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Fisher Space Pen Infinium Gold Titanium Nitride & ChromeAbout the Finish
Chrome and Gold Titanium Nitride plated on an all brass body.
About the Pen
This pen comes filled with ink which will last you a lifetime of writing. This is guaranteed!!!
Available with either blue ink or black ink.
Cap Slides On & Off
Length: 140mm Open
Width: 108mm Closed
The Infinium Pen is presented in a gift box.
The Fisher Infinium Space Pen in Gold Titanium Nitride with Chrome has a lifetime guarantee against all manufacturing defects. If your Fisher Infinium Space Pen runs out of ink during your life time then return it to Fisher for a free repair or replacement.
About Fisher Infinium Space Pens - It will last you a life time!
This Fisher Infinium Space Pen offers the heft and feel that today's office warrior demands! Whether working in an office, or outside, the INFINIUM Series provides style and comfort, both in its writing and its presentation. As with all Fisher Space Pens, it offers extreme quality and durability on which you can always rely. Fisher Space Pen, write anywhere, anytime, always. That's not a promise, that's a fact!
The Fisher Infinium Space Pen writes far longer than the standard Space Pen, which itself writes up to three times longer than an ordinary ball point pen. This Infinium Space Pen will write so long in fact, that the average user won't run out of ink in their lifetime.
About Fisher Space Pens
The Fisher Pen refills were developed by Paul Fisher just after WWII due to the ball point refills of the time being leaky and unreliable. He then went on to develop his own range of pens.
Paul Fisher had a mission in mind for his pen - he introduced his new unique pen cartridge to NASA! The Fisher Pen underwent extensive testing and was subsequently approved for a trial mission in outer space. In 1968 the Fisher Space Pen was whole-heartedly approved and ordered for use by astronauts on ALL MISSIONS IN OUTER SPACE.
The Fisher Space Pen is still used today on all manned space flights.