Sharpie 三福 签字笔-SAN1742663(黑色 12支/盒)
Uncap the Creativity
When it comes to self-expression, nothing beats a Sharpie. Introduced in 1964, the world’s first pen-style permanent marker made its indelible mark on the world. Suddenly, paper wasn’t the only surface with a voice: Glass, wood, stone, plastic and metal all became a canvas. And that was just the beginning. Today, each new color and style sparks ideas, inspires creativity and makes life more fun for humans everywhere. So what are you waiting for? Grab a Sharpie and uncap your imagination.
Familiar writing with a twist
Everyday writing tasks are a breeze with Sharpie Pens, which offer the smooth writing experience you expect from a Sharpie marker in a comfortable, familiar pen format. The smooth, archival-quality ink produces clear, legible text and lines, making Sharpie Pens perfect for jotting down notes, journaling, writing letters or making custom cards, and the quick-drying formula is waterproof and resists fading and bleeding for lasting impact. The AP Certified nontoxic pen ink is ideal for classrooms, offices and home use, and a variety of pen tip and barrel styles meet all the demands of your daily life.
- Pen-style format offers a comfortable grip and writing experience
- Nontoxic, waterproof ink resists smearing when dry
- Archival-quality ink formula won’t bleed through paper or fade over time
- Available in a variety of tips and ink colors
The Sharpie Fine-Point Pen provides the precision you need for detailed drawings, diagrams and lettering. Smooth, archival-quality ink produces sharp, easy-to-read text that won’t fade or smear as time goes by.
Make a statement with the Sharpie Medium-Point Pen, which features a bold medium-point tip that allows for expressive writing. The quick-drying ink offers visual impact for documentation, labeling and office tasks.
Simply click and start writing with the Sharpie Retractable Pen, which features a retractable pen tip and a durable porous point that creates detailed, precise lettering for all of your home or office needs.
Write comfortably for extended periods with the Sharpie Grip Pen, which provides a cushioned grip along the barrel to reduce hand strain for all-day use. The smooth writing experience is enhanced by fluid ink delivery. Available in fine or medium tips for versatility.
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They do not smear while writing like so many other pens do. They also do not bleed through unless you use really thin, cheap notebook paper or press down really hard, and they have bold ink that doesn't fade or run out. I hate having to scribble with a dying pen to get it to work, but do not experience this problem when using these pens. My hand also hurts considerably less using these pens compared to a pencil, especially after an hour of note writing in lectures.
I uploaded several pictures of my English notes to show buyers the lack of smearing, lack of bleeding through, and bold color you get when using these pens.
Writing utensil snobs rejoice!
First, the nib can bend if too much pressure is applied over time, not sure if that will apply to this pen, but I will update if it does!
Second, there appears to be WAY less ink in the black retractable pen. After using one of those pens to take notes in class, like 2-3 pages a day, the pen ran out after a little over 2 months. After some investigation, since some other users of that pen had the same issue, I found this article comparing the ink cartridges of the available Sharpie pens: http://officesupplygeek.com/pen-review/felt-or-plastic-tip/inside-your-sharpie-pen/ .
Long story short, get these Original Sharpie pens over the retractable version because they have larger ink cartridges = more ink. The cartridge is smaller in diameter in the grip version Sharpie pen, which could lead to less ink, but I've never used those pens because they are more expensive at retail stores than the other versions.
I mainly use the fine point pen for labeling, sketching and taking notes at meetings. Labeling is really nice with this pen because I can write very small and precise without worry of the ink coming off. Sketching is fantastic with this pen because the marking is so fine that if I replicated it with a mechanical pencil I would probably break the lead often. I often use these pens for taking notes because notes are meant for my own benefit and do not need to be perfect as I write quickly and write in the margins.
I have to fill out a lot of forms and we must use blue or black ink and the Shrpie pen is perfect for this as it can write in small sections of official forms where you can't use pencil. The only downside is you can not use these pens with carbon paper, especially if there are multiple carbon copies underneath the original.
I have used the fine point Sharpie pens along with the medium point Sharpie pens and for a more defined line and marking/editing I prefer the medium point pens otherwise for everyday writing I prefer the fine point pens. I like these pens a lot and do not use ball point pens at all if I can help it.