We’ve all been there. You’ve just landed on the moon and get a call on your mobile and need to take down a number, then that inevitable moment happens where you frantically scribble on the nearest bit of space paper trying to get your pen working. Nightmare.
Thankfully those clever bods at Fisher came up with a nifty solution for NASA in the form of a Space Pen that is guaranteed to write whatever the conditions – upside down, in zero gravity, extremes of temperature, and even underwater. Precision stainless steel tungsten carbide ball points and the fully pressurised ink cartridge in all Space Pens means it writes longer, cleaner and more consistently than any other pen.
Neil and his crew took Space Pens on that historic first flight to the moon and since then they have been part of an astronauts essential stationery kit. In celebration of over 40 years of supersonic space exploration Fisher designed a new limited edition pen, complete with delicate engravings that depict the happenings of that auspicious day back in 1969.
Not only do these work in space, they will also be more than adequate for any underwater scribbling you might like to do. Perfect for those times you remember an essential for the TO DO list whilst Scuba diving.