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This precision drawing instrument from Pelikan is ideal for drawing or documenting.
The metal-sheathed porous point smoothly lays down black acid-free ink in a series of popular line widths to suit every need, from creating fine lines and capturing delicate details, to creating broad strokes for depth and definition.
The Techno Liner's comfortable ergonomic grip lessens hand fatigue, and its airtight cap with clip protects the point when not in use.
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When they work, they're fine...
By Wondering 'bout #10
from Mt. Pleasant, WI
Comments about Pelikan Techno Liners:
I ordered ten pens. Nine were just fine but, the tenth was dry. The cap was tight but, there was no (flowing) ink. I sent Customer Service an email explaining there problem, and did not hear back from them. The pens were inexpensive. Apparently "Dick Blick ships quick", but doesn't respond as quickly to minor products with major problems.
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Great Journaling Pens
from cincinnati, OH
Great pens for writing & drawing in my journal. Clean lines, quick drying and bleed-proof. I will purchase them again.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Will buy again
I'm a big fan of Sakura Micron pens, but wanted to give these pens a try. So far I have been impressed. Smooth writing, and a light feel.
Best for document review
By bob from Texas
best for document review
Precision and quality all in one!
By Art Teacher Of The Year!
from Davie, FL
I use this product with my 5th rade students to teach texture and shading. They love it! Great line quality and perfect for drawing lessons.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Bleed a lot; Stick with Micron
from Cincinnati, Ohio
I was testing out more ink pens because I use them everyday in my work and wanted to make sure I was using the best out there. I had been using the Pigma Micron pens and while they were super good at creating the thin line I was looking for without bleeding, they dried up way faster than I had hoped. I thought I may as well try these out since they are reviewed so well. Honestly, of the 5 or 6 pen brands I ordered, these were the most disappointing. They bleed A LOT and have ruined some of my drawings to the point where I have just given these away citing them useful for the intricate lines I needed them for. If you're just looking to write or doodle, they are probably fine. Not the best, again, but fine. But for what I needed, they just will not work, unfortunately. Still on the hunt for the perfect ink pens...
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: Our Product Specialists would like to work with you to troubleshoot this issue, because many times the paper plays as much a part in ink bleed as the ink itself does. You can reach our Product Information Team weekdays from 8am to 5:30pm CST at 1-800-933-2542 or firstname.lastname@example.org. They'll be happy to help!
Reliable Quality Pens
from Catskill, New York
I use these pens for illustrating.They have proven themselves to be a tool that you can rely on to perform consistently. The ink from one pen to the next matches and does not bleed. The metal nib gives the fiber strength so it holds it's point until the ink is used up. The pen is light and skinnier than most others and is less fatiguing to use. Maybe it would be nice to have more ink in it but then again that would maybe change the feel of the pen in one's hand if it was bigger. That is a major consideration of mine so my solution is just to have a quantity always on hand.
Smooth and sturdy
from Carrboro, NC
These pens put down a smooth, dark black line and keep up with rapid cross-hatching and line-work. I can tend to press hard when I'm drawing and the tips of these pens hold up well - they don't get crushed or distorted. The ink seems to dry pretty quickly and I like the longer caps, especially because I take my materials on the go with me, and I don't have to worry about the caps coming off or the tip end of the pen getting bent in my backpack. Good deal, as good, if not better, than pens costing twice as much.
Met reviewers raves
By Tuscaloosa Artist
from Tuscaloosa, Alabama
The test use on trace paper went superbly. I do a lot of crosshatching projects on trace paper and mylar film. My tests on the trace paper showed the pens would not smear as promised by other reviewers.
Excellent Price, excellent quality
By Eleanor S.
from Santa Clarita
So I used to use Copic multiliners for ages, but I was never impressed with the ink flow from them. They were however convenient, but a few years ago I stopped using them because they became a pain in the rear to upkeep, the tips kept shredding on regular smooth sketchbook paper and I was still unhappy with the quality of ink. I switched back to using fountain pens but for fine image work for graphic design they don't always work best. I purchased these because they were cheep and I have always liked the quality of Pelikan's ink. I was not disappointed, these pens are smooth and the ink quality is just great even on toothier paper stocks. If you are unhappy with Copic multiliners try these out, not refillable but they are worth it.
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