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Sakura 30062 6-Piece Pigma Micron Ink Pen Set, Black
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- Pigma micron ink pen set
- Experience smooth, skip-free writing and crisp ink colors that leave consistent lettering and lines every time
- Nib sizes for precise line width are 0.20mm, 0.25mm, 0.30mm, 0.35mm, 0.45mm and 0.50mm respectively
- Achieved universal appeal and is carried by technical professionals, artists and crafters
- Available in 6-piece per pack and black color
- Fine point pen ideal for drawing and writing
- Archival quality ink for use in acid-free environments
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Top Customer Reviews
I purchased these for my art class that required these pens. I like the fine tips and they are great. They are made nicely and the in really doesn't bleed or mess up. It's a very nice solid black color unlike Sharpie markers. I like everything about them but I realize after using the 01 pen for only a few minutes, it always dries up and then would work again after numerous scribbling. The 05 and 08 pens are fine and come out really bold and nice, but the ink does take a while to dry. I smudged it by accident once, and I normally do let things air out and dry.
The 05 and 08 (or basically thicker tips), tend to "hair" up or just shed. I always have to use my fingers to pull out these pieces that get stuck onto them or come off from them. Overall, the product is good, but the fact that the thinner ones tend to dry out and require a lot of scribbling to fix is kind of inconvenient and annoying.
First off, they come in a variety of sizes, from the fairly thick .05 to the deliciously thin .005. It offers a nice range of line widths for artwork and a must-have for comic art. (And be sure to get the Brush Pen, the pen that acts like a mini-paintbrush!)
The peeve I have about Sakura Micron is that the tip of the .005 is a bit fragile and liable to bend, but considering how tiny it is, you sort of expect that.
Overall, a good pen whose sizes and alternate colors really make them stand out, but you have to be careful with the points, especially .005.
Their primary good feature is the ink, which is very dark, covers well, does not bleed through paper, and is waterproof and archival-quality . . . for real. It is an extremely high-quality ink, and that's why I keep buying them. I have found no better disposable pen in fifteen years.
The ink flow is moderate, neither too slow nor too free. They are well-suited for both outlining and for a more scratchy cross-hatching/scumbling approach, as they aren't so free-flowing that ink will wick out of them at the slightest touch of pen to paper. Put the tip down, leave it, that's about the size of the dot you get.
The ink dries quickly and does not easily smear, although on very smooth paper that absorbs slower, execute care. As they run out of ink, they flow less easily, which can be frustrating.
I draw in spurts, off and on, and have found that, unused, the pens will reliably last about a year if carefully stored (i.e., make sure the cap is on, it's not hot in the room, etc.). When using several sizes at once, cap them between use. The ink dries quickly on paper, which is great, but it also dries quickly in the tips. You can get them going again by writing a bit, but it's better to just take care.
They write and draw well on most regular drawing papers, but not so well on photo papers or papers with any sort of plastic or super-slick finish; for those jobs, there are Micron pens specifically for photo paper. They aren't Sharpies, and don't write on things besides paper.Read more ›
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Ink stability is tantamount in a notebook for company or personal use. I can write with confidence knowing that my writing won't smear or fade and possibly lead me in a touchy legal situation.
I also really like the fact that the caps STAY on the opposite ends when writing, unlike some pens which don't positively lock on and fall off, eventually being lost.
My only gripe is that I'm often afraid of bending the tips of the smaller diameter pens.
I use these pens at work in labs to document my findings and observations, as well as to draw any intellectual property that may be used in legal disputes. REMEMBER, your word is only as good as your documentation, engineers!
Side note: A lot of the people who use the pens are incorrectly describing the sizes. The pen designation is a #005 and not it's diameter, not .005in, or 0.005mm. That #005 is 0.20mm in diameter, the "#" does not directly correlate to the pen diameter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am loving these pens and someday I will purchase other sizes and different colors too. They write very smoothly and don't bleed through your paper. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Pat C.
Love It! Use this for drawing in details in my watercolor due to the great control!Published 17 hours ago by MD Hawaii
Love these pens. They don't bleed and I love the variety of sizes!Published 3 days ago by Nancy may
I love these pens, I've had them for two years and the same set is still running strong. The lines are crisp and the width variation is great. Read morePublished 3 days ago by pennamed
These pens where recommended to me by my art teacher and I am very glad I took her advice. These pens use a special type of ink that does not bleed. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amanda eaimwirat
I used to use Sharpies when doing pen and ink projects. I'll never go back. I like that these don't bleed through to the other side of my sketchbook pages. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Shara
Guys again pens leak they do that it was probably packaging if it came out busted but don't blame a bargain for giving you crap when you wanted a bargain and not a legit like copic... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer