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BIC Mark-It Color Collection Ultra Fine Permanent Marker, Assorted, 36 Markers

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  • Ultra fine point permanent marker
  • Acid free ink, non toxic
  • Rubber grip
  • Permanent on most hard-to-mark surfaces
  • Assorted ink
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameBIC
Item Weight13.6 ounces
Product Dimensions2.1 x 8.5 x 9.1 inches
Item model numberGPMUP361-Ast
ColorAssorted
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberGPMUP361-Ast
  
Additional Information
ASINB00347A8PI
Best Sellers Rank #1,933 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 15, 2010
  
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Product Description

For people who participate in extremely fine marking, BIC Mark-It Color Collection Ultra Fine Permanent Marker is the fashionable brand that is styled for today so that everyday detail oriented activities are more colorful and fun.

Customer Reviews

The selection of colors in the 36 marker set is fantastic.
Ariel
These ultra fine tip markers are just right for coloring very small areas, and intricate detail.
Jules
These are so much better quality than Sharpie's ultra fine point markers!
Spring De Hart

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 90 people found the following review helpful By creamyPB on January 5, 2011
I tried the original 'fine' bic mark it pens and really liked them. They have a pretty great range of colors AND best of all - they sell open stock of their colors. ALL of the colors. No such luck with the 'other' guys. With the limited edition approach they take, to replace $harpie colors you need to buy several that you don't need in order to get the ones you want - wasteful and expensive. With the bic pens that's not a problem. But I require ultrafine point markers. I need the precision for details. And now the marker gods have answered - with these bic markit ultrafines!

The 36 set has all the colors available. So for detail you can use these, if you need to cover more space you can use the 'fine' point ones. I've never cared for the definition of 'fine' points. Because they kind of aren't. These I would consider a fine point and the .005 type pens I would consider ultrafine. Anyway that's not important. What is important is that these are:

nice pens, comfy to hold
good range of colors
the ink flow is good, doesn't drip or pool up
the size of the markers is the same as the fine point ones. the only difference is the tip which means it has a really decent amount of ink in there
the case it comes in is a kinda cool foldout thing to store the markers
really nice price for a 36 set - cheaper than the other guys which is only 24 - AND with open stock if you have a fave that always runs out first

If you're a $harpie fiend like me then give them a try. As for me, these have become my new old faves.

Also for anyone who needs to know the package also states:

Acid-Free Ink*
*no added acid;no measurable PH - this means that there may be a little in there but not enough to worry about.
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Justin Donie on January 17, 2011
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I've been a huge fan of felt point pens since the 60's when I used to use the ones my Dad kept on his desk for detailed drawings of all my favorite creations. When I got old enough to buy my own gear, Flairs, Expresso's and Sharpies were always big favorites. But having tried these Bic's, they may just yet take the prize. The color selection is fabulous, the line quality and color intensity is great, the feel in the hand is much more comfortable than a Sharpie (though I never felt myself complaining about them) and they're just a complete delight to work with. Yes, they are permanent, so don't use them without taking that into account, or you might just stain something you don't mean to. The package these 36 pens come in allows you to spread the pens out while keeping them in control, then pack them back up for easy storage with just two folds. Very clever. I can highly recommend these to anyone who enjoys using top quality felt tip permanent markers for drawing, sketching, coloring or writing (on very high quality paper).
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Shala Kerrigan TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 31, 2010
I love Mark-It pens. The ultra fine ones come in a lot of colors including pastels which are fantastic for Shrink Film 8-1/2 Inch X11 Inch Sheets 6/Pkg-Clear because when you shrink plastic the colors intensify and darken quite a bit so a hot pink marker will come out looking more red or burgundy than pink.

I've also used these on domino pendants. The pendants do have to be sealed after coloring, but the colors dry well without smearing. For crafty purposes, these are my favorite permanent markers.
The price is just right too for a lot of colors.

They also work well on glossy finish papers and plain paper.

I've had some that were left unused, capped tightly, for 6 months and still worked after that time.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. Mountford TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 26, 2012
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I've been using the BIC Mark-It color collection permanent marker, Fine Point, Assorted Colors, 36 Markers for several years for various crafts projects, so I jumped at the opportunity to try out this Ultra Fine point version.

First, these are *permanent* markers, intended to compete with the Sharpie fine point markers. Are they the same quality? Not quite, but they're not bad at all.

I use the Sharpie black fine point pen for outline work, and "fill in" with these BIC (cheaper) pens. This works great for shrinkable plastic (Shrinky Dinks-type stuff) Make Your Own Shrinky Dinks -- made a bunch of Christmas ornaments this way over the holidays, and this gives them a nice "stained-glass" effect.

Like with a lot of pens of this type, the colors on the barrel do NOT match the ink color. It will give you an idea of what's inside, but it won't be an exact match. I usually make a "cheat sheet" that I keep in the case so that I know what I'm getting colorwise. I've had to do this with every pen set I've ever purchased, so it's not just a problem with these BIC pens.

How do they last? Well, I've had mine for awhile now, and they're still going strong. I've used them for the aforementioned ornaments, plus a ton of coloring projects. OK, I'll admit it: I'm an adult who likes to color. There. I said it. Dover Publications makes some really nice coloring books, like
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