Fisher Space Bullet Pen will write in space, upside down. It’s all because of its gravity defying pressurised refill. If you’re not in space, the Bullet Pen and can help you do crosswords and sudoku lying down.
Fisher Bullet Pen writes on adverse surfaces such as plastic and laminex, as well as paper. It also works in weightlessness, underwater, and in extreme heat & cold. Its ridged barrel also stops your hand slipping.
Inventor Paul C. Fisher (1913-2006) created his Bullet shaped pen in the military influenced post-war America of 1948. Fisher’s war-time expertise was in ball bearing manufacture for the famed P51 Mustang fighter plane. After working at Reynolds International Pen Co., he set out on his own to create the Bullet Pen. It was to became a classic of the Streamline Moderne design movement of the mid-20th century.
The Bullet Pen originally had a conventional refill, but when Paul Fisher used his ball bearing expertise to create the famous pressurised refill in 1966, the Bullet Pen left normal behind forever. (The revolutionary refill was also quickly adapted for the purpose designed Fisher AG7 Original Astronaut Pen).
This is the only pen ever to have its own Seinfeld episode Season 3, episode “The Pen”. The cartridge generally lasts 2-3 times as long as regular ballpoints and refills are easily available
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