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Prismacolor 3611 Premier Double-Ended Art Markers, Fine and Chisel Tip, 48-Count,Assorted Colors

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Dual ended markers featuring both fine and chisel tips
Advanced ink formulation for richly saturated color and superior blendability

Product Description

Lay down precisely the marks you want to make in 48 vivid colors with Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers. The dual-ended design features a fine tip on one end and a large chisel on the other. This allows you to quickly flip between precision and coverage. The ink is richly saturated and designed for an effortlessly smooth flow while a single source of ink ensures color consistency at both ends. And the advanced, alcohol-based pigment resists fading so your creations will endure.

From the Manufacturer

Designed to handle detailed work for advanced students and artists, these Prismacolor Premier Double Ended Art Markers feature advanced ink formulations for rich color saturation and smooth, silky ink flow and coverage. Each pen comes with two distinct nibs capable of achieving multiple line widths. The markers use alcohol, dye-based ink and draw from a single ink reservoir for a perfect color match end to end--making them ideal for both technical and artistic applications. Designed not to fade or feather, these markers are AP certified nontoxic.

What's in the Box
Box of 48 assorted Prismacolor Premier Double Ended Art Markers

Make sure this fitsby entering your model number.
Dual ended markers featuring both fine and chisel tips
Advanced ink formulation for richly saturated color and superior blendability
Fine point lays down sharp lines while the chisel tip creates multiple line widths
Single source of ink guarantees color consistency at both ends
Includes: 48 vivid art markers

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