“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.
And while your tablet computer or smartphone probably won’t work in
space (as far as we know!), Fisher’s Tec Tough Space Pen and Stylus
can still be appreciated on Earth. Use this pen’s silicone rubber ends
tap away on your smartphone, tablet computer or any other touch-screen,
selecting the wider or narrower ends depending on the device you need to
Tec Touch Space Pen & Styluses features:
Made in America.
- Metallic metal finish on barrel.
Withstands temperatures between -34°C and 121°C.
Ink writes underwater, upside down, over most grease, in zero gravity, and in a vacuum.
Uses Fisher thixotropic ink, sealed under pressure.
Precision steel socket and tungsten-carbide medium ballpoint.
- Includes styluses on both ends of the pen to use with tablets
and touch-screens. Use the narrower stylus to navigate touch-screen
devices with smaller screens.
- Capped design with pocket clip.
Presented in a Fisher Space Pen storage case.