|Item Weight||4.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.2 x 6.8 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||334 SB10A603|
|Inside Pockets||10 colors in stand up easel case|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||334 SB10A603|
Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens, Pack of 10, Assorted Colors (334 SB10A603)
|Price:||$6.73 + $4.62 shipping|
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- 10 color triples Fine liner set
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- This item is manufactured in Germany
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10 color triples fine liner set. This item belongs to craft supplies, arts-and-crafts-supplies. This item is manufactured in Germany.
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|Connection type||Fine||Fine||0.3 mm||0.3mm|
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PS Anyone looking for a good way to de-stress? Grab a coloring book and go to town. It is so soothing. Weird, but it works.
I really love these pens, but you have to be really careful not to press too hard when writing. As an undergrad, I use them to take notes from my textbooks, and while I love the color and the fine tip, I write quickly and tend to press kind of hard when writing, so the nibs wear down quickly (especially in classes where I have at least one chapter a week to read). I've had to replace two colors now, one of them twice. Also, it may be because I have cheap filler paper, but they do smudge a little bit when highlighting over what's been written. Not enough that it's a problem, but just thought I'd point that out. (The attached picture shows the two I'm replacing along with one I almost never use.)
Still, despite those tiny faults, I really love these pens and plan on continuing to use them for textbook notes through graduate school too!
The colors are all true to cap and write wonderfully. I'm usually a fine tip ballpoint girl, but I love these as well, especially for planning. They don't bleed through most of the paper I use for my planning, but they do feather after a few years, so they don't work well for scrapbooking. They are great on labels and if you laminate, I've never had them feather.