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Dixon Reach Deep-Hole Marker, Black

Slim barrel lets you reach through narrow holes for accurate marking or tracing—a great general-purpose permanent marker.

Item #
67032
Rating:
100% of 100

Dixon's Reach Deep-Hole Marker features a slim barrel that allows it to reach through narrow holes and thick templates for accurate marking or tracing. It's also great for outlining tools on Kaizen foam (e.g. #43845, sold separately) before cutting out the shapes. A great general-purpose permanent marker, it leaves bold lines on most wet or dry surfaces.

Features:

  • Makes it easy to mark hard-to-reach places such as drilled holes and tight corners
  • An excellent general-purpose—not just a specialty tool
  • Black permanent ink marks most surfaces, wet or dry
(1) Dixon® Reach™ Deep-Hole Marker, Black
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number 14201
Weight 0.0600
Tech Spec
  • Brand: Dixon Ticonderoga
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 14201
  • Length of Narrow Section: 35mm (1-3/8'')
Discountable Yes
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Got Kaizen? Get this pen!
If you get Kaizen foam, get this too. It really helps draw out your cuts.
January 28, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Patrick P on Feb 23, 2020
Solves problem of marking holes through thick stock.
Craig R on Dec 18, 2019
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Patrick P on Feb 23, 2020
Great for marking tools on kazien foam.
Perry on Dec 24, 2019
Solves problem of marking holes through thick stock.
Craig R on Dec 18, 2019
I want to try this instead of traditional Sharpies, which don't always fit in the holes I'm working with.
Norm on Jul 2, 2019
Great for marking tools on kazien foam.
Perry on Dec 24, 2019
I want to try this instead of traditional Sharpies, which don't always fit in the holes I'm working with.
Norm on Jul 2, 2019