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TRU RED™ Pen Permanent Markers, Ultra Fine Tip, Black, 36/Pack (TR54546)

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Item #: 901-24376653
  Model #: TR54546
Brand: TRU RED
TRU RED™ Pen Permanent Markers, Ultra Fine Tip, Black, 36/Pack (TR54546)
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Description
Create smooth, bold lines on a variety of surfaces with this 36-pack of TRU RED™ ultra fine tip black permanent markers. Give handwriting a clean, precise look with these ultra-fine-tip markers. The permanent ink resists fading, while the black color stands out on the page for better visibility. Each of these TRU RED™ ultra-fine-tip black permanent markers features a square barrel for a more comfortable grip as you fill out lengthy forms or record notes during meetings.
  • Marks most surfaces easily and resists fading
  • Bold black color makes your signs or notes easy to read at a distance
  • Ultra fine precision tip for smooth, clean writing
  • Low odor formula ideal for classrooms, office, or home
  • Designed with visual cues that let you see ink color and tip type of your permanent marker at a glance
  • Squircle™ barrel shape not only provides a comfortable grip, but also keeps the marker from rolling off your desk
  • Water Resistant Ink
  • 36 per pack
  • AP certified non-toxic
  • Safety Data Sheet
Specifications
Marker Type : Permanent Non-Toxic : Yes Water Resistant : Water Resistant True Color : Black
Marker Pack Size : 36/Pack Barrel Style : Pen Odorless : Low odor Certification & Standards : ACMI, AP
Pack Qty : 36 Ink Color : Black Point Type : Ultra Fine Retractable : No
Washable : Non Washable Brand : TRU RED Customizable : No
Weight : 0.64 lbs. per Pack

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