Item #: ZGS

Fisher Zero Gravity Ballpoint Pen

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Product Description

Fisher Zero Gravity Ballpoint Pen
Take your next writing experience out of this world with a Fisher Zero Gravity Ballpoint Pen. The advance pen technology goes from the space shuttle to your own hands.

It was discovered that regular ballpoint pens do not work without gravity. The design of the retractable Fisher Zero Gravity pen was the solution to this problem: pressurized ink which ensures a bold stroke at any angle, temperature, or surface.

The Fisher Zero Gravity Space ballpoint pen is available in a silver or black cone-shaped barrel complete with chrome curved clip and trim. And with the unique closed design, the Fisher Zero Gravity Pen gives you an estimated shelf life of 100 years! It is the absolute best ballpoint pen that can be used in space or on Earth!

Fisher Zero Gravity Space Ballpoint Pen Features:

  • Made with the advanced technology taken on the space shuttles
  • Pressurized ink means a bold stroke no matter the angle
  • Chrome curved clip and trim with silk-screened American flag on side
  • Closed design creates an estimated 100 years of shelf life!

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Review: JT from Los Angeles, California, USA Submitted: 10/6/2017

Overall5 out of 5 stars.



Great feel and grip + well balenced + writes upside down

What is your opinion of the quality of this item?

Silver surface is non-slip. Base has 3 side areas for a comfortable grip.
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