|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 6.86 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||GELIPP121|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material Type||Plastic resin|
|Number of Items||1|
|Point Type||Fine Bullet|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GELIPP121|
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BIC Intensity Advanced Dry Erase Marker, Fine Bullet Tip, Assorted Colors, 12-Count
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|Drill Point||Fine Bullet|
|Number of Pieces||12|
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- Dry erase markers offer low odor and bold writing
- Erases easily and provide smooth, consistent ink flow
- Fine bullet tip for precision and detail work on dry erase boards, glass, and most non-porous surfaces
- Long-lasting ink supply with visible ink level
- 24 bullet tip markers per pack
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Features & Benefits
Bold Color and Low Odor
BIC Magic Marker Brand Dry Erase Markers feature low-odor ink that lets you write in bold, vivid color while enjoying a pleasurable writing experience. With a vibrant array of colors at your disposal, this assorted pack of 24 non-toxic tank-style markers helps ensure your work and messages get noticed at home, school, and the office.
Long-Lasting Ink Supply
BIC Magic Marker Brand Dry Erase Markers offer a long-lasting ink supply that will help keep you going through many notes, presentations, and projects at home, school, and work. The liquid ink level is visible in each marker's barrel, so you always know how much ink remains.
Provides Smooth, Consistent Ink Flow
Featuring liquid ink, these dry erase markers provide smooth, consistent ink flow that helps you easily create notes and drawings that stand out on dry erase boards, glass, and most non-porous surfaces. The markers erase easily for quick cleanup.
Ideal for home, school, or office use, BIC Intensity Advanced Dry Erase Markers are non-toxic and feature bold, low-odor ink and fine bullet tips. The markers provide smooth, consistent ink flow on dry erase boards, glass, and most non-porous surfaces and erase easily. These ACMI-approved markers also offer a long-lasting ink supply, and the level of liquid ink is visible so you can see how much remains. This pack contains 12 dry erase markers in an assortment of vivid colors.
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|Item Dimensions||0.60 x 6.86 x 7.00 inches||5.50 x 6.25 x 4.02 inches||7.50 x 6.00 x 1.90 inches||5.00 x 0.63 x 0.63 inches||8.25 x 8.74 x 2.00 inches||0.77 x 5.75 x 8.13 inches|
|Item Weight||4.96 ounces||2.40 ounces||5.60 ounces||0.80 ounces||0.64 lbs||7.84 ounces|
|Size||1 Pack||8-Count||5-Ct with Cleaner + Eraser||12 Pack||16-Count||12 Count|
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-no shadow left
-won't dry out quick
-variety of colors
I couldn't find any that seemed high enough quality with magnets so I gave up on that since I can get a magnetic holder or glue magnets on by myself.
In the end, I couldn't decide between two brands so I bought both the Quartet
and the BIC Intensity
The Quartet can write a thick and thin line
The BIC only a thinner line (not super thin but fine)
Both were with $2 of each other and had 12 markers in the packs
I like them both. The BIC Intensity markers seem to erase a little more cleanly on the first swipe but both erase fine with a second swipe of the eraser. The Quartet writes just a bit darker. So far neither has stained my two new dry erase boards so I'm happy there. I like variety of colors and both brands seem to be nice and vibrant and easy to read on my boards.
Bottom line - I think you'll be happy with either of these. They both work great and erase without a problem.
If either brand added magnets or erasers on the ends I'd say they were a clear winner but I'll have to get out my super glue and do that myself.
I'll update my review if either set dries out before they should. I've only had them a couple weeks, so I can't speak to the longevity of either brand yet. I'm currently storing the markers on their sides when not in use.
————- Update 4/11/18
Approx 2-3 weeks into using them and they’ve started leaking. Not cool. Super messy.
But these Bic markers are by far the best. Bright colors, solid tips, and a see through section on the marker so you can tell how much ink is left in each one.
The only thing I wish these markers had was a clip on the caps. But if that's not a deal breaker for you, I would definitely buy these Bic whiteboard markers.