This is a follow-up article to my recent post on Tactile Turn’s Slider and Glider ballpoint pens. If you have not read this article, I recommend you read it first. Both the Shaker and the Mover share many of the characteristics of the other two pens, especially the precisely machined grooves on the surface, which provide a comfortable and tactile grip experience.
The models Shaker and Mover feature a unique and well thought-out click mechanism that is meticulously machined from solid titanium. The durability of titanium makes it a great material to withstand long-term use. When the refill is retracted, it hides about 3 millimeters inside the pen, which reduces the chance of your clothes getting stained with ink. The Shaker is 127 millimeters long and tends to fit better in shirt pockets than the slightly longer Mover. The Shaker comes with a Schmidt Easy Flow 9000 refill, the Mover is equipped with a Pilot G2 refill.
A big thank you goes again to Sascha Stölp from Writing Turning Flipping who sent the pens to me for testing purposes. As a full disclosure, I did not receive any money for reviewing the pens. I duly bought the Tactile Turn Slider and returned the other pens after the review.