Fisher Space Pen - Built for more than just outer space, Fisher Pens will write in just about any condition and on almost any surface. This iconic pen is arguably the most popular pen of the twentieth century.
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Writes in extreme temperatures from -30 F to +250 F
Writes underwater and over wet surfaces
Writes at any angle- even upside down
Made in USA
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This is the only pen on the market that has literally been to space and back. Since 1967, it has been on every manned mission with both American, Chinese and Russian astronauts.
Writes Upside down, under water, in freezing cold, over grease and in outer space!
When closed, Bullet Space Pen is small enough to carry in your wallet, pocket or just about anywhere. When open, it becomes a full sized, evenly balanced writing instrument with unmatched capabilities, rich history, and understated style.
Whether you use it as a pen or just a conversation starter, this iconic pen is a ‘must have’ addition and a staple of any EDC collection.
Each Fisher Space Pen is precision assembled, hand tested, and carries a lifetime promise against all manufacturing defects.
The Fisher Bullet Pen
“It is a product that speaks to the innovation, quality, reliability & performance traditions that are synonymous with our space program.”– Matt Fisher.
What is powerful enough to be at the intersection of NASA, the New York Museum of Modern Art, and Seinfeld? A product that works in virtually any condition and is still made by a family-owned company in the United States.
The original Bullet Space Pen was conceived in July of 1948 by Paul Fisher. But it was his creation of the sealed and pressurized ink cartridge that literally launched the company into space in 1967. Debuting on the Apollo 7 mission in 1968, Fisher Space Pen has been on every NASA manned space flight since and found its way onboard the International Space Station and have been utilized by the Russian and Chinese space programs, as well!