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Reddit mentions of Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens, .3mm, Metal Clad Tip, 20-Pack, Assorted (334SB20BK)

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Reddit mentions: 18

We found 18 Reddit mentions of Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens, .3mm, Metal Clad Tip, 20-Pack, Assorted (334SB20BK). Here are the top ones.

Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens, .3mm, Metal Clad Tip, 20-Pack, Assorted (334SB20BK)
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  • Assembly Required: No, Ink Color: Assorted, Tip: 0.3mm Fine , Tip Size: 0.3mm
  • Features: Acid-free Ink
  • Sold as 1 pack
Height0.66929 Inches
Length6.6929 Inches
Number of items20
Release dateMarch 2009
Sizepack of 20
Weight0.55336027762 Pounds
Width8.34644 Inches

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Found 18 comments on Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens, .3mm, Metal Clad Tip, 20-Pack, Assorted (334SB20BK):

u/Wanderlustskies · 9 pointsr/AskWomen

These marker/pens are really nice and much cheaper on Amazon than in a store

Also I got a silk pillowcase, it's fantastic

And these boots are pretty nice

u/fortunatemisfortune · 4 pointsr/XWingTMG


They don't pick up any of the paint off the model and any designs you draw on you just go over in ardcoat afterwards and it seals the ink.

u/AWildRisuAppeared · 4 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Triplus Fineliner all day erryday. They're even finer - .3 mm. I discovered them when I was taking Japanese classes when I was in college the first time. Beautiful. I got them because they're great for writing kanji in small notebooks, but I use them all the time. And so many colors! I like to color code my notes (and pretty much everything else) so they're perfect.

u/aefd4407 · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

Happy to help! What's your budget? I'm on mobile - let me see if I can grab links to what I would recommend based on what you want to spend

Edit: these are the markers I have and I love them. A bit pricy but worth it if it's in your budget: http://www.amazon.com/STD334SB20A6-Staedtler-Triplus-Fineliner-Pens/dp/B0007OEE7E
(There is actually a bigger set you can get from JetPens.com I think)

For a coloring book, I have a couple I like:
This one (and the other ones by this author/artist) is great: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/1780671067/ref=pd_aw_fbt_229_img_3?ie=UTF8&refRID=0C8DWW0SZ6WKWXY2EX4N

This one also looks nice. I don't have it but one of my friends does: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/1941325122/ref=pd_aw_sim_14_2?ie=UTF8&dpID=61DETogR%2BIL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL100_SR100%2C100_&refRID=1NJH3VAEG30BFHGYWTF4

u/asmodeuskraemer · 2 pointsr/rfelectronics

OH my god, the struggle is real.

This is one I was able to find:


However I never bought it. We didn't do a lot on smith charts, I wish I'd had more opportunity.


My favorite notebooks:



1.) F-ing graph paper

2.) Thick pages. I like colored markers for notes, like these: https://www.amazon.com/Staedtler-Triplus-Fineliner-Assorted-334SB20BK/dp/B0007OEE7E/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Staedtler&qid=1570659385&s=office-products&sr=1-2

The thick pages doesn't allow (as much) marker bleed and the notebooks hold up for a long time.

3.) F-ing graph paper and thick pages.

u/MohnJaddenPowers · 2 pointsr/Gunpla

If you want markers for panel lining, I posted in another thread - these are all you'll probably ever need: http://www.amazon.com/Triplus-Fineliner-Pens-Metal-Assorted/dp/B0007OEE7E/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416514362&sr=8-1&keywords=staedtler+triplus+fineliner

They clean up wonderfully. A Q-tip dipped in 91% isopropyl alcohol will swipe off any pigment that shouldn't be somewhere.

I've used nothing but Alclad flat and matte topcoat, but if you don't have an airbrush, Testor's Dullcote is an industry standard: http://www.amazon.com/Testors-Aerosol-Enamel-3oz-Dullcote-Lacquer/dp/B009FF6DN4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416514426&sr=8-1&keywords=testors+dullcote

u/green_tea_latte · 2 pointsr/pharmacy

Yeah agree with most people here. I was gifted these staedtler pens and loved them: Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens, .3mm, Metal Clad Tip, 20-Pack, Assorted (334SB20BK) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0007OEE7E/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_jpOFDbNTXVM7W

Gift card for shoes for places like Clark's (need comfy shoes because we're on our feet all day). Or food- Starbucks, Trader Joe's, etc. Nice headphones.

Honestly though, during those stressful breakdowns just moral support is what's helpful. And.. it sounds like she's doing a lot. Not sure that it's all necessary, she could probably drop some stuff if it's affecting her mental health.

u/little-bun · 1 pointr/AskWomen

The Staedtler Triplus Fineliner is my all time favorite. I'm all about porous point pens because they don't smear and for whatever reason make my handwriting infinitely better than any other pen. I followed a bunch of study blogs on tumblr when I was in school and all the people that had the best handwriting and cutest notes swore by these pens. I especially love how many colors they have and the convenient carry case that turns into a stand.

u/Toshokan · 1 pointr/drawing

Thank you for the reply. I have some questions if you don't mind.

> Staedtler pigment liners ($20)

It looks like there's fiber tipped and metal clad tipped ones. I think the metal ones would hold up better, but I really have no experience.



What's wrong with spiral pads? I was thinking something I could fold over or just lay flat completely would be better especially since I'm left handed.

Thanks again for your time and help!

u/IthacanPenny · 1 pointr/Professors

Staedtler Triplus Fineliner are most similar to ultra fine tip sharpies without any bleed through at all. They are superb.

I personally find that I am quickest at writing with shitty old bic sticks. But I do love my red ballpoint ink, wouldn’t create an answer key without one!

u/Shenaniganz08 · 1 pointr/medicalschool

There is a reason those pens are so cheap, they suck for note taking. They are great for comic books sketching but the nib is so weak that if you press too hard it ruins the pen. I found the best pens for annotating First Aid were Staedler Triplus pens

They come in way more colors, don't dry out and are very sturdy

u/city17_dweller · 1 pointr/Coloring

Well, everyone has different preferences, but I'd suggest getting one with pictures (this is lovely and very popular - she might find her friends have got it also, if they color) and one with patterns, (don't have this one personally, picked it at random) so she can decide which she likes to color more.

Fine tip markers like Staedtler, and a set of decent but not top-of-the-line pencils like Prismacolor would be a good start. If that's more than you wanted to spend, a smaller selection would probably be fine, or a cheaper good brand such as Staedtler Noris colors which I personally love. Oh, and get her a pencil sharpener and eraser as stocking fillers :)

[edit for links] - not linking the Staedtler Noris colour pencils because I'm in the UK and am not sure the Amazon.com ones are exactly the same.

u/RotfangConspiracy2 · 1 pointr/arttocope

Thanks ^ . ^

I used these - triplus fineliners. They take a while but the quality is always much better than thicker pens.

u/RaayJay · 1 pointr/bulletjournal

I'm actually doing faux calligraphy with the Staedler triplus fineliners . I grabbed myself the 20-pack off amazon

u/CourtingEvil · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm traveling right now! Currently sitting at my gate in the airport, waiting for boarding to begin. I'm very excited to be heading on vacation!

While studying, I like to have something playing in the background. I like to put something light-hearted on, such as Easy A or Bridesmaids. A funny movie is something that can help you relax if you need a break or is something to use as white noise. In terms of study help... color coding always really helped me. I don't know if there's any science behind it, but it definitely helped me with some anxiety associated with testing.

Idiocracy is an awesome movie. It's hard to describe why because it's just sooo good in all respects. I probably like it so much because I totally agree that we're going in that direction... BRAWNDO!

Who needs revision?! Not me! nervous laughter

u/annaleaf · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Also. If you really want to start doing this (yay!) I recommend adding these to your wishlist as your starter pens. They are the best for cheaper fine tips, and the colors are so bright. Mix these with a variety of black pens until you find one you like the most... Personally, I am still trying out new black ones, but Pilot G3 makes for a really nice pen for a cheaper end one.

Sorry, I just care a lot about this.

Also, things you can add to your wishlist if you don't want to just go out and buy a bunch of this stuff:

  • A compass to draw beautiful circles

  • Rulers - I have two I use the most, and both are cork-backed

  • A protractor!

    If you do just want to go buy this stuff, everything is on sale right now at walmart and target for back to school, so this is a good time to start :)