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Fisher Space Pen Explorer Model
Fisher Space Pen Explorer Model
Fisher Space Pen Futura Black Model
Fisher Space Pen Futura Black Model
Fisher Space Pen Bullet Model
Fisher Space Pen Bullet Model

One key concept of GTD is to clear your "psychic RAM," meaning that you need to get things out of your head and onto a to-do list. It's important to have a PDA or notepad or Hipster PDA with you at all times. If you go the non-electronic route, you're going to need a pen. So, what's not to love about a small, elegant pen that can write on nearly any surface and can write upside down?

The original bullet Space Pen is also available with a PDA stylus and pocket clip on the lid so you can clip it to your Moleskine or Hipster PDA.

Testimonials

I have two Space Pens, the Explorer, which is a wonderful pen. It is tiny when closed, and quite comfortable in a pants pocket if you don't have a shirt pocket. When you open it and move the cap it's got a nice heft and good balance. I also have a Black Futura, which is a nice match if you have a PowerMac G5.  :)

The [Fisher] site is hard to bookmark, but you can see both the Explorer and the Futura model on [this page.]

I used penwa.com to order them. They had good prices and I received the pens promptly.

--Todd Dailey 22:53, 26 Jan 2005 (EST)

My first Bullet was delivered yesterday from [Amazon] and I'm already in love. Besides the fact that it will write anywhere, through anything, its extremely small size nearly doubles to the length and feel of a full-sized pen when the cap is replaced at the back. Thanks, Merlin Mann, for turning me onto this pen!

--Murdaugh 06:33, 22 Mar 2005 (EST)

Hacks

I wrap a small rubber band around my pen. Stops it rolling off the table. --RB 05:44, 11 Apr 2005 (EDT)

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