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Golfers Tee Pen

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Special Price £0.47 was £9.00 Save £8.53
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  • Golf styled pen
  • Retractable ballpoint pen
  • Chrome plated metal construction
  • Tee shaped design
  • Club shaped clip
  • Pocket sized
  • Measures approx. 10cm x 2cm
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With the Golfers Tee Pen there will be no more rough note taking, from now on you can draw like a pro! Not only is this pen a perfect gift for avid golfers but it’s also really handy to carry around with you. On par with some of the best small pens out there, this pen is made from a chrome plated metal construction and has a ballpoint mechanism. The tee shaped design combined with club shaped clip and ball on top, will make you become the envy of all your golfing friends.

Cross your tees and dot your I’s in true golfing style with the Golfers Tee Pen.

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    The most misleading product ever! - Review by
    Now I will find the humour in this tale as much as the next person, however I feel I must write this review to warn others (whom may be as stupid as my partner). He went out today as keen as ever (not) to purchase a novelty Christmas present for his friend, who is interested in the wonderful sport (not a sport) of Golf! He ventured into the local RED5 gadget shop and was so excited to see this gadget. Like many who may look at the pictures of this product, he was fooled into thinking that this fully functioning ordinary pen could magically transform into a top of the range golf tee in which his friend would be able to use on the course. Excited with his find and thinking he would be the coolest out of his mates, he purchased this product (5p dearer in the shop than on here). He couldn't wait to take this product home and test it out before his friend could. However much to his disappointment he discovered that this so called 'gadget' was a normal everyday pen (not even a good one) with an incredibly tiny golf ball stuck on the end of it. He now realises he has fallen into the trap of being a consumer muppet and will hopefully learn from this lesson. To all you other rash purchasers out there let this be a lesson, thoroughly check the product you are buying and make sure it is exactly what you think it is going to be. A lot of money wasted on a frankly rubbish pen.