A pen is a means to something greater than itself. It’s a tool of mass construction. It grants the power to move nations, to touch people’s hearts and souls—to make something from nothing.
The Squire pen is designed with an underlying philosophy of simplicity, usefulness, and community.
0.6mmsteel pen tip
Smart design is crucial when it comes to the subtleties of a simple item. We carefully considered every detail to create a great tool for exploration.
We carefully considered every detail
to create a great tool for exploration.
Two functions, one moving part.
A single mechanism enables you to extend the tip and access the interior cartridge.
No caps or clicking. The Squire is designed to open smoothly while keeping its simple form intact.
The rollerball ink cartridge is customized for the Squire. It is easy to remove and replace when you’re ready for a refill.
Cut from a solid block of high-grade aluminum, the Squire is a reliable tool that will last generations.
Comfort you can feel. Subtle widening of the pen body from top to bottom prevents your fingers from sliding down.
Take notes to learn, sketch out new ideas, brainstorm with mind maps—the options are endless.
Take the blank page and make it yours. Take notes to learn, sketch out new ideas, brainstorm with mind maps—the options are endless.1
Pen and paper has been compared against screen use, with studies showing that reading from a device has a significantly higher rate of distraction.2
Writing notes by hand versus taking notes via keyboard results in a noticeable increase in information retention and recall.3
3.2xMore likely to avoid distraction
A pen is a means to something greater than itself. Same goes for a notebook. Combine the two and the possibilities are endless.Shop Idea Toolset
Our customers shape all of our products through a continuous, emphasized feedback cycle with the Baronfig team.
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1. Michinov, N. Is Electronic Brainstorming or Brainwriting the Best Way to Improve Creative Performance in Groups? An Overlooked Comparison of Two Idea‐Generation Techniques.
2. Baron, S. N. Reading In A Digital Age.
3. Clinton, V. Reading From Paper Compared To Screens: A Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis.