LE PEN 10 PIECE BASIC SET
There is a reason that the LePen is our best seller. The smooth micro-fine plastic point allows for precise accuracy, making this one of the best pens for a bullet journal. This precise pen is perfect for filling out important forms, scrapbooking, for use in academic planners, or letters. The ink is acid-free and non-toxic. Comes in 36 colors.
- Smudge-proof Ink
- Conforms to ASTM D4236
- Micro-fine Plastic Point
- Ink colors match barrel colors
black, blue, red, green, pink, burgundy, teal, lavender
4300_4B, 4 PIECE BLACK SET: all black
4300_4C, 4 PIECE BASIC SET: black (2 ea.), blue (1 ea.), red (1 ea.)
4300_4D, 4 PIECE BRILLIANT SET: 1 each color orange, lavender, pink, light blue
4300_4E, 4 PIECE DARK SET: 1 each color black, brown, dark grey, burgundy
4300_4F, 4 PIECE NEON SET: 1 each color fluorescent yellow, fluorescent pink, fluorescent green, fluorescent blue
4300_4H, 4 PIECE BRIGHT SET: 1 each color orange, pink, light blue, light green
4300_6F, 6 PIECE NEON SET: 1 each color fluorescent pink, fluorescent blue, fluorescent green, fluorescent yellow, fluorescent violet, fluorescent orange
4300_6P, 6 PIECE PASTEL SET: coral pink, pale blue, pastel peach, peppermint, wisteria, yellow
4300_10A, 10 PIECE BASIC SET: 2 each black and blue, 1 each red, green, pink, burgundy, teal, and lavender
4300_10B, 10 PIECE DARK SET: 1 each color black, red, blue, green, brown, lavender, olive green, dark grey, burgundy, oriental blue
4300_10C, 10 PIECE BRIGHT SET: 1 each color blue, orange, lavender, pink, light blue, light green, teal, orchid, periwinkle, amethyst
4300_10F, 10 PIECE NEON SET: 1 each color fluorescent pink, fluorescent blue, fluorescent green, fluorescent yellow, fluorescent violet, fluorescent orange, black, red, blue, green.
I have not tried them yet, but I love the thin pens.
I thought the pens would be smooth writing. They left blotches on the paper & bled through. Was really looking forward to receiving because of the extra-fine point & had planned to order more. This will not be the case. L. Lint
I love the color selection and saturation of the ink and the way Le Pen writes! However, what I have found, when writing with light/regular pressure, is that the plastic ink nib immediately begins to compress/recede into the metal sleeve in which it is seated. Over a VERY short period of normal use, bit-by-bit, the tip has receded so much that it is impossible to write with as the metal sleeve catches on the paper or the tip has receded so, that writing is not possible. This is extremely frustrating and disappointing. As I stated, I do not press heavily on the pen when I write. This has happened consistently with each Le Pen or set of Le Pens that I have purchased within the ~12 months from this site as well as in local stores. I have used this pen brand for years and this is so surprising. I am wondering why the poor quality and if there has been a change to how they are constructed. As a long standing fan of this pen I have to say I can no longer purchase it.
These pens are simply the best to use, it's hard not to order all of them! Ink flows beautifully, my writing looks really good, who could ask for more?