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Fisher Space Pen Men's Original Astronaut Space Pen
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- Made in USA
- Writes at any angle, even in Zero Gravity. Simply the most versatile pen ever made.
- Writes in extreme temperatures from -30F to 250F
- Each Fisher Space Pen is precision assembled, hand tested, and carries an unconditional lifetime guarantee.
- All Brass and steel construction
- Sold in original box from the manufacturer
- Made in USA
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Originally created in the 1940s and sent to space with the NASA Apollo missions, the Fisher Space Pen is designed to be compact enough to fit in a pocket, yet perfectly balanced while writing. The pressurized ink cartridge writes at any angle, upside down, and in extreme hot and cold temperatures. Chrome finish and pocket clip.
Top Customer Reviews
About the only complaint I have is that this pen is not at all offered in the great looking "laqured brass" version that most Fisher pen lines offer, I have repeatedly written Fisher requesting a laqured brass version to no avail, hopefully it'll happen someday, maybe about the same time I'm promoted to Sgt.
Anyway, I have quite a few spacepens, including the AG-7, this CH-4, a few of the bullet pens, and a couple cap-o-matics as well. I do not have experience with either the MARS or Millenium II, because they look uncomfortably thick to hold.
I'm going to start with what I think is the CH-4's main competitor...
The AG-7 is a great pen, I think you should own one. The only problem, is that during extended use the pen begins to feel a bit top-heavy because of the taper and the thickness. The pen's weight is a great quality, but if it's hot and your hand is sweating, the grooves can be insufficient for easy gripping. I think the mechanism makes up a significant portion of the weight. The clicks are smooth and satisfying - I find myself clicking it while I am not writing, but just walking and holding the pen.
The CH-4 is a fantastic pen! You need to own one. There is no problem with this pen. After using and loving the AG-7 for months, I tried the CH-4 because of the cooler pen-clip imprint (SPACE w/orbit logo, contrasted with AG-7). The barrel of the pen is straight and only begins to taper at the proper point. The pen itself is still pleasantly heavy, and the mechanism is very satisfying as well. It does lack some of the click down pressure, compared to what is required with the AG-7, as well as some of the release power.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great pen I love it. Solid weight that feels good in the hand. The clip seems sturdy enough, which have a tendency to break for me. All in all a great pen with a nice case. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by NoOne
The AG-7 is a very nice pen. It writes smooth and I enjoy using it. For me personally, there are two drawbacks to the AG-7. Read morePublished 1 day ago by FCBill
Always wanted one and had a bad day so I bought one very happy with itPublished 7 days ago by Logan Harman
Not a bad pen, but overall, I was disappointed for the price. First and most important, it writes with a fair amount of friction, which is disappointing for the price paid. Read morePublished 8 days ago by LTF
This is the best pen I've had. It is still writing, I'm a physics student and wrote with it daily, since early December when my wife bought me the pen. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Carl Samuel Sanderson
I bought the basic "Cap-O-Matic" Space Pen Decades ago, and it's still going strong. This is a much more elegant version that I'll use with pleasure, especially after I... Read morePublished 20 days ago by ann