Staedtler Pigment Liner Bonus Sketch Set of 6 Liners for the Regular Price of 4(2 free), 308SB6P
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- Pigment liner bonus sketch set of 6 line widths
- 4+2 free pack in stand up easel case
- Lightfast waterproof smear free ink
- Long write out length
- Polypropylene barrel for long life and long metal tip
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|Color||Black||—||WHITE||A||9 Size, Micro-Line Pen||Black|
|Item Weight||—||1.6 ounces||0.16 ounces||1.6 ounces||—||1.6 ounces|
|Size||1-Pack||—||—||1 - Pack||—||5 line widths: 0.05, 0.10, 0.30, 0.50, 0.80mm|
Pigment Liner bonus sketch set of 6 liners- 4 + 2 free pack. Widths: 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.5, 0.8 mm. Excellent for writing, sketching & drawing. Lightfast, waterproof, quick-drying smear free pigment ink. Long metal tip for use w/rulers & templates.
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The thinnest pen is VERY thin, and great for writing cheat-sheet notecards for exams, you can fit a ton of info in very little space. The bigger pens are great for writing flashcards for class.
They write smoothly, but I'm a little worried about snapping the tips of the thinnest pens. It hasn't happened, but I don't have a heavy hand.
I have been using staedtler pens for the past year., and most smaller 4 packs are just as expensive if not more, but this set of 6 is a better deal.
Felt tip pens with varying line width. No bleed through or out.
Con: the smaller tipped pens (0.05 & 0.1) dry up quicker then I would like.
Still great for fine and smooth line work.
Never had an issue with using on any art papers.
I also love the stand. I wish it was easier to slide the pens back into the stand when using it in the easel position, but it's good enough--they don't need to be perfectly seated in the stand until I'm ready to close it. The size of the nib is imprinted on the end of the cap, so all the sizes are readily seen when resting in the stand. I wish they were refillable. (I know the Faber Castell pitt pens can be refilled--you're not supposed to, but you can--and I wish I knew if I could try it with this pen. I might take a chance, when they run dry). I've already bought a second set to have as a back up.
I disagree with other reviewers that the ink is a charcoal color. It's not the blackest of black, but it's black enough for me. I wish it was Copic-marker-friendly (this must be alcohol-based pigment, like Copics, because other reviewers have said the ink will run when mixed with Copics). For now, I'll have to stick with the Copic multiliner when needing to outline around alcohol marker designs. So far that's the only drawback I see. If a blacker ink is really important to you, try the Faber Castell Pitt pigment pens. The black is very dark, but I don't think they run as small as the nibs on this set, and FC doesn't label them the same as other marker companies do (.05mm, .1mm, etc.), which is a pain. They draw very well (not as impressed with the brush nibs, they skip a bit more than the fine nibs), but there are YouTube videos on how to refill them.
Getting six markers in the nifty case, I feel like this is a great deal. I'm impressed enough with these Staedtlers that I'm ready to pull the trigger on trying out the Staedtler Ergosoft Watercolor pencils and the Triplus fineliners as soon as I can.
I think the feel of the pen is just a very personal thing, so it's hard to say if everyone would like these better. These suit me, and I will definitely order again.