Uni-Ball 207 Medium Needle Point Pens - Medium Pen Point - 0.7 mm Pen Point Size - Needle Pen Point
Item Number: SAN1736097
Our Price: $1.61 / EA (savings $0.60)
Quantity in Stock: 14,692
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- Precise writing with durable, stainless steel tip
- Textured grip for superior writing and comfort
- Black barrel with retractable tip
- Black ink is acid-free, water-resistant, fade-resistant, quick-drying and archival-safe
- Medium needlepoint for precise writing
207 Needlepoint Pen contains a specially formulated ink that helps prevent check fraud. Uni Super Ink is specially formulated to become trapped in paper, helping prevent criminal check washing and other document alteration. Needlepoint delivers precise writing while the durable, stainless steel tip resists bending. Textured grip provides superior writing comfort and control. Pen offers a retractable tip and water-resistant, fade-resistant ink. Quick-drying ink is acid-free and archival-quality for documenting and record-keeping.
Manufacturer: Sanford, L.P.
Manufacturer Part Number: 1736097
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.sanford.com
Product Name: 207 Medium Needle Point Pens
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Pen Point: Medium
Pen Point Size: 0.7 mm
Pen Point Style: Needle
Ink Color: Black
Barrel Color: Black
Grip Type: Textured
Features: Fade Resistant,Acid-free Ink,Water Resistant,Quick-drying Ink,Archival-safe,Super Ink
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
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