Pentel is a leading Japanese brand in the stationery world, and produces some of the highest quality pens on the market. Their Color Brush pens are no exception, filled with water-based ink that can be used without bleed in most colouring books. The brush tip is made of nylon bristles so retains its shape well, and is extremely versatile in the different types of strokes and techniques you can create with it.
The pen measures just over 17cm, mostly made up of a long ink chamber which can be refilled when needed, so they are economical as well. The ink is released by gently squeezing the fattest part of the barrel, and doesn't leak or drip due to a valve mechanism that steadily releases ink. There is a nice flow to the line without many stops and starts, ranking these pens up with the best I've come across performance-wise.
The colours are vivid and strong, appearing more vibrant on the page than other water-based pens in my collection. The long brush tip tapers off to a point, enabling you to get into very small spaces as well as creating wide strokes in larger areas. Take a look at this video I made of the pens in action!
I'm currently colouring this page from Tangle Magic with the Pentel Colour Brush pens, I love how bright they appear!
You can find Pentel Color Brush on Cult Pens with FREE UK DELIVERY here.