Bullet Space Pen - The Space Pen utilizes revolutionary technology to make sure it performs in a variety of situations for use on Earth and Galaxies far far away.
Tungsten Cerakote Bullet Space Pen
Imagine being able to write a date on your calendar without your pen skipping. This is just one of the many challenges Fisher faced when it attempted to create a pen that could work in outer-space. The Space Pen utilizes revolutionary technology to make sure it performs in a variety of situations. Upside down, its side, through water, or in extreme temperatures, the Fisher Space Pen contains a sealed pressurized refill (SPR) that will perform. Even if you aren't a space explorer, the Fisher Space Pen can guarantee you can record every event of your next adventure without a second thought.
Writes upside down, under water, freezing cold, boiling heat, carbonless paper, latex gloves.
Bullet Space Pen was the very first pen to be created by Paul C. Fisher in 1948. Fisher worked at an airplane propeller factory during WWII and applied the knowledge he gleaned about ball bearings to his very first ballpoint pen.
The Bullet measures 95 mm in length but extends once the cap is slid on the end of the pens. The Bullet line of pens feel incredible in your palm and features the proprietary pressurized Fisher Space Pen ink refill.