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ENTER THE NEW GENERATION OF WHITEBOARD MARKER TECHNOLOGY

01-10-2019
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The humble whiteboard marker has been transformed by the V Board Master from Pilot Pen, a new range that is equally at home in the boardroom and on the shop floor.

Embodying no fewer than 18 applied patents, the technologically advanced V Board Master is both easier to use and easier to read than traditional whiteboard markers.

The whiteboard markers combine a liquid ink with a revolutionary twin-pipe feed system to guarantee constant ink flow. One pipe carries the ink to the tip while the other feeds air back to the reservoir.

As a result, there is no need to pump or shake the marker, and there’s no danger of leakage – just a constant steady flow of ink. And the transparent ink reservoir gives an instant indication of the ink level and when it’s time to refill.

Pilot Pen Australia
1300 325 866
pilotpen.com.au

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