|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 0.6 x 7.2 inches|
|Item model number||41400|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||2 Pack (Extra Fine)|
|Point Type||Extra Fine|
|Tip Type||fine point|
|Manufacturer Part Number||41400|
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- Brilliant, decorative paint marks permanently on most surfaces including plastic, glass, wood, coated paper and metal
- Identify items like tools, sporting goods and electronic equipment
- Looks great on dark backgrounds
- The unique extra fine 0.5mm point is ideal for crafts
- Set of 2 pens - one Gold, one Silver
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Pilot Gold and Silver Permanent Markers feature sparkling metallic colors that produce a bold, dramatic effect, making these markers ideal for special creative projects. The set includes 1 gold marker and 1 silver marker. A professional-grade ink delivery system ensures smooth permanent marking on nearly any flat surface, including glass, photos, plastic, paper, and more! You can also use them to identify items like tools, sporting goods and electronic equipment. The unique extra fine 0.5mm points look great on dark backgrounds, making these ideal marking pens for all kinds of crafts.
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The pen is the type that holds a cylinder of oil-based liquid silver paint with a metal mixer-bead inside. Shake it, then use it. Holding the barrel and pressing down on the writing surface depresses the tip into the pen, and causes the ink to flow fast. Way too fast, in fact.
Once the pen has been started the first time after unpackaging it, it becomes a leaky fountain of smearing, hand staining, floor dripping liquid silver. The instructions say to return it to the original package and store it with the tip up. Don't ignore that advise. If you use it very slowly and deliberately, it will get the job done. Rush through a job at your peril.
After storing it (in the package, tip up of course) for a few days, I find that sometimes it has a lot of clear oil at the tip, but not much silver. The best way to write perfectly right away, is to fetch a bit of paper towel, turn the pen right-side-up (tip down as if you were writing) and VERY GENTLY dab it on the towel. Don't depress the tip again - it probably doesn't need it. You'll see clear oil spots soak into the towel for the first few dabs, then it will start putting silver down. Now it's ready to write.
I like how writing from this pen looks, and I continue to buy them because they do what I need. I really wish they weren't so finicky, but I haven't found a better solution.
Update December 4th, 2017;
Found the Gold pen (brand new) and same problem. The nip never able to write even though a big drop of ink comes out showing liquid ink. Not sure if I got a bad (possibly old) batch. I have used these previously for long time with out any problem, but these ones refuse to write.