Edding have had a strong reputation that goes all the way back to 1960 when they burst onto the scene in Hamburg, just at the same time and in the same place as The Beatles did! Although they didn't make quite such big waves in the music world, they have been a very important name in the world of art. Their goal has always been to create the right marker pen for any application on any surface. Over the decades they have continued to refine their products to the point that they are today in a league of their own.
Robust & Reliable Pens
One of the cornerstones of Edding's pens over the years is that they are made to be robust and long lasting. These are not the cheapest of pens, but then they were not designed to be part of a throwaway culture. They are instead built to be able to be a sturdy and resilient tool of expression which can travel with you wherever you need to go and still perform smoothly and effectively. Whether you are a hobbyist or a professional artist, Edding are just as passionate about ensuring that you have a sketching pen which delivers to the standards that you desire.
High Quality Ink
Edding think about all the things that any sketcher will want out of their pen. This could be an artist who is doing some field sketches, or indeed a geologist or engineer who needs just as much in the way of precision and performance from their pen out in the open. Whoever you are, you will benefit from the ink which is waterproof once dry, meaning that it is great for sketching outdoors. Plus, you will also appreciate that the ink is lightfast, meaning it will not fade easily in the light. The ink is also smudge-proof and has been made in such a way that means it will not bleed through the page.
Precision & Smoothness
These technical pens will be excellent for precise writing as well as sketching. They are clean and uncomplicated pens which enable spontaneous creativity, as well as being great for the everyday. Not only do they perform brilliantly, but they also have a long and strong stainless steel clip which means they can be easily attached to your sketchbook.