Fisher Space Pen
At first it seemed like only a dream relegated to the pages of science fiction novels. A pen that defied gravity: that could write upside-down, underwater, even in the vacuum of space itself! Yet, in 1965, Paul Fisher made this pen a reality. Originally touted as the AG-7 (anti-gravity), it soon became known as the Space Pen upon its maiden space voyage in 1968 on Apollo 7. These days, the Fisher Space Pen continues to bring writing perfection. Its pressurized refill writes at any angle even in extreme temperatures, and should you happen to find yourself in space, you'll have a trusty companion that will aid you in long division and crossword puzzles. For pure writing reliability, there is only one: the Fisher Space Pen.