Tornado Popper – Under the Radar


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Try to intercept this new Tornado Popper because it will go fast. Only 951 rollerballs have been created with the stealthy appearance that is designed after the XXXXXXX reconnaissance aircraft originally built in XXXX and used by XXXXXXXX until XXXX.  The barrel has been acid-etched with details from the XXXXXXXX and lacquered in a matte black and printed details. Each one is packaged in a commemorative tube to keep safe when it’s not recording.

Watch for the release of this design at your favorite dealer or email customerservice[at]retro51[dot]com.

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5 responses to “Tornado Popper – Under the Radar

  1. I Jones

    Got one! Ordered from Fahrney’s. I wish it was fountain pen, but still super cool!

  2. MintGreen

    What retailers are selling this pen? The ones I checked are sold out. Thank you. Not to be a bad poster, but is that the SR-71?

  3. MintGreen

    Hurray! I have one on order (thank you RK). I was lucky to see the SR-71 on display at the Kansas Cosmosphere. It was an amazing jet. A TV program called Mighty Planes features an episode on the Blackbird. It’s really good and informative. It’s well worth finding.

  4. Maja

    Cool design! (as usual) I deliberately let this one fly by, though, as I’d just ordered a Retro 51 “Typewriter” Tornado rollerball in turquoise from Pen Chalet last week 🙂

  5. MintGreen

    Hurray! I gave this to my Dad for Father’s Day. I said I was very glad he liked the pen. He said I love the pen. For him, that says something. He wouldn’t say it unless he meant it.

    He has a book about Skunk Works, and watches shows about the Blackbird. Thank you Retro 1951, for another great design. The pen number is 111. I like that.

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