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Fisher Space Pen ST Space-Tec Pen with Black Ink, Medium Point, Black Rubber Coated
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- 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 a lifetime guarantee against all manufacturing defects
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The retractability is a bit shaky. Sometimes you need to tweak here and there to ensure it retracts and the grip is a bit uncomfortable.
I kind of hoped a bit more perfection for the price I payed but considering the refills only cost about $4, maybe this is as good as it gets. It still think it is priceless to be able to write upside down, or on your lap, or underwater for that matter, so I will not nitpick.
Update: I've found the best fisher space pen combo. A Zebra F-701 pen with the fisher space pen insert. All you have to do is remove the plastic insert inside the pen's head and your refill will fit in there and feel good. This is a much more solid pen...more weight but it feels really nice. Thanks to X4CTO's youtube channel for showing this modification.
I was the star of the family when I graduated to the Fisher Space Original Astronaut Space Pen, which differed a bit from the Cap-O-Matic model in design, quality and price. We all knew the famous story about how the astronauts wrote happily with the pens in space - Mr. Fisher invented this ink/refill especially for them - but one crucial mission was saved by the astronaut jamming his Space Pen into a space where a lever had broken off.
This pen somewhat resembles the Space Pen. In essence, this is a cheap plastic pen like any other of its general style - precious little to recommend it, really, and that costs it one star. It's the Fisher refills I use; to heck with these $8, $10 and $30 pens. I love writing with a Refills for Bullet Fisher Space Pen 3 Pack Black SPR4 (this is my preferred refill to use). Saves time and money to dispense with the pen and write with the refill. You pays your coin, you makes your choice: mine is to save on the stupid gimmicky pens and just get refills (medium-point are best).Read more ›
UPDATE April 17, 2012:-- After a year of daily use all of the above still applies. I've come to like this pen so much I bought another which I carry as a featherweight backup.
UPDATE July 2, 2013:-- Still works perfectly after using up two Fisher refills. The only difference is the rubberized surface is shinier and smoother than when new. One of the things I've particularly come to appreciate is the position of the integral clip at the top of the pen just below the clicker button. This clip position has two advantages 1- It allows the pen to sit low in a shirt pocket without interfering with the pocket flap and 2- Makes it less likely that the top of the pen will snag on something and get left behind. Often pens which cost more have clips attached lower on the barrel, so they rise higher out of the pocket..... NOTE: Amazon shows the weight of this pen as 1.8 Oz. It feels much lighter in the hand and my scale reads 00.3 Oz.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased chrome space pen and it was much better writing than this one.Published 1 hour ago by Ed W.
I ordered two of these after receiving the first one that is capped.
I like the press down ball retraction and the pen works as described, upside down, on wet paper etc. Read more
I love it. The pen has a good grip. It is not too narrow and not too widePublished 1 month ago by Christopher Diaz
Love this pen! It has been working great for over 2 months now and I use it every day at work. No issues at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Good styling, seems durable. Good work pen that writes anywhere pretty much. Good barrel design as well my fingers don't slip off the end. Not too aggressive just right. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Myers