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Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Japanese Blue (Waterproof Ink)

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Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Japanese Blue (Waterproof Ink) - AKASHIYA TSG-300
  • Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Japanese Blue (Waterproof Ink) - AKASHIYA TSG-300
  • Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Japanese Blue (Waterproof Ink) - AKASHIYA TSG-300
  • Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Japanese Blue (Waterproof Ink) - AKASHIYA TSG-300
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New disposable brush pens with artificial fiber tips from Akashiya ideal for calligraphy and writing. Available in Black and Japanese Blue. Brush is waterproof.




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Specs
Model NumberAKASHIYA TSG-300
Shipping Weight0.25 oz
Body Color Brown
Body Material Plastic
Cartridge-Compatible No
Clippable No
Diameter - Grip 8 mm
Diameter - Max 8 mm
Grip Color Brown
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Characteristics Waterproof
Length - Capped 16.7 cm
Length - Posted 18.5 cm
Length - Uncapped 15.8 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Gray
Tip Length 7 mm
Tip Material Felt
Tip Replaceable No
Tip Size Super Fine

Reviews
  This pen is nice, but..., September 30, 2010
By geminica - See all my reviews
This pen is nice, but it is not waterproof. It feels like the opposite - a watercolor brush. Even a week after drawing, the ink washes away with water with absolute ease. For this reason it works well for laying down the base of a watercolor sketch.

Also, to be clear, the color is much as shown - it's very grey, not blue at all.

I took off one star because I don't find the color to be particularly gorgeous - some greys are just lovely, this one's a bit ho hum. But it's a decent watercolor brush.
  I love the thinner body..., October 10, 2009
By transient.nature - See all my reviews
I love the thinner body of this pen, as it is a lot like using a paint brush. I think the Akashiya Pens require a lighter hand to get the very fine lines, and this might take a bit of practice for some.