I carry a vic signature light on keychain, but dont like how it or the manager have no toothpick, I can swap it for a regular classic and try space pen, just wondering if its noticeable/annoying to carry in pocket.specs say 3.8", im guessing thats while its closed? not sure, I think I had one when I was a kid, but that was like 35 years ago, does it fit well in small pocket of jeans?
hmmm, was looking at base model with no clip, had in amazon cart forever, but it went down in price today
I guess I'm old then, although I don't remember the pen offer. Mind you, it's possible it wasn't available in Canada.I love the Fisher Bullet. I have a lot of pens lying around, but that is the one I keep going back to. It was the only pen that really did all I wanted from a pen in my old job, where I was writing notes outside in all manner of weather. And I mean all of it.... rain, snow, sleet etc, and all of it on Rite in the Rain notebooks. I don't think you can get a better pen for fieldwork especially. It might not be the perfect pen to keep at your desk just to sign your name occasionally, or the best for hand writing your manuscript, but when it comes to taking notes in adverse conditions, I have tried them all and none come close.Def
Nice leather work!For years I carried my Bullet open in the pen slot of my work vest. I marked up the vest a lot but it made it a lot easier to pull it out and use for quick notes, especially when wearing gloves. That pen has been through so much weather over the years in the open position that the cap no longer comes off the body to close it!Def
The Fisher telescoping pen (center) rides in my shirt pocket and is used several times each week. I use the 0 Gravity pen at home every day. The raw brass Bullet pen is my backup and has only been used once to test it.(Image removed from quote.)
man, how bored that guy must have been to break open that ink cartridge. looking at this and saying why? ...
Now I want a Fisher Telescoping pen, any reason not to buy it?
Quote from: m47mu74nt on December 11, 2016, 09:08:22 AMNow I want a Fisher Telescoping pen, any reason not to buy it? I have smaller, Zebra brand telescoping pens which work well. But, the Fisher Telescoping Pen is better at writing under more adverse conditions (e.g., cold, wet) and in different positions.
I guess I'm old then, although I don't remember the pen offer. Mind you, it's possible it wasn't available in Canada.Def
The lack of a pocket clip on the Fisher Telescoping Pen may pose a problem for some. It rides horizontally at the bottom of my shirt pocket because it has no clip.