Winsor & Newton ProMarker



Price on: 19/05/2023 08:35:09

TL;DR Summary:
The product Winsor & Newton ProMarker Color Set contains 1 item and is fine dot type. It is recommended for drawings, illustrations, layouts, drafts, scribbles and storyboards. The ink is alcohol and dye based and is waterproof and non-toxic. The ProMarkers have 2 tips – fine & chisel tip, which allow an even application of color with excellent brilliance. It is available in 24 colors and weighs 612g. Customer reviews are 4.6 out of 5 stars. It ranked 19,298 in the Home & Kitchen category and 132 in Drawing Markers. It was first released on May 2, 2018.

Double tip provides both medium and fine lines. Based on a lightfast pigment ink are sufficient for achieving long-lasting results. Contains purple, blue, green, silver, gold and the bright golden redness.

Brand: Winsor & Newton

Number of Items: 1

Point type: Fein

Recommended uses for product: Zeichnung, Illustration

Special feature : Alcohol and dye based ink for flawless color coverage, Waterproof non-toxic ink, Promarker with 2 tips – fine & chisel tip, For all types of drawings, layouts, drafts, illustrations, scribbles and storyboards, Consistent color application with excellent brilliance See more

Manufacturer: Winsor & Newton

Brand: Winsor & Newton

Model Number: 0290078

Product Dimensions: 27 x 26.29 x 4.7 cm; 612 Grams

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Colour: 24 colours set in wallet

Number of Items: 1

Size : ProMarker – Color Set

Point Type: Fein

Manufacturer Part Number: 0290078

Item Weight: 612 g

Customer Reviews: 4.6 4.6 out of 5 stars
25,807 ratings

Best Sellers Rank: 19,298 in Home & Kitchen ( See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen ) 132 in Drawing Markers

Date First Available: 2 May 2018




Brand: Winsor & Newton


Which type of paper works best with Winsor and Newton Promarker?

What are ProMarkers used for?

They are often used by graphic designers,
illustrators and other professionals.

Have Winsor and Newton markers been discontinued?

At the start of this review, I found out that Winsor And Newton has stopped producing the Pigment Markers and will no longer be selling them on their own website.

What distinguishes Brushmarker from Promarker?

W&N made a wise decision to rename the Brushmarker to the Promarker Brush, as it conveys that the marker is of the Promarker range, just with different tips – Promarkers having bullet and chisel tips, while the Promarker Brush has brush and chisel tips.

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