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The classic Space Pen from Fisher, as exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The thixotropic ink is pressurised with nitrogen, meaning the ink will flow no matter which way up you hold the pen, even in zero gravity, hence the fact that it was used by NASA on the Apollo space missions (the AG7 pen was the model used).
This ballpoint pen can write upside down, underwater, in temperatures from from -30F to 250F, and, should you need it, in space. Tim Peake may or may not have used one but with 11 finishes to choose from, this compact ballpen would be just perfect for the International Space Station. Or your pocket.
This is the brass version and so will wear and change as you use it, and may require cleaning to polish it over time.Other finishes available.
- Size: 9cm closed / 13.5cm open
- Comes in a gift box
- Comes with medium black insert
- Clips and pen cases available
- Nasa technology!
What we like about this product:
- Writes brilliantly
- Compact size makes it easy to carry around
- Fabulous gift
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