Monday, August 20, 2007

Instant Pen and Paper Access from PicoPad

The PicoPen comes to the rescue with a brilliant design that fits in a wallet.

How many times a week do you hear someone say, "Hold on, let me find something to write this down with." Especially with those of us who don't carry a purse around all day, finding a pen and some paper is not always easy when we need to jot down a phone number, e-mail address, or "note to self."

This little $3.99 contraption is a great solution. It's small enough to fit in a wallet or camera case, yet when you pull it out you've got a working pen and 15 sticky notes. It's got a little tab that helps you hold onto the tiny thin pen and another tab on the top of the case so you've got something to grab onto to pull it out of your wallet.

In my tests it fit in both the out-facing credit card slot of my wallet and also in the inside stash space. If you're a wallet-less long-term traveler, it would easily fit in a small camera case pocket or your chosen money stash product. Then when someone gives you a recommendation for that perfect $5 bungalow in the next town, you don't have to commit it to memory.

Get it in a variety of colors at the Everyday Innovations site or buy PicoPen at Amazon.

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