Limit 5 per customer!
Made in U.S.A.
Serial Numbered ( Extremely Limited Production Embassy Pen Brass )
CAGE : 5VKB6
Made in our private machine lab
Stronger Pen and Improved Internal Thread Design
Welcome all pen collectors and all-purpose pen users. We are fortunate enough to offer the new Brass embassy pen after recently acquiring a small batch from a government contract. The pen is robust and made to last a lifetime; whether it's on the training field or in the office. A black medium spr4 pressurized fisher space pen refill, good from -30F to +250F is included. The machined deep knurled grip is made for non-slip use. The built in 301 grade stainless steel clip provides a secure fit in your pants or in your EDC bag.
Unfortunately like many of our contracted products, when they are gone, they will not return.
Don't let the low price fool you. This is a great pen, at a great price.
Contains Schmidt® Pressurized Ink Cartridge - German Made!
Megaline 4889 M refill / Upgrade from the SPR4 ( Both Fit In Interchangeably in the pen )
The CountyComm Embassy Pen industrial design purposely DOES NOT provide for the cap to fit on the back of the barrel. There are several reasons for this, one will become apparent when someone asks to borrow your pen— loan them the pen while you hold the cap and you will get your pen back! Other more discrete reasons are best kept quiet! If you require a pen that holds the cap on the barrel while writing, there are thousands on the market to choose from. If you are looking for a rugged, failsafe, multi-purpose EDC pen, we hope you will choose our distinctive Embassy Pen.
It lives up to the hype, it’s a serious piece of equipment. I bought this because I wanted a high quality EDC pen with a cap to keep out debris, lint, and dust. This fits perfectly clipped inside my left pocket next to my iPhone. Countycomm’s only downfall here is the terrible ink that comes with it -it’s real bad. My 3 year old’s crayons write better. Luckily the Space Pen refills fit and I keep extras of those on hand, I immediately threw out the Schmidt piece of junk (I couldn’t believe how bad it skipped and gunked up from the start. It is terrible). If you’re not going to want to buy your own Space Pen refill, this Schmidt ink is a deal breaker and makes this $100 pen write like a Bic from your local auto body shop. As for the brass pen itself -superb.
So I've been buying CC gear for a while now. It's become a bit of a habit if I'm being honest. I especially love all things brass that CC makes. Brass just says "heirloom piece" to me for some reason. This pen was in my wish list for quite some time and I finally jumped on it out of impulse and also fear of missing out on a CC item that could perhaps disappear... I've had this happen before. That being said; I love the look and feel, the weight in your hand. It's the kind of piece that I'd be apprehensive to take it away from my desk out into the harsh world of lost/stolen/destroyed things. I have twin 8 year old boys and I've been buying some nice niche heirloom type things for them for a while to gift them here and there as they get older, or old enough to appreciate and be safe with (like nice pocket knives in later years etc.) and this pen is definitely one of those items. One small thing about this pen is the ink cartridges seem to be hit or miss but it's not such a big deal getting a dud cartridge or one that writes a little ugly, easy fix 5 bucks for a new one. Looking forward to maybe the copper Embassy Pen making a return...? Fine work as always, CC!
Gorgeous pen, with a perfect heavy weight. This isn't meant to be used to journal with or write for a long time with, but it is quite a statement piece to hand to a client when needed.
Firstly, what is in the description is correct: for any fine pen you want to keep and keep someone from walking away with, give them the writing portion only and you hang onto the cap. I've kept a nice Pelikan fountain for many years this way. I purchased this Embassy Brass Pen in late 2015 and it has traveled with me to several countries and has always cleared security (Bahamas, St. Maarten, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Scotland, and England, and a couple of others). This is at security at sea ports before boarding cruises and at airports. I always open the cap and place both pieces in the tray before entering the walk-through scanner so security can see "it's just a pen"; the only time I was questioned about it was at Gatwick Airport and that was because the x-ray device wouldn't penetrate the pen. I opened it for the security person and she was satisfied.
My pen accepts Fisher Space Pen refills and they work great. You do have to periodically check to make sure the cap and refill end on the pen body are both tightened or you will find just the cap clipped to your pants pocket, not realizing the body of the pen has (hopefully) fallen into your pants pocket, and having a cold rush of you-know-what to your heart. It has been such a faithful companion to me over the years and has provided comfort knowing it's there if I need it to be more than "just a pen" that I gave one to each of my sons when they graduated from high school. Well worth the purchase.