This month, Fisher Space Pen Co. continues to play a part in America’s space journey, launching its new U.S. Space Force Series. The new models include the iconic AG7 Original Astronaut Pen and the 400 Bullet Space Pen in Chrome or Matte Black Finish emblazoned with the logo and wordmarks of the U.S. Space Force. View U.S. Space Force Series.
The new US Space Force model joins the Fisher line of military pens with the insignia and word marks of the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Coast Guard.
“Fisher Space Pen is proud of our long-standing support of our U.S. Military,” says Matt Fisher, Vice President. “We are pleased to present the new U.S. Space Force Series as a symbol of our continued support as America expands its presence in space.”
Fisher Space Pens have flown on every NASA crewed space mission since Apollo 7 and recently flew aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon Mission to the International Space Station. They are the perfect companions for first responders who often work in harsh conditions. Their patented pressurized refill allows them to write upside down, under water, in extreme temperatures from -30 to +250 degrees F (-35 to +121 Celsius), over almost any surface and three times longer than the average pen.
The new Fisher U.S. Space Force Pen Series features:
- The AG7-SFD. The classic Fisher AG7 Original Astronaut Pen laser engraved with U.S. Space Force Delta insignia and wordmarks. View Model.
- The 400-SFD. The Fisher Chrome Bullet Space Pen laser engraved with U.S. Space Force Delta insignia and wordmarks. View model.
- The 400B-SFD. The Fisher Matte Black Bullet Space Pen laser engraved with U.S. Space Force Delta insignia and wordmarks. View model.
The Fisher Space Pen was created by Paul C. Fisher, an inventor and entrepreneur who spent over $1 Million of his own money to develop a pen that astronauts could use in zero gravity. The result: A patented pressurized ink refill, which uses gas to force thixotropic ink to flow, even in zero gravity. Fisher Space Pens are also loved by thousands on Earth for their durability, design and functionality. They write upside down, under water, in extreme temperatures from -30 to +250 degrees F (-35 to +121 Celsius), over almost any surface and three times longer than the average pen. Watch How They Work.