Sharpie Fine Retractable Marker 32730PP (Sharpie SAN32730PP), Permanent Markers - Markers & Dry Erase - Office Supplies | Office Depot
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Sharpie Fine Retractable Marker 32730PP

Sharpie Fine Retractable Marker - Fine Marker Point Type - Point Marker Point Style - Assorted Ink - 8 / Set
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SKU: SAN32730PP
Mfg #: 32730PP
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  • $15.64 / Set
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  • Manufacturer: Sanford, L.P.
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 32730PP
  • Brand Name: Sharpie
  • Product Name: Fine Retractable Marker
  • Packaged Quantity: 8 / Set
  • Product Type: Permanent Marker
Product Description

Use fine point retractable marker for easy, one-handed operation. No cap to remove or lose. The Safety Seal valve design provides a superior seal, preventing the marker from leaking and drying out. Quick-drying ink is fade-resistant and water-resistant. Permanent ink marks on most hard-to-mark surfaces. Certified AP nontoxic.

  • Brand Name: Sharpie
  • Manufacturer: Sanford, L.P.
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 32730PP
  • Marketing Information:

    Use fine point retractable marker for easy, one-handed operation. No cap to remove or lose. The Safety Seal valve design provides a superior seal, preventing the marker from leaking and drying out. Quick-drying ink is fade-resistant and water-resistant. Permanent ink marks on most hard-to-mark surfaces. Certified AP nontoxic.

  • Packaged Quantity: 8 / Set
  • Product Name: Fine Retractable Marker
  • Product Type: Permanent Marker
  • Assembly Required: No
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Post-consumer-waste%: 0%
  • Recycled: No
  • Recycled Content: 0%
  • Features:
    • Quick-drying Ink
    • Water Resistant
    • Fade Resistant
    • Non-toxic
  • Ink Color: Assorted
  • Marker Point Style: Point
  • Marker Point Type: Fine
  • Retractable: Yes
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