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Fisher Space Pens

Fisher Space Pen rose to prominence when founder Paul Fisher invented a retractable, pressurized pen called the Anti-Gravity 7 (#AG7) that worked flawlessly in zero gravity aboard the first manned Apollo mission in 1968. Five decades later the company continues to thrive with pens still flown aboard every manned space flight.

After Paul Fisher earned NASA as a customer for his revolutionary Space Pen, he continued to focus his efforts on developing unique, quality products. All Fisher Space Pens are handcrafted and able to write underwater, over grease, at any angle, upside down, 3-times longer than the average pen, in extreme temperatures ranging from (-30°F to +250°F), and in zero gravity.

"People find that our technology is by far the most reliable from both a shelf-life and environmental standpoint." says Cary Fisher, now co-owner and Paul's son.

One of Paul Fisher's first ideas was for the iconic Bullet Pen, named for its sleek rounded ends. This particular Space Pen is in The Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection as a symbol of American industrial design. This mid-century modern pen is still available today in 16 colors and finishes and remains one of Fisher Space Pen's most popular gift items.

Fisher's varieties of pens - such as the Trekker Space Pen comes with a breakaway lanyard, making it easily attachable to a belt loop, backpack, purse or climbing gear - are manufactured and assembled in the company's 30,000-square-foot warehouse in Boulder City, Nevada.

 

 Star Spangled Pen

Star Spangled Pen

 Back Packer Pen

Back Packer Pen

 M4 Capomatic Matte Black

M4 Capomatic Matte Black

 Write Outdoors!

Write Outdoors!

 375 Bullet Pen

375 Bullet Pen

 Matte Black Bullet

Matte Black Bullet

 Chrome Bullet

Chrome Bullet

 Gold Bullet

Gold Bullet

 CLUTCH

CLUTCH

 Color Twist Series

Color Twist Series

 Capomatic Series

Capomatic Series

 50th Anniversary

50th Anniversary