Sharpie Stainless Steel Pen £3.74 - Refillable! - Ryman's Online & in-store HALF PRICE.
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Sharpie Stainless Steel Pen £3.74 - Refillable! - Ryman's Online & in-store HALF PRICE.

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Found 13th MayMade hot 13th May
I mean, everyone loves stationery right, and everyone loves Sharpies right?

This is a great deal for a really nice everyday pen, not my normal sort of deal, but I cannot recommend this enough, especially if you are left handed as the ink dries faster than you can say boo!

- Brushed stainless steel body for a premium writing experience you'll love

- Soft grip for added writing comfort

- Refillable, which mean you can let yourself get permanently attached!

I've done a quick search and cannot find this cheaper anywhere presently, and the lowest I've see it was £4.49 previously, refill's are about £3.90-4.50 for two.

Happy writing.

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Also found this info about it:
"Please note that this is a pen for writing and drawing on paper, not a permanent marker - it's a steel-bodied version of the Sharpie Pen, not the classic Sharpie Fine Marker.
Waterproof and smear-resistant when dry. Ink is acid-free and non-toxic. Durable tip delivers precise and consistent writing with minimal effort."
- Crossbow

22 Comments

Had one for a while - quality pen!

Original Poster

bobbyarbogast

Had one for a while - quality pen!



Yeah, and like most Sharpie's it still writes well on wax paper, and weird surfaces.

Oh, and it's surprisingly light, which is nice.

Boo..........Faster than that?

Original Poster

PowerPantsPete

Boo..........Faster than that?



Damn right faster than that!

good deal no store near me:(

Original Poster

highlander1965

good deal no store near me:(



Buy 10.69 of them for £40.00, get free delivery and 20% off your first order

Uncommon.Sense

Buy 10.69 of them for £40.00, get free delivery and 20% off your first … Buy 10.69 of them for £40.00, get free delivery and 20% off your first order



Where is the 20% off your first order option please?

mybh20 code doesn't work, so no 20% off. :-(

Original Poster

LeanSigma

Where is the 20% off your first order option please?



I think you have to sign up to the mailing list at the bottom of the website.

Uncommon.Sense

I think you have to sign up to the mailing list at the bottom of the … I think you have to sign up to the mailing list at the bottom of the website.



Yep, found it thanks.

Nice one Op thanks

I would lose this in a heartbeat

im interested. what is the ink you need to buy to refil with? is that expensive?

ratsdomino

im interested. what is the ink you need to buy to refil with? is that … im interested. what is the ink you need to buy to refil with? is that expensive?



this one I think:
£4.99 for 2 , free del
amazon.co.uk/Sha…TG8

Original Poster

ratsdomino

im interested. what is the ink you need to buy to refil with? is that … im interested. what is the ink you need to buy to refil with? is that expensive?



Ryman's also still it for only £4.29 for two, link here..

Anyone know what's the difference between these sharpies and other cheaper pens that are available? remember David Beckham promoting these a few years back.

Original Poster

Alex235

Anyone know what's the difference between these sharpies and other … Anyone know what's the difference between these sharpies and other cheaper pens that are available? remember David Beckham promoting these a few years back.



What, you mean like a Bic pen or something? The ones that ex footballer you were on about are the Permanent markers that they sell, which pretty much write on anything, this is a normal sort of everyday 0.4mm fine liner style pen which would compete with all the other brands that you see in a stationers.

If you can find a pen like this or better, with such good ink, that is refillable, and not made of plastic then please let me know.

Uncommon.Sense

Yeah, and like most Sharpie's it still writes well on wax paper, and … Yeah, and like most Sharpie's it still writes well on wax paper, and weird surfaces.



Does it rub-off easily, or is it permanent?

Edit: ok, I think I found my answer here:

"Please note that this is a pen for writing and drawing on paper, not a permanent marker - it's a steel-bodied version of the Sharpie Pen, not the classic Sharpie Fine Marker.

Waterproof and smear-resistant when dry. Ink is acid-free and non-toxic. Durable tip delivers precise and consistent writing with minimal effort. Rubber grip area for writing comfort. Quick drying ink is ideal for left handers."

Waterproof and smear-resistant is good enough for me.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 14th May

As someone with terrible handwriting. This pen makes it not so terrible.

Uncommon.Sense

What, you mean like a Bic pen or something? The ones that ex footballer … What, you mean like a Bic pen or something? The ones that ex footballer you were on about are the Permanent markers that they sell, which pretty much write on anything, this is a normal sort of everyday 0.4mm fine liner style pen which would compete with all the other brands that you see in a stationers.If you can find a pen like this or better, with such good ink, that is refillable, and not made of plastic then please let me know.


Thanks for the info

Seems a bit of an odd idea, upmarket shell for a cheap and cheerful pen. Heat added anyway

Uncommon.Sense

Damn right faster than that!



I can confirm. Bought it today, dries so fast that you can't even write anything on the paper...
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