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Fisher Space Pen

Fisher Space Pen

For those of you who are planning a trip into outer space, you'll want to make sure you have a pen in order to jot down you memorable events. The Fisher Space Pen ($22) works in zero gravity as well as in extreme temperatures from -30 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. It also writes in at every angle, even upside down, and comes in four galatic colors.

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    Built for the government and looking every bit as official as you'd expect, the Embassy Pen ($40) is ready to let you sign your checks with as much flair as a president signing an international bacon-awareness treaty. The pen itself is made from anodized aluminum, and features a knurled grip, a medium black SPR4 pressurized Fisher Space Pen ink cartridge, and a built-in stainless steel clip for affixing to a shirt pocket, belt loop, or top-secret file.

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    Of all the "magical" products unveiled this year, the Sharpie Liquid Pencil ($2) might just deserve the praise if it lives up to its claims. The unique new writing tool uses liquid graphite to offer a writing experience similar to a pen, yet still allows for erasing mistakes. What's more, it becomes permanent like a Sharpie marker after about three days, making it a potential replacement for not two but three current inhabitants of your desktop pen cup.