Fisher Space Pen Refill, Pressurized Cartridge, Black Bold - SPR4B


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FPSPR4B: Fisher's Pressurized Refills, Bold Point, Black Ink Refill
Fisher Space Pen

Fisher's Space Tested, Sealed Pressurized Refills Writes at -30˚ F (-34˚ C) to +250˚ F (121˚ C), underwater, at any Angle, even upside down. Ultra hard Tungsten Carbide ball, Thixotropic Ink, Sliding float separates ink from pressurized gas, Bold Point, Black Ink Refill

Writes in all environmental conditions.
Writes on coated paper and plastics.
Writes through water and underwater and in extreme weather conditions.
Not affected by dirt, grease, or cold weather.

NASA selected the Fisher Space Pen for use on all of the Apollo missions. They are still used on manned flights into outer space today.

Cited as an outstanding example of industrial art, the classic design of the Fisher Bullet Pen has been exhibited for years in New York Museum of Modern Art.
The Bullet's timeless styling has been the topic of many art books and magazine articles and continues to to our most popular pen.
Seen in the Guinness World Records as "Most Versatile Pen".

The Fisher Space Pen continues to write in the rain and all other weather conditions. Used by canoers, hikers, campers, golfers, fishermen, snowmobilers and many other outdoorsmen.

Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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Ted H
Nov 22, 2013
Pros: Durability, Refill Quality, Materials, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Fisher Space Pen Refills
Long Lasting and very durable. Prompt delivery time.
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Grafton, New Hampshire
Mar 08, 2011
Pros: Durability, Refill Quality, Materials, Overall Quality
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An improvement over the "standard" medium line width ink carttridges
I carry a Matte Black "Trekker" model Fisher Space Pen on my key ring. It's in my pocket, or on my desk, or out in my Truck at -15 or +95. If you're accustomed to slick gliding gel inks, well, you may want to try a friend's Fisher first. You have to apply more pressure to whatever paper you're using with Fisher all-weather, all temperature, 0 g. (any writing position) ink. The ink is not as "black", or dense or saturated as modern pigment inks. I thought that a wider line might be easier to read than the standard medium widths. So I tried the black ink in "Bold". IT HELPS. Fisher should offer their red ink in Bold as well.
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