Uni-posca Paint Marker Pen BUNDLE SET, Mitsubishi Pencil Uni Posca Poster Colour Marking Pens Extra Fine Point 12 Colours, Fine 15 Colors, Medium 15 Color - Japan Import
- Uni-posca Value Set, 3 types of makers Extra Fine 12 set, Fine 15 set, Medium 15 set
- Water-based pigment ink that is non-toxic, lightfast, waterproof and can choose pen tip for purpose
- 12 colors includes : red, orange, yellow, pale green, green, light blue, blue, purple, pink, brown, white, and black
- 15 colors includes: white, light blue, gray, brown, orange, peach, light orange, yellow, pale green, purple, blue, green, pink, red, and black
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 19 x 8 x 14.5 cm; 181.43 Grams
- Date First Available : 17 April 2018
- Manufacturer : UNI
- ASIN : B017T06XT0
- Item Model Number : PC-1M12C PC-3M15C PC-5M15C
- Customer Reviews:
Good your purchase Uni-posca set using various ways for such as brief note, illustration and pop art. It is water-based marker with waterproof and can write for metal, glass, plastic, mirror or any surfaces. Each color is brilliant like a poster color and ink won't bleed through paper. It never invades your choosing materials and also without unpleasant smell.
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Best Posca bundle out there (value wise)
Don’t need to add anything about Posca pens quality in general, they have proven they are the best a long time ago, too bad they are so expensive...
The colors are, for the most part, opaque. I have found that when painting light color over dark a second coat may be needed. Caution about the amount of pressure used in application as they will splatter or seep out a runny glob of paint if you are too aggressive with pressure. However, having said that, it doesn't take long to get the hang of it and the splattering and seeping rarely are an issue for me now. They are a colossal pain in the neck to get them start for the first use. My only suggestion here is to put your fitness tracker on while you shake and tap and tap and tap. It's probably good for 100 calories or so. But, in all seriousness, that is only for the first time you use them, so really not much of an issue. I have had my first set for quite a while and have used it often. They are still going so I have not bothered opening the fine tip part of my bundle set yet. I would recommend