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Three Fisher Space Pens for Stress-Free Holiday Gift Ideas

As this year’s holiday season is fast approaching, many may wonder where the time went. Although many of us look forward to the festivities and family fun during the holidays, shopping for holiday gifts is not always an easy task. Trying to figure out what gift to buy for each person can be stressful, especially when trying to shop at the last minute. Fisher Space Pen® presents three unique, practical, and attractive gift options to give a head start for the joyous occasion.

The .375 Cartridge Space Pen is one of the most appreciated gifts for hunting enthusiasts. This pen is made of raw brass to create a realistic bullet look with a cap consisting of a real .375 H & H magazine shell. This pen looks too authentic for people to realize it is a writing device. Besides being a great conversation starter, the .375 Cartridge pen is easy to use and convenient to bring anywhere. Just be careful not to carry it at the airport to avoid getting in trouble!

.375 Cartridge Space Pen Features

  • Cap slides on and off
  • Raw brass finish
  • Includes our famous PR-4 black ink medium point
  • Packaged in a gift box inside cardboard sleeve
  • Engraving will appear very subtle.
  • Please note: Raw, unfinished brass develops a unique patina in response to the owner’s body chemistry and the environment in which the pen is used. Polishing will restore the original shine.

.375 Cartridge Space Pen Specs

  • Length: Open – 4.46-in. Closed – 4.07-in. 
  • MSRP – $30.00

The Shuttle Space Pen is the latest addition to the Fisher Space Astronaut pen line and the successor of the heavy original AG7 pens used on the Apollo 7 Mission in 1968. Compared to the AG7, the Shuttle Space Pen is lighter, slimmer, and more modern in appearance but just as sturdy and reliable. The matte black finish with chrome accents makes the Shuttle Pen aesthetically pleasing, and its rear-click mechanism and side retraction feature ensure maximum functionality and comfort. The fact that International Space Station uses this pen at present makes this pen a fantastic gift for anyone aware of the history of American space exploration.

Shuttle Space Pen Features

  • Rear click mechanism with side retraction button
  • Matte black with chrome accents
  • Pressurized PR4, black ink cartridge
  • Medium point
  • Packaged in a gift box

Shuttle Space Pen Specs

  • Length: 5.25-in.
  • Diameter: .320-in.
  • MSRP – $65.00

The Chrome Bullet Space Pen is a true classic cherished by numerous Americans over seven decades. Since its conception in 1948 by Paul C. Fisher, the founder of Fisher Space Pen, the Bullet Pen has become a symbol of timeless design and unbeatable quality. The pen is not only part of the permanent collection at the New York Museum of Modern Art but also has been featured in American pop culture classics such as Seinfeld, resulting in even more popularity and appreciation by the public. The Bullet Pen combines its smooth, streamlined visual with exceptional durability and resilience, making it an all-time choice writing instrument.

Bullet Space Pen Features

  • Cap slides on and off
  • Packaging: Moonscape Gift Box with Astronaut Sleeve
  • Pressurized PR4, black ink cartridge
  • Medium point

Bullet Space Pen Specs

  • Composition: Chrome Plated Brass
  • Length: Open – 5.25″ Closed – 3.75″
  • Width: 0.38’’
  • Weight: 0.7 oz.
  • MSRP – $34.00

All three pens are equipped with Fisher Pressurized PR4 cartridges and boast unmatched dependability for which Fisher Space Pens are best known. They write in zero gravity, underwater, through grease, at any angle, and in extreme temperatures ranging from -30 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Engraving for personalization is available at an additional charge. Priced at $30, $65, and $34, the .375 Cartridge Pen, the Shuttle Space Pen, and the Bullet Pen will make holiday shopping stress-free!

Fisher Space Pen Co. is a 74-year-old American manufacturer of ballpoint pens, with the notable distinction of being the only ballpoint pen used on every crewed flight into space since Apollo 7 back in 1968 and most recently with Space X. While pressurized technology made it possible for NASA’s astronauts to write in space, it also provided writing capabilities in all-weather, underwater, over oil and grease and from -30 to +250 degrees Fahrenheit. These pens are the perfect tool for trade professionals, first responders, military, rugged outdoor enthusiasts, trekkers, backpackers, industrial manufacturers, underwater divers and anyone who values a pen that doesn’t fail.

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