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Staedtler 334SB20BK Triplus Fineliner Pens,.3mm,Metal Clad Tip,20/PK,Assorted

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  • Exceptional quality & design make Triplus markers an outstanding choice for drawing.
  • The non-toxic, acid-free ink dries almost instantly so you can build layer upon layer of true, vivid color.
  • Specially-formulated to be Dry Safe , the ink won t dry out even if cap is left off for several days.
  • The slim, lightweight triangular barrel rests comfortably in your hand for hours of fatigue-free drawing or writing.
  • Sturdy easel case opens into a convenient desk stand.
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Technical Details
Brand NameStaedtler
Item Weight8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions8.4 x 0.7 x 6.7 inches
Item model number334 SB20
Number of Items20
Size20-Color Set
Manufacturer Part Number334 SB20
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #1,332 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 15, 2006

Product Description

Triplus fineliners feature a slim, ergonomic triangle shape for fatigue-free writing, smooth barrel surface and a 0.3 mm superfine, metal clad tip for precise drawing. Dry-Safe feature allows you to leave the cap off for a few days without the acid-free ink drying out. Easel case opens into a convenient desk stand or sturdy carrying case.

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The colors are vibrant.
They write so smoothly, they have such great colors, and they last so long.
I love to write and take notes with colored pens.
Mom to the Fairy Princess

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82 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Merve Kaya on April 25, 2010
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I have been a Stabilo user for the past 7 years, and recently found these pens on Amazon while looking for a new set of Stabilos as most colors of my current set are dead (due to years of usage, not that there's anything wrong with them). Seeing the great reviews, I thought I'd try out this new brand, trusting it because my experience tells me German pens = quality. And mainly because Stabilo was not sold from Amazon, but these were, with free shipping too :)

I was disappointed when I first received them, because the gray body color looked bleak to someone who is used to the vibrant orange of Stabilo, and I felt that the writing experience (I write a lot with these pens) was inferior to Stabilo's, it felt more rough where Stabilo glides on the paper. I kept on using these anyway, and I don't know what happened in between, but now I use and like Staedtler at least as much as Stabilo. Some comparisons:

+ After getting used to Staedtler, I can still feel that Stabilo writes more smoothly, but you would not notice the difference unless you are a pen enthusiast :)

+ I tend to hold pens close to perpendicular to the paper while writing. This makes the tip of the Stabilo pens turn flat, over a very short amount of time. Staedtler pens also became thicker, but not as much as Stabilo, so I count it more durable to misuse. If you hold your pens like most normal people do, neither brand's tip will change shape.

+ Stabilo pens show slightly less on the other side of the paper. Both brands are pretty bad (but nowhere as bad as Uniball) when it comes to this issue, especially with the dark colors. With the light colors and some properly thick (not out of the ordinary, but not exceptionally thin) paper, it is hardly noticeable unless you press hard.
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103 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Adrasteia on December 22, 2011
that most men never feel about women.
The only thing that compares to their weight and balance are wands crafted of delicate birch wood and cored with hair from a unicorn's mane.
They are supple, yet held easily in the hand, and I've yet to meet anyone who's succumbed to any sort of misfortune such as a water buffalo suddenly pinning them to the ground after making a few random, swishing gestures with a fineliner while deep in thought.
These pens are guaranteed not to leak ink into one's mouth when your hands are otherwise occupied with more important tasks, such as removing the pin from a grenade in order to prevent a tiger from charging a schoolbus filled with small children.
Never found yourself in this situation?
Well, son, Fineliners make your life a little more interesting, so I'd consider investing in decent body armor and a few machetes along with your purchase of these truly lovely art pens.
***In all seriousness: These are the best pens (in my humble opinion) for note-taking, bathroom graffiti regarding someone else's mum, and filling in the pages of coloring-books long after one has passed the age where it is socially acceptable for one to color in public. They last forever; I think I've left one uncapped for over a week with little noticeable damage. The only time I've had to buy a new set of 20 is when I've lost a few of the colors that aren't sold separately. There was much suffering in Guilder that night.***

Bottom line: I used to use Blick Stabilo Point 88s like you, but then I took at Staedtler Fineliner to the knee.
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Ho on March 7, 2005
Previously, these pens seemed unavailable in the US. I even tried special ordering them from my stationery story. I would always pick up a set every time I visited Europe.

As an aspiring academic, who takes lots of notes, and a connoisseur of pens since the Pilot Precise revolutionized disposable pens, I have to say the Staedtler Triplus Fineliner is the best that I have found.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By niteshade on January 23, 2012
I've had an art supply fetish for many years, through art school and a graphic design career. These are my favorite pens: high quality, well designed, and very useful.

* thin pens, with parabolically rounded tips
* writing feels precise, a bit softer and smoother than a Sharpie Pen
* write on most surfaces: plastic, metal, paper
* only permanent on porous surfaces like paper... wipes off of plastic or metal with a cloth
* lines are thin. These are not for writing on boxes or labeling shipping crates... they are for diagrams, coloring detailed pictures, or writing letters

* colors are vibrant and distinct.
* replacements are sold separately, so you don't have to worry about replacing the whole bunch if one wears out.
* pens don't wear out quickly... I've used them for a long time.
* colors don't bleed, at least not very much. Light colors do not significantly carry through a sheet of office paper.
* lines are crisp and clear
* comfortable to hold, light in the hand
* balanced even with the cap on the back of the ferrule
* acid free, so you don't have to worry how your designs will look in thirty years. Safe (but permanent) for writing on photographs
* container is clever: folds into an easel for easy access, closes with a satisfying snap
* tops snap on firmly
* lots of colors
* colors seem to have even intensity, between pens. Yellow will be light, of course, and black will be dark; however, generally, for example: light blue, light green, and light red all have similar strength. Each color (red, orange, yellow, green, aqua, blue, purple, brown, gray... etc.) each seem to have light, medium and dark variants of consistent color strength and intensity.
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