Sharpie Fine PointS Permanent Marker Reviews
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Newest Review: ... pen shaft is the same width all the way along so no bumps or lumps making it difficult to hold. It is also smooth, so again ... more
Customer Sharpie Fine PointS Permanent Marker Reviews (27)
by - written on 03/01/13 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Sharpie Fine Point Permanent Marker I use permanent markers everyday in my work and have used a lot of varied markers and tried different brands but my absolute favourite are black sharpie pens by far! Sharpie markers come in lots of different colours and sizes of pack such as; 5 pack black, 12 pack black, 12 pack assorted, 24 pack assorted colours, the list is endless. Colours include the classic black, blue, red, pink, beige, green, purple and so on. These pens are sold worldwide and were created in 1964 under the brand the Sanford ink company. Sharpie now covers a wide range of writing instruments and is an American company. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
When I am using pens it sometimes becomes a challenge to find a decent set and permanent markers are my biggest problem. I kept seeing adverts for Sharpie pens on the television but assumed they were just like every other permanent marker in the market. I eventually got some and I wish I got them sooner. I got myself a four pack which included the black, red, blue and green colour and they were very good in terms of how they felt to begin with. I took the lid off and the tip of the pen is quite large considering but they are fine point permanent markers. I never noticed a smell which overpowered me like I have experienced in the past with permanent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I draw, a lot. It's kind of my career. And I'm always looking for another way to do something, or another pencil or pen which could do the job I'm looking for. Often I find myself wanting to go over a drawing or something in marker, when ink is too dodgy to use. I need something strong, bold and easy to control, and that's exactly where the Sharpies come in. I am a huge fan of these marker pens. They come in a variety of sizes, with the most common found one being the fine point. The pens provide a nice, strong line and have always been very reliable. One of the biggest differences between these pens and a lot of other permanent markers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/10 (Very useful, 14 readings)
We have one of these on the desk at all times, it is withing touching distance of me now! The Sharpie pen, or marker if you will. You can buy in multipacks with different colours or go for a single pen and pay about sixty pence. We have the black one, as it is the most practical colour. Thicker than a biro, slimmer than a chunky highlighter pen and satisfyingly robust to hold. The grey base is shiny and easy to grip and the size of the pen would suit adults and children, though this is more a pen for adults to write things with. To use, you push, with a little force, the nozzle on the end, which pushes up a nib at the reverse end. The pen then stays ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I recently purchased a black Sharpie Permanent Marker in order to mark up CDs and the like that I had recorded on my computer. My previous two pens had both died a horrible death when their respective tops had fallen off and the nibs had completely dried out! I was determined that this fate would not befall my latest purchase! In reality, I needn't have worried. The pen is well made and although the lid doesn't "click" shut, there is enough friction from the design to prevent it accidentally falling off at any point. The pen is the size of a chunky biro and as the name suggests, has a "fine point" nib. Although this does come to a ... Read the complete review
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