“Houston, do you read?” takes on a whole new meaning with a Fisher Space Pen.
This is the only pen on the market that has literally been to space and
back. Since 1967, it’s been on every manned mission with both American
and Russian astronauts.
With a Space Pen, you can write upside down, underwater, in freezing
temperatures, in boiling temperatures, over grease, and even in zero
gravity with style. This is achieved by combining a tungsten-carbide
ballpoint with thixotropic ink, hermetically sealed under such pressure
that it can write just about anywhere for a very, very long time, and without the need for gravity like regular pens.
Celebrating the 45th anniversary of the first moon landing on 20th July 1969, this unique space pen depicts a stream of stars upon an impressive blue titanium nitride barrel, mimicking the race of stars that would have flown past the Apollo 11
during its flight. Modelled on the exact pen used during Apollo 11
’s flight, this is a pen that all space enthusiasts can admire.
AG7-45 45th Anniversary First Moon Landing Astronaut Space Pen features:
- Made in the USA.
- Blue titanium nitride finish with chrome engraving.
- Design mimics the movement of stars through space, as seen through a space shuttle.
- Withstands temperatures of -34°C to 121°C.
- Writes underwater, upside down, over most grease, and in a vacuum.
- Thixotropic black ink in pressurised reservoir writes at any angle.
- Precision steel socket and tungsten-carbide ballpoint.
- Retractable nib. Click the end to start writing, and the ball beside the clip to retract it again.
- Presented in a Fisher Space Pen storage case.