Fisher Space Pen

Paul Fisher, designed the Bullet pen in 1948. It has featured in the New York Museum of Modern Art as an outstanding example of “exquisite industrial design”, for many years now. Not only has the Fisher Space Pen appeared in an episode of Seinfeld, but it was also the pen used on the Apollo 11 mission to fix the arming switch. All Fisher Space Pens write underwater, upside down, and for twice as long as other roller ball pens, used by astronauts, cosmonauts and ourselves.

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    1. Primary photograph of product 'Bullet (Black Titanium Nitride)' Secondary photograph of product 'Bullet (Black Titanium Nitride)'

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      Bullet (Black Titanium Nitride)

      £49.00

      Outside the EU £40.83

    2. Primary photograph of product 'Bullet (Copper Ziconium Nitride)' Secondary photograph of product 'Bullet (Copper Ziconium Nitride)'

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      Bullet (Copper Ziconium Nitride)

      £49.00

      Outside the EU £40.83

    3. Primary photograph of product 'Bullet (Desert Tan)' Secondary photograph of product 'Bullet (Desert Tan)'

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      Bullet (Desert Tan)

      £24.00

      Outside the EU £20.00

    4. Primary photograph of product 'Deluxe Grip Bullet (Chrome / Capacitive Stylus)' Secondary photograph of product 'Deluxe Grip Bullet (Chrome / Capacitive Stylus)'

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      Deluxe Grip Bullet (Chrome / Capacitive Stylus)

      £29.00

      Outside the EU £24.17