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Caran d'Ache Waterbrush

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Available in three watercolour brushes with water reservoir - large (black), medium (blue), fibre-tipped (red)
Suitable for all watercolour on paper techniques. These brushes with a reservoir are practical and easy to use. The three types of tip (large, medium and fibre) provide a full range of tools to explore all water-based techniques (watercolour, gouache, pastel). The pump system makes it easy to clean the brush's synthetic fibres with water. Ideal for travel, art classes as well as quick sketches, this portable set is perfect for fans of watercolour paintings.
Technical description :
Brush: Length - 14 cm, diameter - 12 mm, weight - 9 grams, transparent plastic
Brush tips: large (black), medium (blue), fibre-tipped (red)
Closure cap
Pump system easily refills reservoir, rubber button to regulate water flow
Reservoir: holds 20 ml, can be removed thanks to its screw top
Warning. Not suitable for children under 3 years

Available individually or as a set of 3.

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Caran d'Ache Waterbrush Large Tip Product Code: 115201
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RRP: £5.99 £5.10
Caran d'Ache Waterbrush Medium Tip Product Code: 115202
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Caran d'Ache Waterbrush Fibre Tip Product Code: 115203
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Set of 3 Caran D'Ache Waterbrushes Product Code: 115303
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RRP: £16.99 £14.44

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  • excellent design, best in the market - Set of 3 Caran D'Ache Waterbrushes

    Brush tip in have a slight spring, and hold their shape. The water reservoir fills through vacuum, and has a push button to release the desired amount of water. The fibre tip looks like an ink marker. Have used all three with a variety of media. Alexis Moore (Burlington, USA) on 22 Sep 2015
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  • Not so good. - Set of 3 Caran D'Ache Waterbrushes

    I'm a chronic user of brushpens for watercolour so was thrilled to see that Caran D'Ache had entered the game. Sadly these ones are slow to 'ooze water' and end up being always slightly too dry to be effective for my needs. Others needs may vary though so don't be put off by my review. In fact I read one very good review which inspired this purchase.

    I still find the best on the market are the cheap $7 Zig brushpens made by Kuretake and found in craft shops (i think sometimes under other names). They are just as good as something ten times as expensive.

    Big shame about the Caran D'Ache as they are so good with so many other products. Dave (Australia) on 4 Jul 2016
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