Artline 90 Permanent Marker Chisel Tip 2.0-5.0mm Black

Spot Buy
$3.99 each
* Offer expires May 31, 2024
  In Stock
Shop similar Shop all Artline
Product Code53109002 NZOS Code101902 Manufacturer Code109001
  • Instant drying alcohol-based ink
  • Low odour ink is xylene-free and rohus compliant
  • Hard-wearing aluminium barrel
  • Chisel nib with 2.0 - 5.0mm line widths
  • Suitable for general purpose marking
The Artline 90 Permanent Marker Chisel Tip 2.0-5.0mm Black is the perfect tool for all types of permanent marking in a workplace. Whether you need to mark porous surfaces such as cardboard and wood, or non-porous surfaces like steel and glass, this marker delivers exceptional performance and durability.

With its instant drying alcohol-based ink, you won't have to worry about smudging or smearing your markings. The low odour ink is xylene-free and rohus compliant, making it safe for use in any environment. The hard-wearing aluminium barrel ensures that this marker can withstand the rigors of daily use.

The chisel nib allows for versatile line widths ranging from 2.0mm to 5.0mm. This makes it suitable for both fine detail work and bold, attention-grabbing markings. Whether you're labeling boxes, creating signage, or marking important documents, this marker delivers consistent and precise lines.

This marker can be used in various ways. For example, it's great for marking inventory in a warehouse, labeling files in an office, or creating artwork in a school. Its versatility and reliability make it a must-have tool for any workplace.

Order the Artline 90 Permanent Marker Chisel Tip 2.0-5.0mm Black today and experience the convenience and quality of this high-quality permanent marker.
Sustainable Choices
  • Product certified by an accredited third party as meeting government, industry-accepted or international standards for carbon neutrality

NXPlanet Criteria

Carbon Neutral


Frequently bought together

Get your message across

Let your message come across in bold thick colour in your next presentation or workshop