Anything can happen. You could find yourself needing to jot down field notes in the Arctic Tundra or Death Valley, underwater, in zero gravity, in a rain forest, while hanging upside down, or while covered in axle grease. You need a pen that’s going to perform no matter what.
What sets a Fisher Space Pen TAD Edition apart from other pens is the technology, starting with a non-skip, textured tungsten-carbide ball encased in a stainless steel ball socket. The sealed ink cartridge is pressured at about 45 psi and contains a visco-elastic, thixotropic, solid-gel ink.
When you think of Fisher Space Pens, the original Bullet is what first comes to mind, known for its small portable size, aluminium casing and unique form factor. Small enough to carry in your wallet, pocket or toolbox, the pen becomes a full sized, evenly balanced writing device when opened. It’s available in both black and tan with the Triple Aught Design logo laser etched onto it.