KGB Disappearing Ink Pen

by edwin - on June 3rd, 2009

Remember back in the days where you were kids and anything that made it feel as though you were a spy gave you kicks? While this might apply to boys, I’m pretty sure girls too, like to send secret messages of their crushes to friends. With the KGB Disappearing Ink Pen, you can now relive your spy heydays, as anything written with this will disappear in a moment.

This pen features a special gel ink developed by real KGB scientists during the Cold War (and made in Russia), that disappears completely. Because it is a gel pen, you don’t need to press hard which prevents paper indenting. You’ll notice the ink fading within a matter of minutes – and it will be completely gone within 48 hours. And not just faded – gone! Even UV scanners won’t be able to detect that anything was ever written with the KGB Disappearing Ink Pen.

Something tells me ThinkGeek released their 2010 April Fool’s catalogue a good one year early with this $14.99 device…

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