|Brand Name||Paper Mate|
|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.9 x 3.8 x 0.9 inches|
|Item model number||1928605|
|Color||Tropical and Basic Colors|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1928605|
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Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Pens, Medium Point, Limited Edition Tropical & Assorted Colors, 12-Count
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- Limited edition collection in lush, tropical colors plus an array of classic colors
- Quick-drying ink resists smearing and won’t bleed through paper
- Felt tip draws bold and expressive lines
- Point Guard prevents tip from fraying for longer life
- Includes: Guava, Papaya, Surf's Up, Scuba Dive, Orchid Lei and Passion Fruit plus 6 classic felt tip pens
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About Paper Mate
Paper Mate, with its recognizable two hearts logo, has been providing progressive, performance-driven pens, pencils and correction products for more than 50 years. Today, Paper Mate is introducing a wide range of leading edge, new products that meet the demands of today’s consumers. From students to professionals, Paper Mate continues its love affair with the American public and the world.
Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Marker Pen
Classic writing tool in modern colors
The world’s classic felt tip writing instrument lets you express yourself with true style and color. Available in 26 colors with a medium and 8 colors with an ultra fine tip. The Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Marker Pen provides bold and expressive lines and is great for editing documents and papers. This writing instrument features Point Guard technology to protect the felt tip, and quick-drying, water-based ink that doesn't bleed through paper.
- Water-based ink dries fast
- Point Guard extends felt tip life
- Contoured grip for ease of use
- Wide range of colors available
Fast Dry Time
The Flair's quick-drying, water-based ink rarely smears, making this pen perfect for left-handed users in addition to general use. The special ink formula also significantly reduces the potential for bleed through.
Wide Range of Colors
Paper Mate Flair pens are available in bold, vivid colors that add weight to your written words and sparkle to your sketches.
The comfortable, contoured grip is easy on the hand to provide greater control for precision writing and drawing.
Point Guard Technology
The Flair's special tip features Point Guard technology that prevents tips from fraying, extending writing life.
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|Point Guard No-Crush Tip||✓|
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|Multiple Ink Colors Available||✓|
|Retractable Version Available||✓||✓|
Put paradise on paper with Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Pens in limited edition tropical hues! Draw crisp, vivid lines in lush colors with a special ink formula that won’t bleed through paper. Your pack also comes with a vibrant array of classic Paper Mate Flair pen colors with the same no-bleed ink. The colored pens feature a slim design that feels good in your hand and provides greater writing control. Try these island-inspired colors: Guava, Papaya, Surf’s Up, Scuba Dive, Orchid Lei and Passion Fruit.
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|Item Dimensions||3.8 x 8.9 x 0.9 in||7.75 x 0.4 x 7.6 in||0.5 x 12 x 1 in||0.75 x 4.75 x 7.75 in|
Top Customer Reviews
The tropical colors are nice -- know that about half of these colors won't be great probably to write with for "official" purposes, because they're too light or lower in contrast-- but they're excellent colors for drawings, emphasizing certain words, color coding, etc.
I think the tips on these last a long time. If you press really hard, they'll get larger and probably won't last as long...but you don't need to press hard at all to write with these, so if you use them nicely, they should last at least as long as other pens, probably longer. Make sure to snap the caps on all the way.
They are not permanent (they're not Sharpies), so you can't use them to write on plastic or magazine type paper, because they'll smear. They also don't smell bad like permanent markers, and they don't tend to bleed through paper (although they will a little bit, especially with thinner paper, like newspaper or phone book type paper). I would say you probably wouldn't want to plan to write fully on both sides of notebook paper with these, because you'll probably be able to see through to the other side. This doesn't bother me, because of the ease in writing with Flairs. They don't bleed through the paper that checks are made from, so they're fine to write checks with, they won't ruin the next check or anything.
FYI, you can't press through to multiple carbon copies with Flairs (or any felt tip pens) -- you'd need a ball point pen for that. You'd damage the felt tip if you tried, and even then it wouldn't be hard enough to provide the pressure needed. I find that there are few instances nowadays when you are required to write on forms with carbon copies, so I don't think that's a big problem. (I have also just written on each of the carbon copy pages individually to avoid shoulder pain from ball point pens.)
These usually wash out easily of clothing (assuming the clothing is washable and you don't wait too long or accidentally dry it before noticing the ink...though even then I usually can get it out with an overnight soak in detergent water). I wouldn't necessarily give them to little kids, though, unless they're wearing old clothes and stay away from upholstery! :-)
Overall, I prefer the Liquid Flairs (aka Liquid Expresso), because they're even easier to write with than these Flairs -- but those are significantly more expensive, and they also take longer to dry, so they can be impractical when you're in a hurry (like with check writing). The Liquid Flairs can also be more prone to leaks, mostly caused by broken caps...these regular Flairs have caps that never break, in my experience. I keep both kinds in my purse, on my desk, and pretty much everywhere else I write!