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Pens for all office writing needs

There's no getting around it, writing utensils, especially pens, are a must-have office supply for every employee. It's how they jot down notes and take messages, no matter what their role in the company. Easy access to pens, pencils, and markers means less downtime and more productivity. With an endless assortment of styles from top brands such as Bic® and Pilot®, it's easy to meet every need at Quill®.

Shop different style pens

When it comes to writing utensils, preferences vary widely among employees. Some prefer smooth-gliding ink, while others like a retractable ballpoint that's easy to transport without a cap. Black and blue are typically for professional use, though employees who take lots of notes may find it useful to use color coding with red, green, pink, and other colors. Popular pen types include:
  • Rollerball
  • Gel Ink
  • Ballpoint Stick

Correct mistakes with pencils

Pens tend to be unforgiving in the event of a mistake. For art or design projects, or even for scheduling, using pencils, employees can ditch the correction tape and fix mistakes as they occur. Standard number 2 pencils come with a built-in eraser and either a flat end or sharpened point. Mechanical pencils eliminate the need for sharpening and come with replacement lead and erasers, making them ideal for business travel when there's no access to a sharpener. Choose from click or twist mechanisms.

Add color to the office with markers

Markers add color and prominence to a display and come in handy for presentations or project dioramas. Thicker tips make broad lines while thinner tips work well for fine details and intricate notes on small surface areas. The type of marker you choose depends on the intended purpose.
  • Dry erase markers¬—easy to clean, write, or doodle on specialty boards and laminated materials
  • Highlighters —make specific notes stand out
  • Paint markers—create attractive signage and outstanding bulletin board presence
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