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Staedtler 334sb20bk Triplus Fineliner Pen - 0.3 Mm Pen Point Size - Assorted Ink - 20 / Pack


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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 Dimensions8.3 x 6.4 x 0.6 inches
Item model number334 SB20
Manufacturer Part Number334 SB20
  
Additional Information
ASINB00016XNT8
Best Sellers Rank #29,631 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 13, 2005
  
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Product Description

Triplus Fine liner 20 count assorted colors in Staedtler stand up desk top box

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They write very nicely.
Amanda Sawyer
The fine tip also makes these useful for writing small notes on pages and it doesn't bleed.
OhSoStephanie
The colors are vibrant.
cbrungard

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111 of 116 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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45 of 49 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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42 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Velvet Marmoset on February 2, 2004
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These are FANTASTIC pens. Especially for the obsessive-compulsive note-taker type - i.e. the medical student, or pre-med student.
The case doubles as a stand-up pen stand, and is solid and difficult to destroy.
The color selection is excellent, and I only have a ten-pack.
They glide beautifully, and have lasted through many pages of ridiculous note-taking.
Staedtler claims you can leave the pens open for "days" without them drying out -- I've only tested them for a few hours at a time, and they're great!
$14.95 is a very good price for a set of 20, depending upon shipping of course.
My only complaint is that the pens are slightly small to hold -- which is great for compact storage, but not so good for hand-cramps -- the triangular barrel shape helps alleviate the problem to a significant extent though.
Now, IF ONLY I COULD FIND THEM FOR SALE SOMEWHERE AGAIN!!!!
AMAZON -- PLEASE SELL THESE AGAIN!!!
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Deremiah *CPE on March 24, 2006
The technology of these pens are fabulous and I'm not just saying that because they're made in Germany. I've got more than a couple of packs of these and they are wonderfully made.

QUALITY...

From the triangular smooth plastic streamlined body all the way down to the color coded tip I'm thinking quality every time I start. I don't have to think twice about what pen to use when the ergonomic design is put in place to keep me from experiencing pen fatigue and that's really important because I love to write all the time. I also think that's the cool part.

Now whether I'm busy working on a small intimate portrait or journaling about the tremendous out come of a successful business endeavour when I reach for my Staedtler's pens it's all about the end result and a pen I can bank on.

You see this is probably the neatest part of all. The DRY SAFE technology. It keeps me from having to be up tight if I mislocate a pen cap for several days.

How many times have you snatched up a pen took off into a writing frenzy and had trouble finding the cap for a few hours. I'd be lying if I said it hasn't happened to me more than a couple of times. But because of the DRY SAFE technology you don't have to worry about the pen drying up or out and that's cool!

WHY THE 20 PACK?

Now the 20 pack gives you a rainbow assortment of colors with up to three colors (or more) within the same color range. Why is this important? Because when you're trying to create depth, or you're layering to create a nice blend you need a range of colors to go there. Take it from an award-winning artist or keep knocking your head up against the wall (which ever you think is easier)these pens are great.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. Adlam TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 5, 2009
Just over a year ago, I was in Office Depot looking to replace one of my favorite art pens. They didn't have it in stock, but I couldn't leave empty-handed. When I saw how fine these pens were (0.3mm), plus they were on sale, I dove right in feet first and bought the 20 pack. Then I forgot about them (I found my preferred pen at the art store later that day). For a year they sat languishing in my art box unused and unloved, so when I pulled them out for my annual "pen check", I expected them to be dead.

I was wrong.

Not only were these pens alive and kicking, they wrote like I had bought them earlier that day. (That was a week ago and they're still going strong.)

Each pen is lightweight with a slender body and comfortable to grip; if you prefer thick-bodied pens, then it may be a deal-breaker. The line each pen produces is smooth and even with just enough grip to control the line direction. The ink is highly saturated with pigment producing a vivid color, but it's slightly darker than the cap indicates. It's not horrendous, but it's something to bear in mind if you're coloring artwork because it means you may have to lighten up on the pen pressure a bit. (I use moderate pressure and had to use *very* light pressure to soften up the color.)

Depending on the quality of paper used, bleed-through is minimal. For instance, in my Moleskine notebook and my regular ruled notebook (brand Mead) where the sheets are thin, there is noticeable bleed so writing can only be done on one side, but for my sketchbooks (brands Academie, Cachet and heavyweight Moleskine) there was no noticeable bleed.

The pen case is sturdy and doubles as a stand, leaning the pens back at a nice angle which makes keeping them organized and at your fingertips a complete snap.
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