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Staedtler Lumocolor Non-permanent Refill Station 487-15-5 for Non-permanent Universal Pens - Green

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Color: verde
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Modelo487 15-5
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Tipo de puntarotulador
Número de pieza del fabricante487 15-5
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Staedtler Lumocolor Non-permanent Refill Station 487-15-5 for Non-permanent Universal Pens - Green

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It worked...
It was purchased for some one else... a teacher that uses the most obscure pen in the world.
Turns out that for her.. only one make model and pen tip size works on what amounts to an overhead projector.
The pens in the 1mm size are hard to find - and, not particularly cheap...
They are labeled as refillable... She never figured out - how that was possible... She kept trying to figure out how to disassemble them.
Which is not necessary...

The instructions for use are in the wrap around label on what for all intents and purposes is an ink well.
Took her awhile to figure out the label thing...
After that it is pure simplicity.

It turns out that the Refill Station is part pump, part metered reservoir, and part support stand.
Just unscrew the cap, insert pen with cap removed - and, press down.
When you press down, a metered quantity of ink gets pumped into the holding well.
The tip of the pen rests in the well for a few hours.
Capillary attraction sucks up into a nearly dry pen...

You can keep recharging a dry pen until the tip wears out.

Now she wishes that she had held onto all those old dried out pens - and/or - not mauled them with pliers trying to take them apart.

If you have a pen that lasts thru 5 recharges the Refill station will pay for itself.
If you have a draw full of dry pens, It'll pay for itself in a day.

It does only do one pen at a time... and, the soak time is hours...
So, I would recommend one pen - per day... one pen overnight, etc.
If you kept an eye on them, you might do 3 or 4 a day.

The pens and the recharging stations have to match up...
The inks vary.
Some are for permanent markers.
Some are for white board markers.
Some are non-permanent for use on glass or transparencies..