Fisher’s fans chose the imprint design via a social media poll
has created a special edition of its iconic Bullet Pen to celebrate the 70th anniversary of its popular “bullet” pen. The new pen is made from classic chrome with a sleek black titanium nitride cap with a unique, custom laser-engraved sunburst design, chosen by Fisher’s fans via a social media poll. .
“The Fisher Bullet Space Pen was an instant hit since it was conceived by my grandfather, Paul Fisher, in 1948,” says Matt Fisher, VP of Sales & Marketing. “It continues to be one of our most popular pens for its dependability and visual appeal.”
The Fisher Bullet Space Pen is often cited as an outstanding symbol of American industrial and elegant design. The pen, with its classic design, was exhibited for years in the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and it is now part of their permanent collection. The Bullet’s timeless styling has been the topic of many art books and magazine articles.
The original Bullet Space Pen was conceived in July of 1948 as one of Paul Fisher’s first ideas. This new pen design shaped from solid aluminum became Fisher’s first ball point pen – the 400 Bullet Pen – named for its sleek rounded ends and arguably the most popular pen of the twentieth century. When closed, the Fisher Bullet Space Pen is the perfect size to carry in your pocket, purse, wallet, glove compartment, organizer or tool box. When open, it’s a full sized, evenly balanced writing instrument.
The Fisher Space Pen brand has become an iconic symbol of American technology and design. It is the subject of hundreds of fan videos and has been featured on several TV programs including an episode of the hit series “Seinfeld.” . And
The Fisher Space Pen Pressurized Ink Cartridge enables the free-flow of ink in zero gravity. It writes upside down, under water, on almost any surface, in extreme temperatures ranging from -30 to +250 degrees F (-35 to +121 Celsius) and three times longer than the average pen.
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