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edding 8400 CD/DVD/OHP Permanent Markers, Black - Pack of 10

Viking Number Q23-1032754

Fine nib ideal for labelling CDs and DVDs

This Edding permanent marker has a fine, soft bullet tip with a line width of 0.5 - 1 mm. The water-based pigment ink is water, light and smudge-resistant once dried. It is specially formulated to write on CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs without damage or data loss

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Fine nib ideal for labelling CDs and DVDs

Permanent, quick drying water-based pigment ink

Smudge and light-resistant ink

A fine line width: 0.5 -1 mm

Low odour and solvent free ink

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Viking Number Q21-1032754 
Ink Colour Black 
Barrel colour White 
Basic Product Colour Black 
Clip Yes 
Ink Type Water based ink 
Line Width 0.5 mm 
Manufacturer Part No 4-8400001(X10) 
Nib size 1 mm 
Nib type Bullet 
Nib width Fine 
Pack Qty Pack 10 
Pen Type Permanent 
Product Type OHP and CD Permanent Pens 
Recycled No 
Refillable No 
Suitable For OHP's, CD's, DVD's and OHP's 
Brand edding 
EAN 4004764783205 
Unit Pack 
Qty per Unit 10 
Permanent Permanent 
Material N/A 
Pen Refills N/A 
Suitable for lefthanded people N/A 
edding 8400 CD DVD OHP Permanent Markers Black Pack of 10
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edding 8400 CD/DVD Permanent Marker, Black - Pack of 10 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Scores 10.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
10 out of 10


Glasgow GB Self-employed illustrator and designer
Although marketed as a CD marker, I use these pens for drawing on paper.
I am an illustrator, and think this is the best drawing pen ever!

A felt-tip style point. Very controllable.
Doesn't bleed. At all.
It's not like most CD markers, which are just like narrow permanent markers. I think this must be a pigment marker.
Really black and opaque.
Doesn't fade
Is not expensive.
Most important - writes over tippex without smudging - doesn't even get paler if you use a rubber to get rid of pencil lines.
If you allow it to get warm (say, by lying in the sun) it will dry up permanently.
Ditto if you leave the lid off, even for a tiny length of time.

As I use it primarily as a drawing pen, I would like if there were a variety of thicknesses.
Confirmed purchase: 25 September 2013
Published on: 18 November 2013
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