for the ink pen, after pulling out the pen part and reattaching it, you
can see grooves near the tip of the pen for better gripping. You
can also see a rubber "washer" that keeps the pen section in place when
using the stylus.
My first test for the Space Stylus was to write upside down. I
first turned the pen upside down for about five minutes then, still holding
it upside-down, drew on a notepad. The Space Stylus wrote smoothly
like a champ, with no spotting at all.
Space Stylus is also supposed to be able to write on grease and underwater.
I thought a better test would be to see how well the Space Stylus wrote
on wet paper -- something that people need to do from time to time.
So I took some hotel stationary I had and ran water over and under it until
it was completely soaked, then signed it using the Space Stylus (top) and
a Bic Wide Body (bottom).
As you can see, the Space Stylus was able to write cleanly on the wet
surface without any tearing, while a normal pen was spotty and tore the
paper. I also noticed that the normal ink smeared easily, while the
Space Stylus retained its form without noticeable smearing.
The ink writes very smoothly across dry surfaces as well, and the clip
lets you keep the Space Stylus handy at all times. The thickness
of the stylus and its weight make writing much easier. I also noticed
that when writing on a scratched or warped screen that the stylus made
the screen seem much smoother and easier to write on. Users who have
a scratched screen may be able to get a little more life out of it by using
The Fisher Bullet Space Pen Stylus is the most useful combination of
pen and stylus that you can find today. The ink pen can be used to
write anywhere, and the stylus makes even a scratched screen easier to
use at a reasonable price.
Note: People have asked where they can get the Bullet Space Pen Stylus. You can get them at StylusCentral.
- Writes anywhere
- Excellent stylus tip
- High "coolness" factor
|- Can't afford that space trip for real testing