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- Item no. 8833.0000
– Special offer valid until 10/31/2021 –
Make everyday a fine one!
The puristic and dynamic design of the new Neuland FineOne® looks similar to the tools of former calligraphy masters and is, therefore, a timeless icon. A true design classic.
Besides the ergonomic handling and the clear shape, the Neuland FineOne® focuses on sustainability. Thanks to our proven system, the marker can be refilled through a membrane at the colored end of it, and the nib can be replaced as well.
This empty marker is available in two different versions: the round nib for a steady 1 mm line width, or a dynamic brush nib for line widths between 0.5 and 5 mm. It can be filled with water-based refill ink in your favorite color.
Empty marker – housing and cap: PP, transparent
Unfilled version – ecofriendly and easily refillable with odorless water-based ink
Polyester round nib 1 mm and nylon brush nib 0.5 – 5 mm
Markers & More
Whiteboard markers bleed heavily through paper and quickly get empty. Possibly the tip also wears off quickly. Avoid writing on whiteboards with markers for paper. They possibly smear and are difficult to remove.
The outliner has a different ink composition that can cause clogging if residual ink remains in the needle or the bulb (rinse the needle with water after each use to prevent residual ink from remaining in it).
The Outliner (color code: 010) has a special water based ink that doesn’t smear or blur when painted over with another marker. It’s particularly suitable for contours that remain clean and sharp when colored afterwards. Otherwise with the black lines of the "normal black" (color code: 100), they can quickly become blurry and dirty after subsequent coloring.
Find here an explainer video in our YouTube channel.
No. Many customers buy the empty marker and fill it with whiteboard ink (but we can’t guarantee).
This means the color “grey“ (color code: 101). Mostly the Neuland BigOne® is ordered.
Neuland markers are refillable. Find detailed instructions here.