key chain almost every day now since it was received.
|Denver Post Review
Nov 27, 2005
Some gear is just pure guilty pleasure, although it's a bonus when it turns out to be useful, too.
|Fitness Travel Gear Review
Oct 7, 2005
I have to have a pen with me wherever I go...to write in my journal, to take notes, to jot down directions. My new Inka pen, precision engineered and constructed with aerospace-grade materials, is all I need for all of my outdoor adventures.
Oct 5, 2005
It started from a prototype he built entirely out of materials from McGuckins. It's morphed into a small enterprise that has garnered attention from The L.A. Times, Newsweek and outdoors giant R.E.I.
Aug 11, 2005
INKA DEBUTS TITANIUM/CARBON FIBER ALL-WEATHER PEN AT OUTDOOR RETAILER SUMMER MARKET
Aug 2, 2005
www.joshspear.com reviews the Inka pen.
Aug 1, 2005
The August issue of Boating Magazine selects the Inka pen in its feature on the top gadgets under $30.
Jul 21, 2005
Writing on the Road
How often are you looking for a pen while on the road?
|Boulder County Fit -You too can be cool
Jul 14, 2005
Extreme Weather Pen
New from Boulder's own Inka Corporation, an all-weather, extreme pen is a convertible writing utensil that expands from its watertight, compact container to a full-size pen.
|The Daily Camera: Cool Gear
Jun 22, 2005
The Little Pen that Could: Inka pen braves heat and cold, writes upside down. For anyone who needs to write upside down or in extreme heat or cold, the Inka Pen writes at any temperature or angle.
|Gadling.com reviews the Inka Pen
May 23, 2005
I am a pen fanatic. Sounds weird, I know, but over the years I’ve used so many crappy pens that I now am pretty finicky about what I take with me.
Mar 15, 2005
Paddling.net reviews the Inka Pen in its New Product Guide
Just when you thought your 29 cent Bic pen was good enough, out comes the Inka Extreme Travel Pen.
|Salt Lake Tribune Feature
Feb 11, 2005
Hottest, coolest must-have...
Each time the Outdoor Retailer show comes to town, The Tribune gets calls from gear geeks and backcountry enthusiasts wondering if the huge event at the Salt Palace is open to the public...
|Los AngelesTimes Feature
Feb 9, 2005
Four products from the OR trade show in Salt Lake City were chosen for the L.A. times gear guide review.
|Winter Market Gear Picks
Jan 31, 2005
The OR Daily at the 2005 Outdoor Retailer Winter Market selects the Inka Pen as the top gear pick.
|BackpackingLight Magazine Review
Jan 30, 2005
If the Inka pen has not won a design award, it will. It is a marvel of precision-engineering and attention to detail, and it weighs 0.6 ounces! Its approximately 3-inch long body includes a split ring so that the pen can be attached anywhere. The cartridge is pressurized...