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Sakura 57370 10-Piece Gelly Roll Blister Card Assorted Colors Metallic Gel Ink Pen Set
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- Gelly roll blister card assorted colors metallic gel ink pen set
- A roller ball pen that is easy and comfortable to write with
- Archival quality ink chemically stable, waterproof, and fade resistant
- No smears, feathers, or bleed-through on most papers
- Set consists of 2 each gold, 1 each silver, copper, blue, red, green, purple, pink, emerald colors
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|Classic||Metallic||Moonlight||Stardust||Gold Shadow||Silver Shadow|
|Special Effect||Solid color||Reflective metal||Opaque, luminous||Glitter||Two tone gold + color outline||Two tone silver + color outline|
|Opaque (writes on black)||Only white||✓||✓||Only gold shows||Only silver shows|
|Writes on glossy papers||✓||✓|
|Archival||✓||✓||Yes, except fluorescent colors||Ink is, glitter may wear off|
|Available in fine point sizes||✓||✓|
|Available in medium point sizes||✓|
|Available in bold point sizes||Only white||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Sakura has developed the latest technology in the evolution of the ballpoint pen; a writing instrument that glides smoother than a ballpoint pen and doesn't bleed or blot through thin paper like ordinary ink pens or liquid roller-ball pens. Dries permanent, water and fade proof. Extremely smooth writing; consistent ink flow to the very last drop. This package contains ten 1.0 Metallic: 2 Gold, Silver, Copper, Blue, Purple, Pink, Green, Teal, and Red. Imported.
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Gel ink pens deliver a consistent medium line to the last stroke and reflective sheen that is distinct and adds an energetic zest to any writing, drawing or doodle. Archival-quality metallic ink writes on white or black papers, and matte or glossy surfaces. Will not smear or feather when dry. Does not bleed through most papers. Ink is waterproof, chemical-proof and fade-resistant. Meets ASTM and ACMI nontoxicity standards. Not recommended for use on fabrics intended to be washed and not evaluated for use on skin.
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Metallic - 14 metallic colors show up well on both black AND white paper
Moonlight - 20 pens - 10ea of 0.3 & 0.5 mm line size - these are opaque and show up well on both black and white paper
Stardust - My favorite! - 13 glitter pens - these show up on black paper, but not great, they show up very well on white paper
Shadows - 5 gold shadows and 5 silver shadows - How to explain these? Hmmm ok... when you first apply them, they appear as the color you see in the barrel, then as they dry, the gold or silver appears, and the color becomes an undertone. The effect works well on white paper, but on black paper it just appears as gold or silver.
and last, but not least, are the Classics - 17 pens - 11 - 0.3 and 6 - 0.5 mm line size. There is only ONE of these that will show up on black paper, and that is the white one.
These write smoothly, the flow is good, and time-wise, they continue to work. I had gold and silver metallic gel pens that I would only use once a year for xmas cards, and the Gelly Rolls were the only gel pens that still worked every year. I had a box of 48 Fiskars gels that I had to throw out because none of them worked anymore except for the black one. (and yes, I tried all the tricks to revive them)
Now here's a tip IF you're obsessively organized: There are 6 sections in which to organize the pens, and I wanted the pens to line up under the proper heading. So, I found that if you put them top to bottom and also stack them that way, all the metallics fit in section 1, The classics in sec 2, Moonlight in sec 3 & 4, Stardust in sec 5, and Shadows in sec 6.
One last thing, on the other side of the banner, there's a chart so you can fill in the colors.
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Here's how: (1) Heat some water to simmer in a large diameter frying pan (fill about 1/4 the pan). (2) Place your dry pens in a cake pan, and float the cake pan in the simmering water. (3) If you have one, put a lid over the frying pan. No lid? Not a problem. (4) Let pens warm up for around 10-15 minutes, then take them out of the frying pan. (5) Choose a pen to experiment and make some scribble circles on paper. You should be rewarded with a flow of pastel ink! That's it. Good luck to you.
The burgundy looks like dark brown, which is good because brown gel pens are in short supply.
The metallic pens are weird, but fabulous on black paper.
These pens are great for adult/intricate coloring books.
The package of pens that I received write smoothly, don't feather, and the ink comes out perfectly.