|Item Weight||5.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.8 x 8.6 x 8.1 inches|
|Item model number||41600|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Single Pen (Extra Fine)|
|Point Type||Extra Fine|
|Manufacturer Part Number||41600|
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Pilot Silver Metallic Permanent Paint Marker, Extra Fine Point, Single Pen (41600)
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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
- Silver ink - 1 pen
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Pilot Silver Permanent Markers feature sparkling metallic colors that produce a bold, dramatic effect, making this marker ideal for special creative projects. 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 it to identify items like tools, sporting goods and electronic equipment. The unique extra fine 0.5mm point looks great on dark backgrounds, make this an ideal marking pen for all kinds of crafts.
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|Item Dimensions||8.6 x 12.75 x 8.1 in||2.1 x 7.7 x 0.7 in||1.89 x 5.51 x 0.31 in||3.75 x 0.5 x 7.65 in||7.5 x 0.5 x 2.63 in||8.5 x 2.06 x 9.12 in|
|Size||Single Pen (Extra Fine)||2-Count||1.5mm||4-Count||Fine||36-Count|
Top customer reviews
1. Shake them up VERY well. And shake them periodically during use.
2. If you're having trouble pumping the pen (to get the ink to the tip), try holding the pen tip side up & pumping against the bottom of a paper cup (or similar surface).
3. (Probably should be #1) Do NOT remove the plastic seal that covers the "joint" between the pen base & the pen tip. Admittedly, this discovery was made the hard way, but if you read the microscopic print on the pen, you find that piece of it-looks-like-packaging plastic actually provides a vacuum-type seal for the ink.
4. Keep some paper towels on hand (I've advanced to those pointed "safety" Q-tips designed for babies), & after pumping the ink to the tip and periodically throughout usage, wipe the pen carefully, at the base of the tip (where tip meets plastic tip holder).
Following these usage "rules" may seem like a pain in the neck, but believe me: the quality of the results is outstanding & very much worth the trouble when you get the hang of it!
5 stars when they eliminate the hassle.