Designed by Paul Fisher in 1948, and updated for NASA in the 1960s for extreme conditions, the Fisher Bullet Space Pen is one of the most iconic writing instruments ever made. Thanks to an ink cartridge that's pressurized with nitrogen gas with a tungsten carbide ballpoint tip, the pen writes in temperatures ranging from -30º F to 250º F, underwater and over wet surfaces, and at any angle, even upside down and in zero gravity. Its compact size and curved shape make it perfect for pockets. Made of brass with a matte black finish, raw brass, or chrome in Nevada, USA.
Length: 3.75" / Diameter: 0.3" / Weight: 0.96 oz. / Ink: Black
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.