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Leonard Long-Lasting Nursery Marker Pen

# HNP8B
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15 @ $ 3.99
611 @ $ 3.79
> 12 @ $ 2.89
Weight: 0.100000 lbs

The fine felt marker that outlasts all others.

Instant drying, sun and waterproof, non-smearing, permanent. Best for plastic tags and labels, and marks on anything. Available in black only.

Specs

Fine tip, instant drying, sun and waterproof, non-smearing, permanent, available in black.

Review Summary (Based on 45 Reviews)

Customer Reviews for Leonard Long-Lasting Nursery Marker Pen

5 Stars

Long Lasting Marker Pen

Cheri Deardorff from AZ wrote (February 10, 2018):

Liked because catalog states it will last outdoors. Arizona sun is brutal!

5 Stars

Best nursery markers ever!

Valarie/Willow Green Gardens from MO wrote (June 24, 2017):

We use these everyday and just LOVE them. They last for a year or more out in the field.

5 Stars

Great Marker

Ranee from GA wrote (April 03, 2017):

I have tried several different markers and had not found one that truly worked for me. the first time I tried this marker, i loved it. It writes great on the plastic style labels i use.

5 Stars

marker pen

charley from PA wrote (October 28, 2016):

Have tried countless others...THIS ONE WORKS!

4 Stars

Sometimes the ink outlasts the label

Chuck Maynard from NY wrote (August 05, 2016):

I have been using this style of nursery marker for at least 30 years. I discovered them in a local garden center and bought a few each year as I needed them. When the garden center closed, I was upset and I became a lot more upset when I couldn't find them anywhere (pre-internet). several years went buy and my supply if markers dwindled. A couple of years ago, I ran across these from AM Leonard. They look and smell just like the old ones! I was so delighted to see them the I ordered a dozen. This summer my supply was dwindling again, This time I ordered 20. Why do I like them so much? The ink dries fast. so labels don't smear easily. The ink sticks to plastic or wooden stakes forever. I have checked plastic label stakes that had been in the ground for over 10 years. The ones exposed to full-sun had faded a little but were still legible. I pulled one out of the ground for a closer look and the plastic stake crumbled into bits, except where the plastic was protected by the ink from the marker! Now That is a TOUGH marker! They aren't perfect. Even brand-new ones have a fairly blunt point, and they quickly flatten out further to where you are writing with a blunt crayon. (To be fair, I am a ham-handed lout with any writing implement, some people can write legible labels all day with one marker.) Another problem is they dry out quickly if you leave the cap off for very long. Or if the isn't put on tight. I have developed the habit of banging the marker on the bench top, or a handy rock, every time I set the marker down. All things considered, I think they should be renamed The Immortal-Ink Pen. Highly Recommended

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    FAQ

    QUESTION: How is the cap on the HNP8B removed? ANSWER: Hold the cap with one hand and the pen with the other. Pull and twist the lid clockwise (like you are screwing it on) at the same time. If you twist counter-clockwise, (like you are unscrewing the lid) you might unscrew the tip of the pen from the base.

The fine felt marker that outlasts all others.

Instant drying, sun and waterproof, non-smearing, permanent. Best for plastic tags and labels, and marks on anything. Available in black only.

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