|Item Weight||0.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 8.5 x 6.5 inches|
|Item model number||S360-36|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Set of 36|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S360-36|
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Pentel Color Pen, Set of 36, Assorted (S360-36)
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- Vivid, water-based ink colors for a variety of applications
- Durable fiber tip produces fine lines
- Generous ink supply is excellent for decorating posters
- Snap-fit cap prevents tip from drying out
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Variety of Color
Pentel Color Pens are available in a wide assortment of colors and collections.
Durable and Reliable
These fiber-tipped pens create radiant fine lines and intense water-based colors. Snap fit caps help keep Color Pens lasting longer and prevent from dry-outs.
Pentel, well known for its high-quality writing instruments, has been manufacturing and selling art supplies for more than 60 years. Established in 1946 as The Japan Stationary Co., the organization started by selling school supplies such as watercolors, crayons and oil pastels.
Artists, students, and craft enthusiast are able to choose from a wide variety of wonderful Pentel Arts products, all milled from the finest materials and available in brilliant colors. Consumers can purchase with confidence because all Pentel products are warranted for life against failure due to defects in material and workmanship.
Top Customer Reviews
Triplus Fineliner(30): Out of the bunch these have the smoothest application and I enjoy using them the most. You don't have to worry about ruining the paper if you go over the same spot a couple times. You can actually fill up a decent size area without it being streaky like you'd expect with most of these products. It's unfortunate they chose so many muted/ dark colors (12/30 to be exact) and they are the most expensive. Bleed? Little to moderate
Stabilo(30): Wide range of bright colors at a decent price. I find myself reaching for these more than steadtler because of the colors although they have a harder tip and can be scratchy, it would be hard to fill a decent size area but good for precision. Bleed? Moderate
Pentel(36): Got these to fill in bigger spaces as they're cheaper than the steadtler colour pens and stabilo 68 pens. For the price they're ok. I love all the colors but really hate using them. They feather, can't be used for precision, and tear up the paper pretty fast. It's almost impossible to get even coverage as well. I'm not sure how much use I'll get out of them, pretty bummed overall. Bleed? Yes
Monami(24): I love these things. They're CHEAP!, colorful, and bright- but not good for big areas. The tip is hard to explain, think maybe like Papermate Flairs except finer, great for details that can be hard to get with the other fineliners. They're actually good for writing as well(I buy the packs of black for note taking). It's smoother than the pentel felt tip but will still tear up the paper and can give streaky coverage (some colors more than others) if you aren't careful. Note- they sometimes "sputter" when brand new. Not a lot though and it subsides quickly. Bleed? Little to none!
For just coloring or for kids, these are absolutely perfect. These are extremely vibrant, the ink lasts forever, they don't dry out quickly if you leave a cap off, they travel very well, the color selection is fantastic, and they are priced extremely well.
If, however, you are using them for a mixed media project - or will be using more than one technique on your project - you will run into some problems. (Then again, these aren't touted as "fine art" markers - or priced as such.) The colors are great - but filling in large spaces will be problematic because they are "streaky". They leave a very definite line with each stroke - so you will end up with a project that looks like you colored it in first grade. Secondly, altho these start out with a fantastic nib, it degrades quickly - and you wind up with a lot of little "fuzzies", fine "hairs" and the tip of the nib becomes "floppy" even tho the rest of the nib remains firm. This causes problems when trying to fill in small spaces, or writing. (Leaves a lot of tiny stray marks.)
Also, these are definitely not waterproof - or water resistant. One drop of water will destroy whatever you've colored. Since water will leave a distinct mark on the paper, I thought maybe they would work well if blended with water. I colored and then used a waterbrush and a regular brush with a little water, to try to blend the "streaks" away. NOT a good idea. You just wind up with a mess. (They aren't advertised for this use - but I thought it might work.Read more ›
Was very surprised after reading so many good reviews. Waited too long to try the markers, so now I can't return them.
she adopted them and used them almost daily for every type of art project.
They travel very well so they have also been on many trips with us.
The pinks ran out after about two years of use...
after about three years of use a few of the other colors began to show signs of running out.
I was AMAZED they lasted as long as they did!!!
We are now on a second set.
My daughter is nearly 8, and she still LOVES these markers.
I highly recommend them to ANY one of ANY age who loves markers with great vibrant, long-lasting color!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good for writing in a journal, calendars, posterboards, etc but NOT for adult coloring in books! Once u start coloring back and forth these markers will start tearing thru your... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Yvette R. Williams
Please choose a different marker set. The first set that I received had the majority of the markers dried out upon arrival. I requested a replacement, but they had the same issue. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Jennifer Charlap
I use these for fun, and with my kids. I like the case and the markers last a long time.Published 21 hours ago by Stephanie
Just what I needed to make signs and enhance marketing materials for my fashion jewelry business. Great color selection.Published 1 day ago by Beads and Dangles
Great markers that we use not only to color in adult coloring books, but also to write color coded appointments on the family calendar. Read morePublished 5 days ago by M. Hicks