Stabilo Point 88 Fineliner Pens Reviews
Product Type: Stabilo in Homeware
Description:Brand: Stabilo / Misc House Type: Pen
Newest Review: ... them from, I find Wilko's to be the best and cheapest place to buy them from. Stabilo are a well known and good quality ... more
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Customer Stabilo Point 88 Fineliner Pens Reviews (9)
by - written on 10/03/09 (Very useful, 309 readings)
"The universal fineliner for school children to professionals" As a constant doodler I go through pens very quickly (very apparent by the numerous discarded empty ones in the bin under my desk). At present, my favourite writing implement is the 'Stabilo 'point 88' fineliner' - designed for writing, drawing and sketching. Due to its precision tip (0.4mm) it is ideal for working with rulers and stencils. In terms of its performance, the Stabilo Point 88 (marketed as 'Europe's number one fineliner') doesn't provide the smoothest writing experience, giving a rough feel when you use it. I actually like the generally graininess of the tip, which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/12 (Very useful, 103 readings)
Something I frequently talk about is the fact that I am a student. As such I try to buy good quality products that aid me with my work and my revision. I recently bought a pack of 10 Stabilo Point 88 Fineliners from Rymans for £6.99. This is a lot more than I would ordinarily pay for a pack of pens, but Stabilo is such a well known trusted brand, I knew I wouldn't regret it and would get lots of use out of them. The quality of the pens is excellent. The pen produces a 0.4mm line which is just thin enough to make eligible writing and at the same time thick enough to make underlining and highlighted words stand out. The ink is smudge proof, or so I've found, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/10, updated on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 185 readings)
Most of the ink based pens made by Stabilo are made in Weissenburg in Germany, including popular products such as the Point 88 Fineliner Pens. The Schwan pencil factory launched a thin lead type pencil in the mid 1920s and named it the Stabilo! Intrigued then read on. Easily breakable leads quickly became a thing of the past, due to the Stabilos design and its success gave a clear advantage over the companys competitors. It took another 20 years or so for the Stabilo name to be trade marked as Shwan-Stabilo in 1954. ********************************************************* What I like about the 88 Fineliner pens is that they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I like to write, I like makings lists, I keep a diary, I have a notebook that I write my ideas and inspirations down in....and I like to use nice and colourful pens to write all this down with. So, many years ago I thought i'd invest in a nice set of pens and these caught my eye. They retail between aroung £5 and £7 depending on where you buy them from, I find Wilko's to be the best and cheapest place to buy them from. Stabilo are a well known and good quality stationary brand so although they might be considered to be quite expensive, I would definitely say they are worth the extra pennies. These particular ones are fineliners - with a width of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/08 (Useful, 149 readings)
These pens are fantastic. They come in a range of colours - everything from standard practical black, blue and red, to fun and funky purple, green, sky blue and orange. The colour range is great, and using the more unusual colours is very useful for students using them to identify specific sections in revision notes etc, however be warned that some of the lighter colours (orange etc) can be a little difficult to reading as plain text. These are better used for underlining or for more fun / crafty sort of activities. The pens are light, thinner than your average fineliner when held in the hand, and are hexagonally shaped rather than round, making them very easy ... Read the complete review
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