Published 21-07-2020
| Article appears in August 2019 Issue



There are few things in life more frustrating than finding that somebody has left the cap off your marker pen and the ink has dried out. But that won’t happen with the latest range of tough permanent markers from Pilot Pen.

The high-quality Japanese-made markers use a newly developed controlled surface properties ink, and the tip is guaranteed not to dry out – even if the cap is left off for up to 24 hours.

There are two types of pen: the SCA100 with a 1mm fine tip, and the SCA400 with a 4mm broad tip – both available with vibrant black, blue, red or green ink.

The marker pens are equally at home in the office, the warehouse and on the factory floor, with true multi-surface marking abilities, including glass, metals and plastics.

Pilot Pen Australia
1300 325 866



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