The 'Nominal' rollerball pen has been designed by Mercator London as a writing utensil inspired by the SpaceX rocket that will provide users with a minimalist way to incorporate a touch of space exploration into their lifestyle. The pen has a design that calls to mind the Falcon 9 Rocket, which is further supported by a series of four retracting legs that can be operated by simply twisting the main body section. A Schmidt P950M pressurized refill is held within the pen to allow for zero-gravity writing, but can also be refilled with a standard cartridge if desired.
The 'Nominal' rollerball pen is made up of 34 individualized components that are mostly CNC-machined using 316L stainless steel as well as aircraft-grade aluminum.
The 'Nominal' Rollerball Pen is Inspired by the SpaceX Rocket
1. Space-inspired Writing Utensils - Incorporating space exploration aesthetics into writing utensils offers a unique selling point for consumers.
2. Minimalist Design - Simplifying the design of everyday products like pens can create a sleek and modern aesthetic.
3. Zero-gravity Writing - Developing pens that can write in zero-gravity environments opens up opportunities in aerospace and space industries.
1. Stationery - Incorporating space-inspired designs in writing utensils can attract space enthusiasts and sci-fi fans.
2. Product Design - Exploring minimalist and futuristic designs in various consumer products, including pens, can differentiate brands from competitors.
3. Aerospace - Designing pens suitable for zero-gravity writing can provide an innovative solution for astronauts and space missions.