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I won one of these in a contest in 1974! It gave sterling service until 2012, when it fell to pieces after a life of usage. Fisher’s offered me a replacement, instead of a repair. Which I declined. The original had been used by an astronaut on the Apollo program, and certified by NASA! A replacement wouldn’t have felt the same. But I missed it so much...
I'm a Postman and need soemthing that writes well in terrible weather, is lightweight and durable, and it does write in the rain. It worked well for around two months untill i dropped it. the mechanism for retracting the tip broke, the button is constantly pushed in and wont retract, that said it still works, its still in my pocket and still use it. I'm just dissapointed that it isnt as durable as it is made out to be.
What a beauty. I’ve got the bullet pen but decided I owed myself a treat so bought this. It’s a beautifully designed and balanced pen. As usual it writes upside down so the ink doesn’t dry up when you’re leaning against a wall. I’m not sure what you call it, but the nib retraction mechanism is unusual and highly addictive!
My first one was purchased at the gift shop at the nasa space Kennedy centre in Florida back in 1995 by my grandmother. After losing that one years ago and the passing of my dearly loved grandma I decided to purchase a new one. The pen is still as comfortable to use now as it was all them years ago. An everyday pen that will always have a special place in my life