Average Customer Review
I have these and the...
, January 29, 2014
I have these and the Staedtler 0.3mm set. The Stabillo has more colors so that
is a plus, but both of them have a serious flaw in the ink that bothers me, and
it happens on a variety of good art papers. I have tried them on Canson XL
marker paper, Canson XL mixed media paper and Copic marker paper and I get a
strange texture from the ink - as if it is bleeding into the paper in some spots
and staying on top of the paper in others. It does not seem to lay down as
smoothly as I would like.
These do feel a bit thinner to me, but that isn't a problem for me, but it might
be a problem for others.
Frankly, I have a tough time telling much difference in the Staedtler 0.3 mm and
Stabillo 0.4 tips when it comes to the size, and they both put down very fine
lines for writing. I just don't like filling in an area with solid coverage.
These are okay. I have...
, July 24, 2013
These are okay. I have always liked a good fine-tipped marker pen, and these
have some definite advantages over some of the other ones. For one, these
absolutely have the boldest, most pigmented ink, which I really like. On the
downside, the casing for these feels almost flimsy - I don't think it's in any
danger of breaking, but after the sturdiness of the Staedtlers, they feel kind
of bendy. They do have the finest tip out of any of the marker pens I've tried
though, and I appreciate them for that and the pigmentation. Try one of these
and a Staedtler and see what suits you best. :)
These markers have that...
, July 23, 2013
These markers have that awesome fine tip as Sharpie Fine makers have. Very