Platinum Preppy Ink Tip Refillable Sign Marker Pen - Red

Platinum Preppy Ink Tip Refillable Sign Marker Pen - Red

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3.7 (6 reviews)
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The Preppy line from Platinum is so comfortable and practical that our customers have requested that we bring in the entire line. So now the Preppy fountain pen, marker, and highlighter are all available at JetPens.

The brilliant design of the Platinum Preppy Sign Markers is that they work just like a fountain pen! They use convenient ink refill cartridges. Just pop one in and in seconds the nib is filled and ready to go. The markers are great for frequent use because even the tip is replaceable. Even though they are made for the office, they are especially kid friendly because you can always replace the tip after they have been abused. Very economical and eco-friendly. Seven vibrant colors available.

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Customer Reviews

I did really like the...
May 22, 2009
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I did really like the design and performance of Preppy sign pens. In fact, they appear to work very well with converters and Noodler's ink.

However, there's a serious problem that plagues them: the plastic enclosure is quite flimsy. One of the pens I have have already cracked, even though I was especially careful not to apply any excessive pressure.
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This pen writes very...
October 25, 2012
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This pen writes very nice.. however, that's about it..

The plastic is brittle, and since the cap is stopped by the width of the barrel, this has already cracked as others have pointed out. It looks like the inner lining doubles to catch the end without having it wedged tight, but it doesn't. Also, be careful with the refill feature, I barely screwed the bottom to the top, and I can't get it off with normal force, I'm afraid I'll hear a crack if I pry harder...

And yes, the ink is pink.. well.. not really. The ink is red, a nice red, but the pen is too wet. Writing gives you a diluted red, or a 'pink'. If you trace over it about a minute per trace, you will have a nice red line in 3 minutes. Try and rush it, and the drenched paper rolls onto the pen. Does the same thing from cheap .50 per 500 school notebook paper to maruman. Same if you try and draw a filled in circle and aren't perfect. Not worth the hassle. Still looks nice, but I have no use for a pink writing pen.

I tried drying it out, but no use. Still wet and pink. I've been using it for useless things like sign in sheets for students...

Writing - uneven color
Drawing, not so great if you plan on going over the same place twice.
Feels really nice on the paper, until you go over a spot and can feel it dragging.

Could be very good with another brand ink, but I'm not sure..
i like the pen.. but...
April 10, 2011
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i like the pen..
but i think i got the color pink :(
These are an amazing...
January 25, 2010
These are an amazing pen and I love the color of the red. They write nice & smooth. By far my favorite pen!
Just got my first Preppy...
November 12, 2009
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Just got my first Preppy Sign Marker in Red. I'm excited about the design since my kids end up using up the red markers in sets first and then I have to buy a whole new set just for the red. However, the color isn't nearly as vibrant as I had hoped for. Any ideas why? Does it just take a while for the ink to intensify?

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