Pentel Tough Name Oil-Based Marker Pen - Fine Point - Black

Pentel Tough Name Oil-Based Marker Pen - Fine Point - Black

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4.5 (2 reviews)
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This oil-based ink marker from Pentel is called Tough Name for a reason - the permanent markings will last on surfaces like fabric, plastic, and wood, without washing off! These markers are a great way to label items and are available in different line widths.

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Great pen that writes...
June 22, 2012
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Great pen that writes on everything. I am a chef and have been looking for a black marker that can write on plastic, cardboard, labels, etc. This pen does it all...it even writes on top of light condensation. It dries quickly and does not smear. I find that Sharpies smear on some plastics and labels and can take a while to dry. This marker is not quite as pitch black as a Sharpie, but that's really a non-issue for my needs. Fantastic marker....I only wish JetPens sold them by the dozen.
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I bought this and the...
June 12, 2012
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I bought this and the extra fine style because my favorite pens are now out of stock and I was looking for replacement pens with the same type of ink.
This is a decently comfortable pen- make sure not to grip it too tightly or you will cramp easily.
The tips are felt and if you leave the cap off they will dry out (i dipped mine into water, capped it, placed it tip down in my pen cup and waited and hour)
The pen does make a scratching noise across the paper (felt fibers grabbing at paper fibers) but it's fairly effortless and smooth, there are a few catches, but that is probably on my end as a writer. I have never been a fan of felt tips since I wear them out pretty quickly, but this is a darn nice pen for what I was looking for.
I use mine for everyday use. I did test it on my office table (wooden) and it did leave a mark I was only able to remove it by extreme friction, so beware, especially since these bleed through!
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