Fisher Space Pen
Fisher Space Pen - 775-W-ART – Cap-O-Matic Space Pen with White Barrel and Artemis Logo - BallPoint Pen
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For over 50 years, Fisher Space Pen has been proud to have their technology approved and used on every crewed flight into space since 1968 with NASA. Today, space exploration is achieving unimaginable accomplishments, while NASA is continuing to push the envelope of what is possible in space. The Artemis mission takes us back to the lunar surface where NASA and Space X will begin working on greater lunar exploration and development while paving a pathway to Mars.
Fisher Space Pen is proud to make the claim that once again, the #AG7 will be accompanying every crew member to space during the Artemis missions. Don’t pass the chance to grab your own NASA-approved, Artemis branded Cap-O-Matic Space Pen and share your passion for space!
The Cap-O-Matic line utilizes cap activation to extend and retract the point, and each carries a pressurized PR style ink refill cartridge, which means that they offer all of the unique capabilities that are synonymous with Fisher products: they will write upside down - at any angle, underwater, through grease, extreme temperatures (-30 to +250 degrees F), on almost any surface, three times longer than the average pen, and of course in the gravity-free vacuum of space, and all pens are lifetime guaranteed for quality against all manufacturing defects.
Fisher Space Pen’s Sealed Pressurized Ink Cartridge.
- Style: Cap Activation
- Finish: White Barrel with Chrome Cap
- Length: 5.375"
- Cartridge: Fisher PR4 Black ink Medium point
- Packaging: Saturn V Gift Box
Each Fisher Space Pen will write upside down - at any angle, underwater, through grease, in extreme temperatures (-30 to +250 degrees F), on almost any surface, three times longer than the average pen, and of course in the gravity-free vacuum of space.