Uni Posca Color Metallic Marking Pen - 0.7 mm - Set of 7

Uni Posca Color Metallic Marking Pen - 0.7 mm - Set of 7

4.8 (8 reviews)
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Uni-ball POSCA markers write brilliantly on all types of surfaces - paper, cardboard, metal, wood, glass and plastic - yet won't bleed through paper. The markers are water-based and fade resistant. This unique sparkle colored set is great for drawing signs, decorating photos, and writing on all kinds of surfaces. The paint easily comes off from hard surfaces when you rub with warm water while wet, and becomes water resistant when dry.

See the JetPens.com TV video of the Uni-ball POSCA Color Metallic Pens and how they write. Sparkle markers write on all types of surfaces, even your nails!

The Pink ink color is brighter and more fluorescent than we are able to show in the writing sample photo.

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One of my friends gave...
June 21, 2007
One of my friends gave me a set of these about a week ago, and I have to say I'm impressed! They can write on virtually any surface; windows, fingernails, pencil cases! The possibilities are endless. If you are a girl, you can actually give yourself a manicure using these.

So worth the price!
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Great metallic pens that...
March 11, 2015
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Great metallic pens that write on everything. They stutter, or catch, a little bit on porous paper, but not so much that it's bothersome. Writes beautifully on plastic, glass, and wood.
These POSCA pens are...
March 30, 2010
These POSCA pens are great and last a long time!! They are very bright, and pretty colors. I've had my set for a year already. I don't use them all the time but they have been working great for SO long!! :) BUY UM
These pens are fun. It...
November 9, 2008
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These pens are fun. It is perfect for any craft application and drawing. The ink and line quality is similar to the Sakura Stardust Pens, however, the Posca ink is opaque and you can write on a variety of surfaces with it. The pen tip is a plastic bullet type, and won't wear like a fiber based tip.
These pens were worth...
June 1, 2008
These pens were worth 20 dollars.....but its SO worth it....they're so fancy, when i opened the package, they were each individually wrapped!! School is almost over, and these pens are great for yearbook-signing :)