It's been to the moon. Writes upside down, over grease and underwater. You can trust the AG7.
The Fisher AG7 Space Pen accompanied the astronauts on the Apollo 11 voyage to the moon and has not changed since which is a true testament to the quality of this writing implement.
The AG7 is made from solid brass with an extremely hard chrome plating and steel components manufactured in the USA.
To extend the writing tip you press down on the top and press the side button to retract. This design ensures you always retract the refill as you slide the pen into your pocket.
The AG7 has been used on all NASA Apollo and Shuttle missions, ISS International Space Station, Russian Soyuz and MIR space flights, French ARIANE Space Program and Everest North Face Ski Expeditions.
In the early 60’s Paul C Fisher was approached by NASA to create a pen that would work in outer space and in zero gravity. After initially believing it could not be done, Fisher had a dream and began working on the first pressurized refill. In 1965 after years of testing Fisher had realised his dream by creating a pen that could write at any angle, underwater, over grease and in extreme temperatures. Fisher Space Pens have been on every manned space mission since, including the famous Apollo 11 moon landing (with the AG-7 Model).
The AG7 comes gift boxed.
The Fisher Space Pen is a durable pen that requires no care. Simply retract the writing point in between use to stop the refill from drying out.
To change the refill simply unscrew the barrel and insert the new refill. Refills are available for this pen with either black or blue ink and come with a fine or medium writing point. Each new Fisher Space Pen comes with a black medium point refill inside.
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