Fisher Chrome/TiNi Infinium Space Pensearch

Fisher Chrome/TiNi Infinium Space Pen

Fisher Chrome/TiNi Infinium Space Pen

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This is an awesome company with an even better product!
What's special about this, other than the "space pen" aspect of it? I see a $30-40 pen here...including the coated ones.
Ziglaf
Bigger ink capacity than standard Bullet pens, "free" ink replacements for life (but you have to pay for shipping).
"The Astronaut-Tested Pen That Writes for Life" or you can just buy a pencil or many many pencils for that money
AussieMick
...and your point?
I wish Fisher would make a legitimate titanium pen - not just this plated stuff...
seizure
Agree. There are quite a few solid titanium pens in that price range.. no idea why Ti-coated brass warrants an $80 price tag.
Cool. I don't think I've ever seen the original Fisher AG-7 pop up here though, which is surprising. I thought it'd be more popular considering it was the pen that was actually procured by NASA, and also has a unique and satisfying click mechanism.
Nice option to be able to choose black ink, but do they come with a fine point? The Medium point refill for the regular Bullet blotch, while the Fine is ...fine. Have replaced the refills in all my Bullets to Fine, so if there is no refill in these I would need an option to choose the point size.
Didn't go through the thread, so I don't know if anyone else has said this, but....

This pen is massive compared to the regular space pen. I got one of these for my wife and we both immediately disliked it. Despite the fact that this might be one of the best flowing ball points we've ever used. The size was just too off for us to enjoy. Went back to Amazon after three weeks off hemming and hawing about it. Which was a bit of a shame cause whoever was selling them was only selling for $50 bucks! Guess it was mistake cause after I returned it, it was back up to 150. Oh well. Would have just sat here gathering dust....guess maybe I should have sold it on ebay...anyhoo...yeah, big. unruly.

enero
wow that is a big difference..i guess if you didnt want a bullet style it would be nice. but then it would be too small for a full size carry. too bad.
I’m not seeing 4x more value than a $20 Bullet.
72.44 on sears.com and free shipping.
Definitely just a gimmick advantage over a regular Fisher Space Pen for many users, but a pretty crazy one at that! Does it come with a guarantee to supply a replacement for free if you manage to run out of ink within 50y or something?
nameless
Well, here's the spacepen site's info about the lifetime guarantee for Repair or Replacement: http://www.spacepen.com/return-policy.aspx

I've used the service twice and paying for the shipping is the one part you have to cover, fwiw. So, for this instance - I'm not sure if the vendor is Fisher or some distributor, however, when you want to get some issue taken care of, you'd contact Fisher and let them know the details, and they should say that it's covered. It's been a no-questions-asked policy as far as my experiences have been. I tell 'em the reasons why there's an issue though, just for kicks.

And the text of that page:
"

REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT

At Fisher Space Pen Co. we stand behind our products and our pens are guaranteed against all manufacturing defects.

If your Fisher Space Pen or your Fisher Space Pen Cartridge malfunctions, please send your item and all of the parts to us for repair or replacement via USPS 1st Class Mail. (Please be advised that USPS postal equipment tears an ordinary envelope and unprotected items are lost).
Upon receipt, your Fisher Space Pen product will be thoroughly inspected by our Quality Control Department to determine the cause of the malfunction and your repair or replacement will ship via standard shipping within three weeks at no cost to you.  (During the holiday season from Thanksgiving through the New Year, this time period may be extended to four weeks from date of receipt)

We cannot be responsible for an item that is lost or damaged due to inadequate packaging and recommend that you insure your shipment in case of loss in transit.

To return your item, please follow the instructions below:

1. Securely package the item in a small box
2. Include your Order Number (if you have one), Name, Mailing Address,Telephone Number and Email Address  3. Send to: 

Attention: Consumer Services Fisher Space Pen Co. 711 Yucca Street Boulder City NV 89005

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please email our Consumer Service department at weborders@spacepen.com or call 702-293-3011 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

At Fisher Space Pen Co. we seek to continually improve our products. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to correct the issue with your Fisher Space Pen product."
nameless
hey its titanium.....kind of.
Just to be clear, the $150 MSRP listed is for the TiNi model which costs extra on the drop, so it should be $89/$120 MSRP or $119/$150 MSRP.

Also, although the lifetime claim is a bit iffy depending on how much you write, Fisher's lifetime *guarantee* is pretty serious. We had a very, very old Bullet (about 30 years old) and it got beaten up and left in a damp environment uncapped, so it corroded a bit. I contacted Fisher and asked about purchasing a replacement part to get it in working order. Despite explaining that this was most certainly not *normal* wear and tear, they shipped us a brand-new pen after we sent it in. This is a company that stands behind their products.
justinmrkva
My dad gave me a normal blue one like 20 years ago. Still writes and I haven't changed out the pen. Case is still solid too actually. :) Best pen ever.
justinmrkva
good to know...most dont understand customer service and standing behind a product.....getting rarer and rarer in this disposable generation.
Are these still brass coated with Chrome or TiNi like the standard space pens are?

Wish they would just make a 100% copper or 100% titanium.
anonomous
I would imagine that they're still made with a shell of brass, and then either a chrome finish or the color of TiNi (or combo of TiNi and chrome) which you select is the coating.