Uni Pin Pen - 01 Oil-based Ink - 0.49 mm - Black Ink

Uni Pin Pen - 01 Oil-based Ink - 0.49 mm - Black Ink

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4.6 (10 reviews)
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These felt-tipped pens contain a rich oil-based ink that can be used on unusual surfaces like plastic, glass or fabric, as well as paper. The fine lines that the Uni Pin Pen produces are perfect for technical drawing. The Uni Pin Pen is available in different point sizes.

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They worked great with...
May 24, 2015
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They worked great with my copics IMO. Excellent pen.
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I haven't had a chance...
March 1, 2012
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I haven't had a chance to try this yet on many surfaces, but I can tell you it lays down a nice solid line on paper that resists liquid based inks. I tried it on a dry Rite in the Rain sample and it created a perfectly crisp dark line and wrote almost as dark on the sample after wetting with no running from the previous writing. I've found this paper typically works best with pencil or ball point, and definitely not fountain pens or other liquid ink pens. I'd definitely consider keeping one of these in a Bugout Bag or anywhere I may find myself needing to write on a non-conventional surface. It does tend to lay down a broader line on regular paper, but I expected that.
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Great pen. Doesn't bleed...
September 29, 2015
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Great pen. Doesn't bleed or smear.
Good stuff...
July 30, 2015
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Good stuff
Better than Sharpies!!!...
July 28, 2014
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Better than Sharpies!!! I am converting from Sharpies, the oil ink in these pens is superb. They are much more accurate and way less smelly than the ink from typical felt tip permanent ink pens. I haven't found a glossy surface this doesn't write to properly.

Caution is that the permanent ink is quite permanent!! I think I marked one of my fingertips with this ink and it's still there after quite a few washes...

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