The Motley Guy still writes checks and I’m pretty sure there are many reading this that do, too. Even though there’s not much money in there, guarding my bank account from stealing is a top priority. Pentel’s Hyper G roller ball retractable gel pen allows me to feel “Triple Safe”.
What do I mean?
THE PENTEL HYPER G PEN
Earth Safe – The Pentel Hyper G is earth safe because it is part of Pentel’s Recycology effort – making products made with recycled material. The Hyper G is 57% recycled by weight. Pretty nifty if you ask me. Anything you want to write with (mechanical pencil, dry erase marker, highlighter, gel pen, ballpoint pen) – we have a recycled alternative for you in Pentel Recycology. Not only is it recycled, it is refillable – with Pentel KLR7 refills.
People Safe – Simply stated, the Pentel Hyper G ink is AP Non-Toxic, it’s safe for all to use. Not-so-simply-stated, “AP Non-Toxic” means that toxicologists at the Art & Creative Materials Institute (ACMI) certify that the product does not contain toxic or injurious materials in sufficient quantity to harm children or adults. This seal replaces the previous nontoxic seals including: CP (Certified Product), AP (Approved Product), and HL (Health Label, non-toxic).
and most importantly to the Motley Guy’s pocket:
Check Safe – There are people out there that want the cash you have in your bank account. They’re called criminals.
For those folks who have seen Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks in Catch Me If You Can, you should know how much of a crazy business check-washing was before and is now. With common household chemicals, criminals can erase the ink used to write checks – everything but the signature, of course – and soon thereafter, have a blank check at their disposal. The Pentel Hyper G is pigment based, so is permanent, waterproof and check safe.
In short, The Pentel Hyper G helps keep:
Not only that, it writes smoothly with low viscosity, has a latex-free grip, and it’s retractable, so it will protect my clean blue shirt.