Writing and drawing
Marker, pencil, ballpoint pen: Everything for writing and drawing!
With a complete treatise on all the writing and drawing instruments offered here, one could easily fill a doctoral thesis. Therefore, here is all the important information in brief:
Pencils and colored pencils
Not only in school: pencils (which, of course, do not contain lead, but graphite!) and colored pencils are still the first choice, even in the face of modern PC graphics programs, when it comes to quickly capturing ideas and patterns. Artists also appreciate the qualities of these classics.
Probably the most indispensable office utensil of all, perhaps apart from the paper clip: Always at hand, writes fluently and long-lasting, is document-proof - and favorite toy of every clerk. The manufacturers' assortment ranges from cheap disposable ballpoint pens without replaceable refills to luxury models with real gold plating. Our range includes ballpoint pens for everyday office use, and of course the matching replacement refills.
Fiber pens - often called felt-tip pens - write with colorful ink through a hard-fiber tip on paper and cardboard. A classic not only in school; it is also popular with designers for testing color samples because of the wide range of colors and color brilliance.
Whenever a lettering should be as durable as possible, permanent markers are used. They work like in classic fiber pen, but the ink used is much more resistant to abrasion, smudging, moisture and fading. Some markers even use a highly resistant paste instead of ink, which can even be used to write on dirty or rusty surfaces.
. Permanent markers are available with different line widths from fine to extra-wide; the classic colors are black, blue, red and green. However, there are many more colors for artistic use, even as high-gloss paint or with metallic effect.
Whiteboard and foil pens (non-permanent)
Despite computers and beamers, overhead projectors or whiteboards - a kind of blackboard with a white writing surface - are also indispensable in modern offices. Whether it's for training sessions or brainstorming sessions, there's nothing quicker than handwriting down a thought. However, you don't want to buy a new set of transparencies or even a new whiteboard after every meeting in the office - and that's why the markers you use have to be washable; or even dry-wipeable. It is not so easy to combine color brilliance and opacity on the one hand with easy removability of the ink on the other; our non-permanent markers offered here, however, this presents no problems.