Fisher space pens
Fisher Space Pens were famously developed for NASA in the 1960s for use on space flights.
Unlike ordinary ball pens, which rely on gravity to write, the space pen refill is sealed and pressurized. This enables the refill to write dependably under extreme conditions; it will write at any angle, even upside down; it will write in extreme cold of -50c upto extreme heat of +200c and it will write on most surfaces, including wet paper, film, metal and glass.
They are also used by the Jacques Cousteau Society to write underwater, on wet surfaces and in damp conditions.
Perfect for all scuba dive log use, they are the ultimate in writing technology. Also, if you choose to use our Rite In The Rain paper upgrade with your logs then they are highly recommended to ensure skip free writing.
Brushed Chrome Bullet Space Pen
The classic fisher bullet pen with matching clip, in textured brushed chrome finish with rubber "O" ring. Presented in a Fisher branded gift box, and is fitted with a black spacepen refill.
Gold Titanium Nitride Bullet Space Pen
A special version of the classic bullet pen with a sophisticated mirror gold titanium nitride finish with rubber "O" ring.
Unlike ordinary ball pens which rely on gravity to feed ink, the Space Pens replaceable cartridge is pressurized. At nearly 50 pounds per square inch, ink is continuously fed to the tungsten carbide ball, allowing the user to write at any angle, even upside down.
Yes, I was extremely pleased with my order. It is just what I was looking for. A much better size to travel with and it is very well organized. Plus I love my new stamp. The last diving trip I was on was in Yap--with people from all around the world--and I realized how cumbersome my PADI dive log was. I noticed one diver from Germany had one of your dive logs and stamp, so as soon as I returned, it was my first order of business to get a new log book. Thank you very much for your product. Plus I was very impressed with the speed in which my order was processed--I ordered it on a Saturday, and had it the following Saturday--all the way from the U.K. to the U.S. Very well done!