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Hi,

I live in sweden and would like to try a sharpie pen and would like to know if this is the standard sharpie? Look at the picture, I know many of you don't understand the language this page are in, but please help me Smile

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Not the standard. that's a fine point. (If we are being technical. The only difference is how thin the point is.)
But yeah. That's a sharpie.
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Could you show me a picutre of the standard sharpie?
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http://www.q8redflag.com/wp-content/uplo......apes.jpg
Sharpie pens...
http://blog.sharpie.com/wp-content/uploa......x216.jpg
EVEN MORE sharpies
http://itsacolorfullife.files.wordpress.......rpie.jpg


Though I should clarify.
There is no.. 'standard' sharpie to my knowledge. The most common would be the fine point. But no one will question ANY of them.
Would you mind saying what this is for?
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I need a sharpie to sign cards and will go with fine point if that is the most common used.

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http://www.q8redflag.com/wp-content/uplo......apes.jpg

2nd one from the top is the most common Sharpie.

If you want to hide one of these Sharpies with some class, consider:

http://www.sherpapen.com/Sherpa-Back-in-......5087.htm
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And just like magic manufacturers, there are lots of Sharpie knockoffs out there.

You may find Shankie, Skerple, Sharpei, and others!

(Any of them work fine for signing cards.)
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On 2013-01-03 00:28, Nicholas Night wrote:
Not the standard. that's a fine point. (If we are being technical. The only difference is how thin the point is.)
But yeah. That's a sharpie.

I am not sure I agree with this. If you look at a brand new sharpie, the tip is just like that.

I think a fine point sharpie IS the standard. The ultra-fine has a very tiny thin tip and looks nothing like that photo.

See the photos above and you'll see that all normal sharpie's have a fine point.
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Fine point is the standard. I found this one on amazon and it's now my standard.
http://www.amazon.com/Sharpie-Stainless-......+sharpie
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Hej David,

I'm not sure it's important to the spectator what type of Sharpie you're using, but would agree the fine point is most common. We even use that type at work. You can get them in other colors as well. You may want to visit an office supply/art store before buying and try them out.
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