Find the perfect gift for that special someone.
FSP 4th of July2017-1.png
Happy Fourth of July!  
Let's celebrate America, an enduring symbol of freedom, ingenuity and technology around the world.  America has led innovations in many fields including NASA's legendary space program, which has engendered a multitude of inventions such as the iconic Fisher AG7 Anti-Gravity Space Pen, developed by Paul Fisher over fifty years ago. Fisher Space Pen Company remains a family business headed by Paul Fisher's son Cary Fisher and grandson Matt Fisher, manufacturing products proudly  Made in America.  This is our story:
The Challenge

When manned space missions began, astronauts used pencils to write in outer space.  But the lead often broke and became a hazard floating in the capsule's atmosphere, possibly causing a short in an exposed electrical connection within the spacecraft.  Since the cabin fire on Apollo 1, in which three astronauts lost their lives, NASA required writing instruments that would not burn in a 100% oxygen atmosphere.

American Ingenuity at Work

Paul Fisher, who was president of  Fisher Pen Co. , had been manufacturing ball point pens since 1948.  When he heard John Kennedy's challenge to land a man on the moon by the end of the decade, he started thinking about how ordinary ball point pens would have trouble writing in space, but if a pen could be sealed and pressurized, it would keep the solvents from evaporating in the vacuum of space and would also provide a reliable ink supply to the pen point. In 1966, after several years and many experiments, Fisher successfully developed the first pressurized pen.

Fisher sent his Space Pen samples to Dr. Robert Gilruth, Director of the Houston Space Center.  The Fisher Space Pen was thoroughly tested by NASA and passed all tests.  NASA began using the Fisher AG-7 Anti-Gravity Space Pen on the Apollo 7 Mission in October 1968.
Fifty Years in Space

Fisher Space Pen is still in use on all manned space flights today.  It was used during NASA's Apollo and Space Shuttle Program Missions as well as on the Mir Space Station and onboard the International Space Station.

Made for Space, Cherished on Earth

Fisher Space Pen is an iconic symbol of American technology and classic design.  Its popular Bullet Space Pen is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and was also featured in an episode of the hit series "Seinfeld" entitled The Pen.

Fisher Space Pen products are not only beautiful, they are tough and dependable. All of them contain a Fisher Space Pen Pressurized Ink Refill Cartridge that allows them to write upside down, at any angle, under water, through grease, extreme temperatures (-30 to +250 degrees F), on almost any surface, three times longer than the average pen, and, of course, in the gravity free vacuum of space.  All are lifetime guaranteed for quality against all manufacturing defects.

Copyright © 20XX. All Rights Reserved.