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Retro51 MERCURY 7 Rollerball

Retro51 MERCURY 7 Rollerball

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This limited and numbered MERCURY 7 series of the Tornado Retro 51 roller skate is in homage to the ASF (Astronaut Scholarship Foundation). This association, created by the first American astronauts, aims to promote and support students in scientific studies, innovation and space exploration. This pen uses the graphic codes of the suits of the 7 astronauts selected by NASA to participate in the first manned flights of the MERCURY program. This magnificent roller skate is a collector's item that should appeal to all space conquest enthusiasts. Like all the brand's rollerballs, it is equipped with RETRO51 technology which causes the tip to retract into the body of the pen by simply rotating the guilloche wheel.


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RETRO51 NASA Mercury 7 Rollerball Pen

This limited edition of 1,958 copies (year of creation of NASA) celebrates the 40th anniversary of the ASF (Astronaut Scholarship Foundation). This association supports and encourages students in their studies in the fields of science, with the ultimate objective of stimulating innovation and space exploration. This association was founded by the first American astronauts.

This version of the TORNADO roller from RETRO51 takes up the graphic codes of the first space suits. The details of the suit are reproduced on the barrel of the pen with acid etching and color printing. The pens are packaged in a metallic tube gift box with a beautiful black and white print.


The Mercury Seven were a group of seven astronauts selected by NASA to participate in the Mercury program, the United States' first manned space program. They were chosen from a larger group of applicants for their exceptional qualifications, courage and adaptability.

These men were the pioneers of American space exploration, braving the unknown and pushing the limits of what was then technologically possible. They played a crucial role in establishing the foundations that allowed the United States to advance in the conquest of space and paved the way for more advanced space missions, such as the Apollo program.

The MERCURY program

NASA's Mercury program featured a total of six manned space missions between May 1961 and May 1963. Each of these missions was intended to test and demonstrate different capabilities necessary for human spaceflight, such as launch, orbit, recovery and survival in space.

Details & Specifications:

• Mercury 7 Space suits printed over acid-etch barrel

• In celebration of ASF 40th Anniversary

• Limited Edition of 1958 pcs (year NASA was established)

• White accents

• ASF logo on Top disc

• Limited Edition numbering on top ring

• Packaged in a Commemorative silver tube

• Rollerball refill

Product Details

ZRR 2407

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