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Sharpie 37001 Ultra Fine Point Permanent Markers, Black (Box of 12)

by Sharpie

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  • This porous pen-style marker works well for precise jobs like labeling or addressing envelopes.
  • The extra precise, 0.2mm narrowed tip provides extreme control and accuracy.
  • Fast drying, smear-proof, fade- and water-resistant ink is AP certified nontoxic.
  • Contains 12 pens.
  • 5.5 inches long by 1 inch wide by 3 inches high. 0.4 pounds. Made in the USA.
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Product Information

Size: 1 Dozen | Color: Black
Technical Details
Brand NameSharpie
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions1.1 x 3.1 x 5.6 inches
Item model number37001
ColorBlack
Number of Items1
Size1 Dozen
Tip TypeUltra Fine
Manufacturer Part Number37001
  
Additional Information
ASINB00006IFI3
Best Sellers Rank #56 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 AvailableApril 18, 2006
  
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Product Description

Sharpie Markers

The Sharpie Fine Point marker was the first pen-style permanent marker of its kind to write on most surfaces from cardboard boxes to glass and, of course, paper. Since its inception in 1964, over 200 million markers have been produced… that’s enough for approximately two Sharpie markers per every household in America making it the #1 writing instrument brand in North America.

Today, Sharpie markers are still made with the same high quality ink that you’ve come to rely on and trust but are now available in over 30 unforgettable colors and numerous different tip sizes, making Sharpie the ultimate instrument of personal expression… letting you be heard, putting you at the center of your world, helping you express all the ideas, feelings, moods, and memories you have with absolute conviction and absolute passion. When you start with Sharpie, you never know where you’ll end up. That’s the wonder of creating something. And Sharpie will continue to help you bring out what’s inside yourself and share it with the world.

So uncap a Sharpie permanent marker and let the ideas flow!

Get Creatively Inspired with Sharpie

Multiple Surfaces

Permanent on most hard-to-mark surfaces so you can personalize or decorate a variety of things

Quick Drying

These permanent markers are known for quickly drying.

Bold Ink

Ink is waterproof, smear-proof and fade-resistant. The AP certified ink is non-toxic and long lasting.

Be Creative

Decorate your stuff with drawings, doodles and bold statements.

Choose from a Wide Range of Tip Sizes

Sharpie Fine

The industry standard and original permanent marker that’s made Sharpie a household name since 1964. Durable fine point tip produces bold, detailed lines.

Sharpie Ultra Fine

Produces thinner, precise lines perfect for marking in smaller spaces like recipe cards or the tab of a file folder.

Sharpie Twin Tip

Experience two markers in one! Features a fine point tip for bold, detailed lines on one end and an Ultra Fine point tip for more precise writing on the other end.

Sharpie Retractable

Unique Safety Seal valve design prevents dry out, and there is no cap to remove or lose- just click and mark!

Available in both fine (shown above) and ultra fine point sizes.

Sharpie Chisel Tip

Features a wide-edged tip for marking both thick and thin lines. Unique anti-roll body design keeps marker in place.

Sharpie Brush Tip

Create fine lines, bold strokes and shading. Control the width of your lines - thick or thin - with the pressure of your hand


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It's economical to buy them in a twelve pack, too.
Matthew G. Sherwin
The design could use some work. *update July 2013: EVERY SINGLE pen stopped working within HOURS of opening it.
truestar
I have been using Sharpie pens for as long as I can remember.
Snowman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 26, 2005
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 1 Dozen
When I first discovered the Sharpie Permanent Fine-Point Markers I became an instant fan. I am still a huge fan of these markers for labeling freezer and storage bags and cardboard boxes. However, some 3M Post-It Flags, which I use a lot, are just too small for the fine point markers. For that I use the Ultra-Fine Point Markers.

Just like the fine point markers, these markers seem to last a long time if you take care to cap them as soon as you are finished with them. You also need to be careful not to get the tips wet or to damage the tip, but as long as you do not drop the pen on its tip it is reasonably durable. I have seen a few people crush the tips of these markers (including a couple that were borrowed from me - sigh) by pushing on them too hard, but generally these are people who should be using a ball-point pen anyway.

We have tried a lot of different pens and markers for writing on plastic, and have had limited success. Many pens seem to take forever to dry or will not mark on plastic. Magic Markers work, but they are too wide and have an unlovely smell. So far Sharpie permanent fine-point and ultra fine-point markers avoid these problems, and provide sharp print for nearly all labeling needs. In fact, I will warn you that you should take care what you write on, because once you have used the Sharpie, it can be nearly impossible to get the ink out.

I will also concur with another reviewer who pointed out that the ultra fine-point Sharpie can be an artist's instrument. While my sketches are not what I would call art, the very fine point permits a lot of detail, and even shading effects. To provide more ability, try using the Sharpie Fine-Point and the Sharpie Ultra Fine-Point. These two pens give you quite a drawing arsenal.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Charles Marchese on April 23, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 1 Dozen Verified Purchase
These markers work just fine, but the description says they are a .2mm This is just wrong. It says nothing about the measurement on the box or the markers and when compared to pencil lead, they are probably closer to a .7mm at the tip, but like most markers, will make a somewhat larger line. If you truly want a super fine maker, check out Pigma Micron 005...
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on August 18, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 1 Dozen Verified Purchase
Since I have been using these as opposed to fine point, my writing has been much clearer. Sharpie ultra fine points are awesome for doing labels where you have to stay in the lines, and where other people have to read your writing. It's just as permanent as the fine point, being waterproof, but it's still affected by the sun. (It fades over time)
Compared to office supply stores, the price is excellent on Amazon.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Bowen on December 12, 2010
Color Name: RedSize Name: 1 Dozen Verified Purchase
I bought these for an animal shelter. The staff were very happy - These pens are perfect for writing adoption information on lamanited display cards. I will buy more of these because the shelter goes through them so fast. Exellent product.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James on April 6, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 1 Dozen Verified Purchase
I always buy several boxes of these at a time, as this is definitely my go-to writing pen. I love the fact that it writes so smooth, the text is crisp, and it doesn't run like other "marker pens." The reason I buy several boxes at a time is because they usually disappear off my desk at work!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TelMinz on February 6, 2014
Color Name: BlueSize Name: 1 Dozen Verified Purchase
I use these a lot. I am a fabricator and these are essential for making precise markings. They will last a long time too if used with care. I hate letting someone borrow my sharpies and seeing the use them like they're crayola crayons, and getting them back with the felt tip being completely obliterated. I usually have to give instructions before I lend them out. If used like a paint brush, the tip will transfer ink better and the tip will last longer. Great product
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By NiteWalker on November 24, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 1 Dozen Verified Purchase
In my workshop, I've been using pencils to mark my jigs and other similar things for a while now. The problem is that after a while, the pencil marks start to fade with use, and it can be difficult to remember which setups and router bits, etc. on jigs that are seldom used and with faded markings. So I decided to look for a more permanent solution for marking my jigs. I had some fine point sharpies on hand, but those were too thick for my needs; I needed something that wrote thinner like a pen, but smooth like a sharpie. So I did a quick amazon search and came across these. The ultra fine point was just the ticket. I can now easily mark my jigs with detailed information and not have to worry about the lines smudging together. They write smoothly and don't smear. Just what I needed. :) I ordered the box of 12 because it wasn't much more than the 2-pack, and there's plenty of uses for these throughout the house and home office.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chel Micheline TOP 100 REVIEWER on May 9, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 1 Dozen Verified Purchase
This is a box of 12 ultra fine point (meaning, that super thin, pen-tip) black sharpies. They write on most anything and are wonderful for having around the house and crafts and everything in between. There are a few issues: they do bleed through thinner papers, so unfortunately they aren't good for writing a lot on paper (class notes, letters, etc.). They tend to dry out fairly quickly. And finally, because the Sharpie permanent is a solvent ink, sometimes it *will* dissolve the surface under the pen tip (especially anything with a coating or paint or gesso) and while you can write with the pen on the surface for a while, the pen will get gunked up and be useless after that use.

But it's still the best permanent black marker on the market, and I love the way writing and drawing with these feel and look.
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