Sakura Micron Plastic Nib Pen Sets

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A new Pigma® Micron® pen for everyday writing!

Sakura Pigma® Micron® pens have set the standard for technical pens for over 25 years! Faithful users of Micron® requested a more durable nib fit for common, multi-purpose writing with the same quality Pigma® ink performance; as a result, Sakura developed the Pigma® Micron® Plastic Nib Pen. The durable Nib Pens provide skip-free writing in eight popular Pigma® ink colors. A light or medium line width (0.4mm to 0.5mm) can be achieved based on your writing pressure. The polyacetal nib construction supports smooth ink-flow, whether writing quick, slow, or at an angle.

Key Features:
  • Durable plastic nib
  • Eight archival Pigma ink colors
  • Archival quality ink
  • Line width (0.4mm to 0.5mm)
  • Chemical and fade resistant
  • Water resistant
  • Bleed free, quick-drying, and pH neutral
  • Non-toxic
  • Does not bleed through most papers
  • Sturdy plastic barrels with steel shafts & pocket clips
  • Steel sleeve protects the tip
  • Polyacetal nib construction supports for smooth ink-flow
Perfect For:
  • Daily notes, stick notes, letters, editing, journals, grocery lists
  • Carbon-less paper, check writing, log books
  • Journals, scrapbooks, sketchbooks
  • Drawing & record keeping
  • Curators, archivists, & artists
  • Personal historians
Sakura Micron Plastic Nib Pen Sets

Product Overview

A new Pigma® Micron® pen for everyday writing!

Sakura Pigma® Micron® pens have set the standard for technical pens for over 25 years! Faithful users of Micron® requested a more durable nib fit for common, multi-purpose writing with the same quality Pigma® ink performance; as a result, Sakura developed the Pigma® Micron® Plastic Nib Pen. The durable Nib Pens provide skip-free writing in eight popular Pigma® ink colors. A light or medium line width (0.4mm to 0.5mm) can be achieved based on your writing pressure. The polyacetal nib construction supports smooth ink-flow, whether writing quick, slow, or at an angle.

Perfect for illustration, journaling, scrapbooking, drawing, record keeping, and more! The pigmented, archival, non-toxic ink is resistant to water, sunlight, and UV light damage. Permanent Pigma® pens are sure to delight you with their versatility and durability!

Key Features:
  • Durable plastic nib
  • Eight archival Pigma ink colors
  • Archival quality ink
  • Line width (0.4mm to 0.5mm)
  • Chemical and fade resistant
  • Water resistant
  • Bleed free, quick-drying, and pH neutral
  • Non-toxic
  • Does not bleed through most papers
  • Sturdy plastic barrels with steel shafts & pocket clips
  • Steel sleeve protects the tip
  • Polyacetal nib construction supports for smooth ink-flow
Perfect For:
  • Daily notes, stick notes, letters
  • Editing, journals, grocery lists
  • Carbon-less paper, check writing, log books
  • Journals, scrapbooks, sketchbooks
  • Drawing & record keeping
  • Curators, archivists, & artists
  • Personal historians
  • Illustration & graphic arts
  • Artwork
 

Plastic Nib Pen Set of 3 Assorted Colors: The set contains one of each of the following colors: Black, Red, and Blue.

Plastic Nib Pen Set of 6 Assorted Colors: The set contains one of each of the following colors: Black, Red, Blue-Black, Sepia, Rose, and Purple.

Plastic Nib Pen Set of 8 Assorted Colors: The set contains one of each of the following colors: Black, Red, Blue-Black, Blue, Sepia, Rose, Burgundy, and Purple.

Why Pigma Ink? WHAT MAKES PIGMA INK SO SPECIAL?

In the early ’80s, Sakura’s scientists invented pigment-based Pigma® ink to improve upon unstable dye-based inks available at the time. The superior pigment-based inks are more chemically complex and 100 times larger than dye molecules making the ink less susceptible to damage from UV rays, chemical degradation, pollution from contact with oils, and other chemicals on papers. Formulating a practical application for these larger pigment particles, however, was the obstacle that the researchers at Sakura had to overcome. Once the process was discovered, how to reduce these particles to submicron size (1/25,000 of an inch), which allowed the ink to flow evenly through the narrowest of pen nibs, Pigma ink technology was created!

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