|Item Weight||1.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 6.2 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||1770244|
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|Manufacturer Part Number||1770244|
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- The newest technology from Sharpie that lays down smooth like a pen but erases like a pencil!
- Sharpie's Liquid Graphite Technology eliminates broken leads
- 0.5 mm, No. 2 lead equivalent
- 2 Liquid Pencils with 6 Replacement Erasers
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From the Manufacturer
All the inspiration of Sharpie, in a no-bleed pen
Today, Sharpie stands for far more than just markers. It’s the brand that stands up for self-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—that’s what Sharpie’s all about.
Quality inks and features in a range of tip sizes
The durable tips of the Sharpie pen family are ideal for precise writing, whether you need to write big or to write figures or letters in small spaces such as your personal calendar or a recipe card. Sharpie pens deliver the same bold, smooth, high-quality writing experience of the classic Sharpie marker with the performance of a pen that doesn't bleed through paper. A number of tip sizes are available, all of which deliver precise and consistent writing with minimal effort. The non-toxic ink of each Sharpie pen is waterproof and smear- and fade-resistant, for archival-quality journaling and scrapbooking.
- Pens with the high-quality writing experience of the original Sharpie
- Durable tips available in a range of sizes
- Precise, consistent line performance
- Non-toxic ink is water- and smear-proof, and fade-resistant
- Archival quality ink for long life
A Smooth Writing Experience
No matter what Sharpie pen you choose, you'll enjoy the quality of the non-toxic ink that won't smudge and resists water and fading--so you know your writing will last.
Choose the Sharpie Pen That's Right for You
Sharpie Liquid Pencil
Smooth like a pen, erasable like a pencil, the Liquid Pencil's liquid graphite technology eliminates breaking lead.
Sharpie Pen (Fine Point)
Durable fine point tip delivers precise and consistent writing with minimal effort. Use it for taking notes, journaling, writing letters, making cards and more.
Sharpie Pen (Medium Point)
Never bleeds through paper and won't smear--the medium point tip is perfect for your bold, everyday writing needs.
Sharpie Pen Retractable - Fine Point
Just click--the color indicator on the plunger helps distinguish between three different ink colors. A soft grip along barrel offers added comfort.
Sharpie Grip (Fine Point)
The Grip offers extra cushioning for added writing ease. Color indicators on ends help distinguish ink color.
Sharpie Grip (Medium Point)
With a soft grip that's easy on the hands and color indicators on ends help distinguish ink color, this pen features a medium point for everyday writing tasks.
Sharpie Stainless Steel
The brushed stainless steel body offers a premium writing experience you’ll love, with a soft grip that aids writing comfort.
Sharpie Pen Retractable - Medium Point
A retractable mechanism, rubberized grip, and a medium point make this an ideal and convenient pen to carry in a bag, purse, or more.
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|Number of Colors Available (Maximum)||25||7||10||8||15||18|
|Number of Tips Available||9||8||2||1||4||4|
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Top Customer Reviews
Perhaps my expectations were too high. I've tried writing, to varying degrees, with all four pen(cil)s and the result is the same for each of them: inconsistent ink/graphite flow. The pen itself is comfortable to hold, with a nice rubberized grip, and I was pleased with the extra erasers provided in the package (eight total, including the pair already installed in the two writing instruments). But, the ultimate purpose of a pen is to provide clean lines and steady ink flow. Based on this, I'm afraid I cannot recommend the Sharpie Liquid Pencil without reservations. The liquid graphite seems to be too thick or lumpy for the ball-point delivery system, as blobs of the stuff are continuously shed onto the page, leaving your handwriting with a "gooey" look. Plus, the flow is unsteady at best. About 75% of the time, the written line is solid and legible, but this is marred by occasional ink drop-outs, where the liquid graphite simply ceases to flow from the tip, forcing you to go back and rewrite what you've already written.
The erasability, which is arguably the primary selling point, is the real deal. The liquid graphite erases cleanly and evenly, leaving nary a trace on the page. In this respect, it is far better than the previous generation of erasable pens, which tended to leave a residue on the writing surface. I've also noticed that you don't even need to use the eraser to erase the lines. If you take your finger and rub firmly, the liquid graphite will simply flake off the page.Read more ›
This pencil doesn't even write well. If you press down while you're writing, it writes like a cheap ballpoint pen that ran out of ink a year ago. The pencil does erase pretty well immediately after you write with it, perhaps even better than regular pencils. But unfortunately, it erases just as well days later. Contrary to the marketing hype, this liquid pencil does not become permanent after a few days. As an added annoyance, when the writing tip is extended, the eraser-end of the pen floats loose, making it cumbersome to erase.
Save your money and use regular pencils or pens. The Sharpie Liquid Pencils I bought are now in the trash.
You should instead find a mechanical pencil, the Staedtler Elite 9705 or the Faber-Castell Grip 1335. They are nearly identical and nearly perfect.
My primary reason for choosing the Sharpie Liquid Pencil is because I work in a call center and take down a lot of notes while I'm on the phone with customers. I prefer writing with pencils because I have an issue with most pens: they either bleed out or smear. Either way, I tend to end up with ink all over my hands after a long day of taking notes. So I figured I'd give these things a shot. I ordered from Amazon and even though I was told it wouldn't ship for a few weeks, I got an email notice the next day from Amazon saying it would ship sooner than expected. I received my two-pack within 3 business days.
After a couple of days of use, I haven't noticed any clumpiness or gunky build up. The ink (or liquid graphite) does not easily smear across the paper and there is no signs of bleeding ink. My hands are not stained by any of their liquid graphite. Erasing works like a charm. I actually think the liquid graphite erases much better than a lead pencil. The eraser is not too harsh on the paper either. The two-pack came with six extra eraser heads.
The only reason I am deducting one star is because the clicking mechinisim on the pen is very loose. This causes the pen to be noisey to write with as the top half of pen rattles around from your pen strokes. I stuck a piece of tape on it though as a quick remedy to reduce the rattling noise. I would definately like to see Sharpie address this, though...even if it's in the form of pen and cap version as opposed to a retractible pen.
Correction: I love their marker and pen products.
The Sharpie Liquid pencil was a dream come true:
-mechanical pencil that's erasable
-will become permanent after a few days (no smudging)
-I get to give more money to Sharpie
And life would have been good if this product wasn't utterly useless.
Problem 1: It's not permanent. It's well documented with a response from Sharpie here: [...]
So the permanence (whether 1 day, or 3 days, or 5 days) is a complete load. Look, I don't mind if you can erase what you wrote - the eraser could use some chemicals that break down the graphite whenever. The only thing I wanted to avoid was inadvertent smudging by hand.
Does the Sharpie Liquid Pen prevent accidental hand smudging 3 days after writing? Absolutely not. Sharpie can argue the finer points of ISO certified permanence 'til their eyes stay blue, but an errant hand swipe can still render your notes unreadable.
Problem 2: OK, so it isn't permanent. Worst case scenario it's an overpriced mechanical pencil, right? Wrong. The writing angle on this pencil is terrible. What I mean is that I use my sharpie pens at a very low (~30 degree) angle from the paper. These pencils will not drop liquid graphite onto the page for anything less than 60 degrees in my experience.
In general, to get good graphite flow you're forced into a near-upright position - dangerously close to a painful and awkward 90 degree perpendicular angle for best results. It's a roller ball system, but unlike ink roller balls this one is terrible from almost all angles.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Utter junk. Don't waste your money. They don't write smoothly, the lines are broken, and they don't even erase fully. Read morePublished 4 days ago by captain melissa
Not sure how they can even call these pencils. They write like a cheap ball point pen and don't even try erasing something you wrote cause it will be a complete waste of time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I love office products in general, but I have a special place in my heart and office supply stash at home for sharpie and post it products. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hillary M.
Poor execution of a good idea.
The flow of "ink" or in this case liquid graphite is very inconsistent resulting is broken lines/lettering and a scratchy feel. Read more
The pencil was a waste of money, you might as well just buy an erasable pen. Right from the start it writes like it is out of ink, and looks terrible on paper. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mike Y.