|Item Weight||3.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 6 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||1742663|
|Number of Items||12|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1742663|
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Sharpie Pen Fine Point Pen, 12 Black Pens (1742663)
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- Bold, vivid, marker quality color.
- Smooth writing action.
- Specially-formulated, acid-free permanent ink.
- Pack of 12 Markers
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Uncap the Creativity
When it comes to self-expression, nothing beats a Sharpie. Introduced in 1964, the world’s first pen-style permanent marker made its indelible mark on the world. Suddenly, paper wasn’t the only surface with a voice: Glass, wood, stone, plastic and metal all became a canvas. And that was just the beginning. Today, each new color and style sparks ideas, inspires creativity and makes life more fun for humans everywhere. So what are you waiting for? Grab a Sharpie and uncap your imagination.
Familiar writing with a twist
Everyday writing tasks are a breeze with Sharpie Pens, which offer the smooth writing experience you expect from a Sharpie marker in a comfortable, familiar pen format. The smooth, archival-quality ink produces clear, legible text and lines, making Sharpie Pens perfect for jotting down notes, journaling, writing letters or making custom cards, and the quick-drying formula is waterproof and resists fading and bleeding for lasting impact. The AP Certified nontoxic pen ink is ideal for classrooms, offices and home use, and a variety of pen tip and barrel styles meet all the demands of your daily life.
- Pen-style format offers a comfortable grip and writing experience
- Nontoxic, waterproof ink resists smearing when dry
- Archival-quality ink formula won’t bleed through paper or fade over time
- Available in a variety of tips and ink colors
The Sharpie Fine-Point Pen provides the precision you need for detailed drawings, diagrams and lettering. Smooth, archival-quality ink produces sharp, easy-to-read text that won’t fade or smear as time goes by.
Make a statement with the Sharpie Medium-Point Pen, which features a bold medium-point tip that allows for expressive writing. The quick-drying ink offers visual impact for documentation, labeling and office tasks.
Simply click and start writing with the Sharpie Retractable Pen, which features a retractable pen tip and a durable porous point that creates detailed, precise lettering for all of your home or office needs.
Write comfortably for extended periods with the Sharpie Grip Pen, which provides a cushioned grip along the barrel to reduce hand strain for all-day use. The smooth writing experience is enhanced by fluid ink delivery. Available in fine or medium tips for versatility.
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I am very picky about the type of pen I use as I am a ferocious journal writer. So far the ones who have made the cut are the Pilot Priemere 207; Pilot G2 and G6 Gel pens; Liquid Expresso; Lamy Fountain Pen.
Personally, I love what I call the "engineer nibs" -- they stick out away from the pen on a small pin-like structure. Unfortunately, my longtime love with the Liquid Expresso nib has waned due to the fact it's writing performance appears to have changed: thicker lines, bleeds a tad. I even tried the Pilot Razor Extra Fine Point and it ended up depositing more ink and giving me fuzzy lines MORE SO than the Expresso Fine Point.
Then on my latest trip to Staples, I discovered Sharpie made their first pen. No bleed-through. No blotting. No fuzziness. And they aren't lying. The lines are smooth and with a slight edge to your handwriting which gives it a hint of calligraphy styling.
They are available in packages of 4 with versions of black ink; blue ink; or multi-colored (black, blue, green, red). I must say, Amazon's price for the 4 multi-colored at close to $20 is a surprise. Staples had it for $12, with the black or blue set for $6.
I highly recommend this pen for serious writers and those who simply love to dabble in journaling.
He even tried writing with a set of expensive fine art pens until I told him that it was a waste of money and totally sacrilegious. I confiscated those pens (I'm the artist of the family, he's the writer so they should have gone to me anyway) and the search continued.
He seems really happy with these pens since they don't bleed through his paper and they don't smear. I like most ink pens myself (Pilot is good enough for me) but he seems convinced that most of them have a smearing issue. As is, these are the only ones he agreed to put on his Christmas wish list.
I find that they make a good doodle pen as well. I've been known to steal them off his desk and hide them in my art drawers...which is probably why he constantly needs to restock.
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As you can see from my video, this writes very similarly to a regular ball-point pen, except it is just a tiny bit darker. Before I got my first Sharpie Pen, I worried that it would just be another Sharpie marker. But, it doesn't look at all like a marker when you use it. It really looks like a pen. If you look really closely, the tip still looks like a marker, but I think they use special ink and a process to get it to look almost exactly like pen writing and not marker writing.
When I first saw that it was "no bleed," I didn't believe it. Plus, I thought they were talking about how substandard pens will leak all over your fingers. When I was doing crossword puzzles on an airplane, with a ballpoint pen, then I'd always get leaky pen ink all over my fingers. I'm happy to report that this pen fulfills its promises, and doesn't bleed. It both doesn't bleed through the paper, and it doesn't get all over my hands when I'm doing crossword puzzles, even on an airplane.
It's extremely comfortable, lightweight, and doesn't take up much space. This feels so nice to write with and draw with, too. If you're wondering if 12 is too many, then it's not. I guarantee that you'll love this pen.
+The best pen in the world
+Looks great and feels great in your hand
+Really doesn't bleed
+Amazing pen technology
-All your friends will want to take your pen
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The overall favorites were definitely the V5 and the EnerGel. The EnerGel was generally preferred by those who liked a higher ink flowrate, while the V5 was preferred by those who liked a lower flowrate. First impressions of the Uniball 207 were quite good, but occasionally these pens drew the ire of my reviewers when they stopped writing seemingly randomly with large volumes of ink still remaining. The Pilot G2 was scratchy and terrible all-around; this appears to be a problem with the 0.5mm tip size, as I have heard great things about the G2 0.7mm.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best cheap and throwaway pens out there. Months after buying these pens are still in great condition and working perfectly. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jamie L. Crafton
Love these pens! I use them to take notes and they are great!!Published 5 days ago by Laura Parrish
They are a great pen. Bold, clear, easy to write with but they do "bleed through" paper enough to cause ghosting on the back side of the paper. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Becky
These pens are my favorite. They write boldly on anything, and they don't bleed. While you should avoid getting the marker on your clothes, I've had a couple of accidents and it... Read morePublished 11 days ago by av228
Oh my, these pens are great. I highly recommend them. They write so smooth. Feels just like a felt tip marker, doesn't bleed through. I live off of these pens for college.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer