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Is it any better than the Fisher "Bullet Pen", which has fitted into pockets since the 1940s? A design classic.http://www.fisherspacepen.co.uk/index.php?function=list&category=Fisher%20Bullet%20pens(no money etc also)
Ooh, I've got a lovely turquoise one of those. Nice in purple too. (Other pens are available).
If you go to Ryman's they sell pens by the till that start off tiny and stretch out. I've amused (I think) many people with my fabulous extending pen.Yours - Nigel Ryman
Fisher Space Pen - Another urban legend bites the dust:http://www.snopes.com/business/genius/spacepen.asp
Or not - the Russians may have used a pencil in space, but consider the hazard of bits of broken pencil lead, to say nothing of shavings, in zero gravity.And presumably they didn't need to write any cheques?
Another bit of pocket sized information technology for you. www.pocketmod.comprint that off and bung together with a phonecard, all held together with a bulldog clip, and you've got yourself a poormans smarthphone.