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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.
  • Quick-drying.
  • Pack of 12 Markers
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSharpie
Item Weight1.9 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 6 x 2.5 inches
Item model number1742663
ColorBlack
Number of Items1
SizeEACH
Point TypeFine
Ink ColorBlack
Tip TypeNeedle
Manufacturer Part Number1742663
  
Additional Information
ASINB001B66DXU
Best Sellers Rank #221 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

From the Manufacturer

The Sharpie Pen

Sharpie
The bold beauty of a Sharpie marker transformed into an everyday pen. view larger

Take note: There's a Sharpie specially designed for your everyday writing needs... the Sharpie Pen.

This amazing pen takes what you like most from your Sharpie marker (the bold, smooth writing) and puts it in the form of a pen that doesn't smear or bleed through your paper. Use it for taking notes, journaling, writing letters, making cards, scrapbooking, and more. And since it doesn't bleed through paper, you can feel confident using it on both sides of a page.

The quick drying ink is also smear resistant and acid-free, making it the perfect writing instrument for all your creative- and professional-writing needs.

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Variety of Styles Available


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Sharpie Pen with durable fine or medium tip for precise or bold writing. view larger
Sharpie Pen

Choose from the durable, fine tip or the denser, medium tip. The fine tip is ideal for precise writing, when you need to write figures or letters in small spaces, while the medium tip is perfect for bold writing.


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Sharpie Grip for smooth, easy writing. view larger
Sharpie Grip

Smooth, comfort grip provides a more pleasurable writing experience. Available in both fine and medium points.


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Sharpie Retractable for comfortable click-and-write convenience. view larger

Sharpie Retractable

Smooth, comfort grip and easy one-handed operation. Just click and write! Available in both fine and medium points.


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Sharpie Pen Pink Ribbon promotes awareness and supports cancer research. view larger
Sharpie Pen Pink Ribbon

Help Sharpie reach their donation goal to City of Hope for breast cancer research, treatment, and education. For a limited time, part of the proceeds from each Sharpie Pink Ribbon pen will go toward the donation. See Sharpie for details.


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Sharpie Stainless-Steel Grip for a sleek, refillable writing experience. view larger
Sharpie Stainless-Steel Grip

Brushed stainless-steel body for a premium writing experience you will love. Refillable--let yourself get permanently attached.

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Product Description

If you wish to produce bold, vivid colors with an instrument designed for writing rather than marking, try the new Sharpie® pen. It's a high-quality everyday writing instrument with an uncommonly smooth action. Specially-formulated, acid-free permanent ink is both fade and water-resistant. As it's also quick-drying, it's not likely to smear or bleed through paper. Unique, durable, extruded plastic tip ensures line-width consistency. Global Product Type: Pens; Pen Type: Plastic Point; Special Ink Type: Permanent Water Resistant; Pen Style: Stick.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The pressure feels right when the tip is pressed against the page and moved.
James E. Lyon
Too, this 12-pack is much cheaper than buying the two-pack available at some stores.
Mel Armstrong
They write very smooth and generally don't seem to bleed through on normal paper.
Amy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Ember on July 21, 2008
I confess that I am a long-time Office Supply Geek. Every year around August/September I go to Staples and rummage through all their new organizational tools, post it notes, circa/rollabinders, journals and PENS.

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.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Curtis on January 7, 2012
Verified Purchase
I conducted a Great Pen Review a few months ago, in which I purchased a 12-pack of the following 0.5mm pens and distributed them to friends and family for evaluation:

Pilot Precise V5 Stick Rolling Ball Pen, Micro Point, 0.5 mm, Black Barrel/Ink (35334), 12-Count
Pentel EnerGel Liquid Gel Pen, Fine Needle Tip, Blue Barrel, Black Ink, Box of 12 (BLN15-A)
Pilot G2 Retractable Gel Ink Roller Ball Pen, Extra Fine Point, Clear Barrel, Black Ink, 12-Count (31002)
uni-ball 207 Retractable Micro Point Gel Pens, 12 Black Ink Pens(61255)
Sharpie Pen Fine Point Pen, 12 Black Pens (1742663)

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.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By L. Sanchez on December 12, 2010
My fiancée is a writer and he has a lot of journals (Moleskine and the like) that he jots his notes in. He's a bit of a pen snob so he's tried a lot of pens over the years. His criteria: needs a fine point, no bleeding, and no smearing.

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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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Danny Yu TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 20, 2012
This Sharpie fine point pen almost became my new favorite pen, nearly trumping the Pilot Precise V5 Stick Rolling Ball Pen, Micro Point, 0.5 mm, Black Barrel/Ink (35334), 12-Count. The Pilot V5 is still my favorite.

The good:

* Dries quickly. Rarely did I find the pen leaking some ink while I was pressing the fine point down too long.
* Comfortable. The comfort and balance of fine point pens can be tricky. The balance is perfect and still supports my writing style and angle.
* Writing is very fluid. I can jot down quick notes and write cursive quickly (important to me). Overall, the writing is smooth.

Flaws
* Not consistent for other tasks besides writing. Drawing lines, shapes, anything can be inconsistent. Just something to be aware of. It may have just been my own wrongdoing and my own difficulty when drawing with this pen.

Overall, Sharpie has done a good job with this fine point pen. Great for writing and jotting down notes quickly.
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