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Sharpie Fine Point Pen Stylo, Permanent Ink, Water Resistance, Assorted Colors, 10-Pack

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  • These water and smear-resistant pens are great for home and school use.
  • Delivers the same bold, smooth, high-quality writing experience with the performance of a pen that doesn't bleed through paper.
  • Durable, fine tip delivers precise and consistent writing with minimal effort.
  • Includes 10 pens per pack; available in 5 black, 1 each of Blue, Green, Red, Orange and Violet
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Product Information

Size Name: 10 Count
Technical Details
Brand NameSharpie
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions12.5 x 10.5 x 0.8 inches
Item model number1769608
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
ColorAssorted
Grip TypeSmooth
Material TypePlastic
Size10 Count
Point TypeFine
Ink ColorAssorted
Manufacturer Part Number1769608
  
Additional Information
ASINB001MAG5CO
Best Sellers Rank #34,158 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 26, 2008
  
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Product Description

Color: Assorted | Size: 10 Count

The durable, fine tip of the Sharpie pen is ideal for precise writing when you need to write figures or letters in small spaces such as your personal calendar or a recipe card. Delivers the same bold, smooth, high-quality writing experience of the Sharpie marker with the performance of a pen that doesn't bleed through paper. Durable, fine tip delivers precise and consistent writing with minimal effort. Non-toxic ink is waterproof and smear and fade-resistant. Archival quality and acid-free ink for journaling and scrapbooking.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So I recommend use them only in regular paper and for scrapbooking.
Tutis1980
I've not had any problems with bleeding or leaking either like with other pens.
Renee
While you may find other fine point pens, this one NEVER bleeds through!!
love2shop

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

101 of 107 people found the following review helpful By writegrrrl on February 27, 2010
Color Name: Basic ColorsSize Name: 6-Pack Verified Purchase
I teach English and last week I stumbled upon a poor, abandoned left-behind pen in the classroom. I picked it up without much thought - I am a collector of abandoned pens - only to discover the ideal writing tool. The Sharpie pen is a nice fine-point pen that's perfect for writing notes, grading papers or anything else that requires a clean, precise and fluid line. I rarely write Amazon reviews but I'm notoriously picky about my pens. I may pick up any and all that I find, but I continue to use only a prized few. Right now I'm thanking whatever fool orphaned his or her Sharpie--that person's loss is my writing nirvana.
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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Ember on July 21, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 12-Pack
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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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By not Margaret Thatcher on May 24, 2010
Color Name: Basic ColorsSize Name: 6-Pack
Having worked with many varieties of pens and markers in design school I was hesitant to purchase these because I couldn't believe they wouldn't bleed through. I took a chance, though, because I have a hard time finding pens that don't require heavy pressure to transfer ink to the page. (And gel pens tend to smear.) Low and behold, these little devils perform exactly as advertised! Ink transfer is smooth, consistent, and immediate ie doesn't require heavy pressure of pen to page. I dinged them one star because I wish the barrel was a little larger to make writing even more comfortable. (That being said the barrel is bigger than most regular pens...the ubiquitous bic stic, for example, is smaller in diameter than this Sharpie pen.)

In reaction to the reviewer who complained that the pen didn't write on CD cases and the ink wasn't smear-proof, this is not a permanent marker. Although the Sharpie brand is synonymous with permanent markers, this is "the first Sharpie PEN." It says so right on the packaging. Also on the packaging, Sharpie claims "smear resistant when dry" and I have found this to be true. The pen does tend toward a marker in several ways. First, the ink is dry (on non-coated paper) immediately after being laid down and will not smear. (Lefties rejoice!) Second, if you leave the tip pressed to on spot on the page for a few seconds the ink dot will start to grow and eventually bleed through a page. But when I am writing (as with a pen) I never stop and think with my pen tip pressed to the page, so this doesn't worry me. And last, marks are clean and clear without the skipping, light spots and/or ink gobs of traditional pens.

I'm a fan.

PS Sharpie markets this as a "fine point" and for a marker pen, it undoubtedly is. Those who haven't tried it should note that the Sharpie pen produces a wider line than a fine pointed ink pen.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Louli on February 26, 2010
Color Name: Basic ColorsSize Name: 6-Pack Verified Purchase
One bright sunny day last August, I happened to come across a set of four blue Sharpie Fine Point Pens at Wal-Mart, and tossed them into my basket. Within two weeks, I was a full believer in these pens, and when I saw this set of 6 on Amazon.com a few months later, I just had to have it!

These pens dispense ink at just the right rate. They practically glide across the page, never blotting or smudging. This is invaluable to me as a college student. I use them to scribble notes hurriedly during lecture; to brainstorm ideas for essays; and for pretty much everything else! And as a nerdy college student, I love having six different colors to work with when I rewrite my notes after class.

I highly recommend the Sharpie Fine Point Pen - to anyone and everyone!
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Puff on December 10, 2008
Color Name: Basic ColorsSize Name: 4-Pack
Prior to the Sharpie pen, I was a big fan of the Pentel R.S.V.P. fine points. If you like those, we probably have similar tastes; if not, this review may not be useful to you.

Why I like this pen:
1) It's like writing with an ultra fine-point Sharpie marker, which I always enjoyed. But, as advertised, the pen doesn't bleed through paper.
2) It creates a smooth and constant line. It doesn't leave gaps the way Uni-Ball and other gel roller pens sometimes do.
3) The fine-point leaves a bold (but still thin) line. It has that marker quality that makes writing with Sharpies (for people who are picky about pens) so cool.
4) No bleeding or smearing.

I will say that the ink in the blue pens is a little lighter than in most pens, and lighter than I like, so I've been using the black ones. Other than that, I highly recommend these pens.
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