Pantone Plus Plastic Standard Chips Collection (Pre-Order Now)

Pantone Plus Plastic Standard Chips Collection (Pre-Order Now)


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Overview of Pantone Plus Plastic Standard Chips Collection

The perfect tool for hard goods industries where a vast array of colours is key, the Pantone Plastic Standard Chip Collection features 1,755 of our best-selling graphic colours with corresponding pigment formulations. This Pantone Chips collection also includes a coated Formula Guide for easy cross-reference to spot colour printed materials. This is the ultimate tool to bring inspiration to realization in consumer product development.


Brand: Pantone LLC


Pantone Chips Format

  • Collection of Pantone Standard Chips in all graphic spot colours with bonus Formula Guide
  • Showcased in three towers of chips, each consisting of six separable trays of Plastic chips
  • Each tower has a rotating base for easy colour selection
  • Each Chip is made of Polypropylene, the most referenced plastic material
  • Each Chip is 3” x 1.9”, large enough to be measured by a spectrophotometer
  • Two tiers of thickness, 1mm and 2mm, allows for accurate colour visualization
  • Each chip is double-sided with gloss and matte finishes for accurate colour visualization
  • Key ring hole in top right corner to allow chips to be organized into palettes



  • 1,755 Pantone spot colours as plastic standard chips
  • 600 colours per tower and 100 colours per tray, except the last with 55 colours
  • Colours are arranged chromatically, with an index providing the chromatic & numeric location of each colour
  • Each plastic chip is referenced by a PMS number, identical to the colour number in the formula guide
  • Each chip includes corresponding pigment formulations for manufacturing accuracy



  • Use for any product made of coloured plastic, including beauty, food & beverage, consumer electronics, fashion accessories, hard home, toys, medical devices, and more
  • Use for palette development, colour communication, and production of plastic products when matching to spot colour printed materials is critical