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  • Military Space Pen Matte Black - Blesket Canada
    $29.00

    Military Space Pen Matte Black

    Single hand activation makes this model the pen of choice for construction crews, law enforcement, firefighters, military, first responders, m...

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    $29.00
  • AG7 Astronaut pen - Blesket Canada
    $99.00

    AG7 Astronaut pen

    The AG7 Astronaut pen was designed by Fisher Space Pen Company with the sole purpose of writing in zero gravity earning the label "The Pen That Wen...

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    $99.00
  • Black Titanium Nitride Coated Bullet - Blesket Canada
    $95.00

    Black Titanium Nitride Coated Bullet

    Coated in black titanium nitride, this brass pen can write at any angle due to the pressurized Fisher Space Pen refill. The all metal pen comp...

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    $95.00
  • Raw Brass Military Pen - Blesket Canada
    $49.00

    Raw Brass Military Pen

    Writes upside down - at any angle, under water, through grease, extreme temperatures (-30 to +250 degrees F), on almost any surface, three times l...

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    $49.00
  • Bullet Space Pen - Blesket Canada
    from $40.00

    Bullet Space Pen

    Bullet Space Pen - For use on Earth and Galaxies far away. Writes upside down, under water, freezing cold, boiling heat, carbonless paper, latex ...

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Fisher Space Pen

Writing instruments that function anywhere!
Writes upside down, under water, freezing cold, boiling heat, carbonless paper, latex gloves.
Used by Astronauts, Law Enforcement, Military, Search & Rescue, Coast Guard, EMS, Fire-Fighters, Doctors, Mountain Climbers, Trades, and more...
Space Pen was developed as a result of Fisher's experiments with new ink formulations and method of pressurizing a pen. When astronauts started to explore the reaches of outer-space, Fisher realized that no existing pen could perform in the boiling hot, freezing cold, gravity less void. Fisher designed and patented a pump action AG7 pen that would pressurize a special ink for about 30 seconds of write out so pen could write at any angle or zero gravity.  A patent was applied for then granted and the AG7 pens were sent to NASA, tested and approved for use.
Unlike ordinary ball pens which rely on gravity to feed ink, the replaceable refill cartridge of the Space Pen® is pressurized. At nearly 35 pounds per square inch, ink is continuously fed to the tungsten carbide ball, allowing the user to write at any angle, even upside down.