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Paper Mate Flair Point-Guard Porous Point Pens, 12 Colored Pens

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  • Water-based ink will quickly dry
  • Medium point guard tip with reinforced nylon prevents tip spread and extends the writing life
  • Use the metal clip on the cap to attach felt tip pen to pockets, notebooks and more
  • Bleed Resistant Ink
  • Comfortable Grip, Assorted Ink Color
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NamePaper Mate
Item Weight4.3 ounces
Product Dimensions0.4 x 7.8 x 7.6 inches
Item model number74423
ColorBlack;Blue;Green;Lilac;Lime;Magenta;Pink;Purple;Red;Sky Blue;Tangerine;Yellow
Number of Items1
SizeCARD OR CARDED ITEM
Point Typemedium
Ink ColorBlack, Blue, Green, Lilac, Lime, Magenta, Pink, Purple, Red, Sky Blue, Tangerine, Yellow
Manufacturer Part Number74423
  
Additional Information
ASINB000J09CO6
Best Sellers Rank #75 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 13, 2007
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Marker Pen provides bold and expressive lines and is great for editing documents and papers. This writing instrument features a point guard to protect the felt tip, and quick-drying, water-based ink that doesn't bleed through paper.

What's in the Box
12-pack of vibrant Paper Mate Flair Felt Marker Pens.

Product Description

Paper Mate 64161 Logo 4 Refillable Mechanical Pencil, 0.7 mm, Black Barrel. Shock absorber tip and sliding sleeve reduce lead breakage. Rubber traction grip for comfort and control. Tuff Stuff jumbo twist eraser is 6 times longer than standard erasers and advances and retracts with a twist. Replaceable with 64892 eraser refill. Features stylish chrome accents on tip and convenient push-button lead mechanism. Includes 1 mechanical pencil with black barrel and 3 0.7 mm refill leads. Imported.

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Customer Reviews

I use a color code system when taking notes at work and these pens are perfect.
Harold Hites
The pens write smoothly, don't run out quickly, don't bleed through the paper, and are vibrant colors.
MariaKristen
I've always loved colored pens and have had my favorite brands change every few years or so.
Busy Momma

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

283 of 300 people found the following review helpful By cggentry on September 24, 2012
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As an engineer, I grew quite fond of these pens over the years. I use them exclusively for redline drawings, note taking, and anything else that I would need to hand write and be able to read down the road. For some reason, these pens make my handwriting significantly neater. I mean, I actually enjoy writing with them. For years and years Paper Mate pens, with the two hearts on the cap, were my go-to pen. They were American made, never leaked, and would last for years. I still have some of my old ones, and they still work. I'm rambling, I know, but I wanted to give a little background.

A few months ago, I went to the supply cabinet at my office to grab a couple of my trusty paper mates. I popped open the box (not a whole lot of people go for the felt tip pens, so I usually open them up) and was very very surprised by what was inside. For as long as I've been around, paper mate pens were glossy colored, smooth, and had half millimeter lines that ran parallel to the shaft of the pen. I used to put my thumbnail in the grooves and spin the pen to make a "ZZZZIPPP" noise. These new pens though... they were not right. They're matte in color, the shaft is bare, with a very cheap quality screen print "Paper Mate" marking on it. I would bet my paycheck that the factory in Mexico where these pens now come from, make pens for 100 different companies. I'm sure they're all the same pen, with the only difference being the screenprinted name on each pen. My old paper mates had a white tip guard, with just the colored tip sticking out about a millimeter. These pens now have a clear tip guard and the tip sticks out about twice as far. I know, big deal right? Well, yes, it is a big deal. Now, if you press too hard, the tip will deform, and the pen will be useless.
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87 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Skip on April 28, 2011
Caution! Paper Mate seems to have changed the Flair pen. In my opinion the change is functionally and stylistically for the worse. The pen has an entirely new feel in the hand - again, in my opinion it feels cheaper; and the ink delivery on my first two boxes has been lousy. It's good to see the many comments lauding the "unchanging" iconic Flair pen -I have loved them for 30 years - but I wonder if these commenters are using old stock.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Naomi Witzke on April 16, 2010
This is my go-to pen for both work and personal use. Most of the colors are bold enough to be easily read, with the exception of the yellow. The ink rarely bleeds through and never smudges on me. For grading papers and recording grades in the small spaces of a grade book, these pens are by far the best I've ever seen (and I've tried a LOT). The caps snap on securely, and the metal slide clip keeps the pen attached to most book covers. Even the light green and pink colors are easy to read, and I like to switch colors every column or two so that my eyes can track the grades more easily. I keep two 12-color sets of these at work and one at home. I've had them for two years now and the ink hasn't run out yet. They photocopy beautifully, too. The point is thick enough to make your words stand out on paper, but fine enough to write tiny numbers in the margins if you want. I can't say enough about these markers. They are a real joy to use, and I will keep buying them again and again.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mackenzie Kriss on May 15, 2013
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I can't complain too much about these pens, mostly because the colors are so bright and fun and they work fine, but I realized what people meant by how they're different now. As soon as I wrote, I noticed it wasn't as smooth and sweet to write with as they used to be. But they hold up and I've been using the same one for 2 months with no change in brightness of color, so it's still a good product!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mark K on March 2, 2009
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I need fine point multi-collored pens to grade math tests. I have used the paper-mate products and like the variety of colors, and more importantly:the non-leaking, non-smearing inks. My local discount stores and office supply stores do not stock this item. so this has become my "go-to" source.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Matt on April 13, 2012
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I was a TA in college and my prof gave us these pens for grading papers, and that's when the love affair with these pens started.

I ordered these hoping to rekindle this romance and was very happy...at least at first. Yes they changed the design a bit, but they were pretty much the same, awesome pens. After 2 days, however, the ink started to fail on some of the pens. The black is now more like a grey after only 2 days. Only 2 days! And without much use. I'd send them back if I hadn't torn the packaging open like a starving grizzly bear after some meat.

I still love these pens, but I think I got a bad batch.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By N. Porter on October 3, 2012
I love the colors and variety... but one thing that I didn't appreciate was the fact that they DO bleed... maybe not through multiple pieces of paper, but they bleed through the other side of the paper you are writing on. Not 100% like some markers, but it definitely shows. Which is disappointing because the description said they didn't. So I can't totally recommend these... I was wanting to use them for marking and art and it's hard to do that when the other side of your paper has marks on it. I guess I'll have to go the "pen" route as opposed to these. I would classify them "fine tip markers" as opposed to pens.
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