|Item Weight||1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.1 x 8.5 x 9.1 inches|
|Item model number||BICGXPMP361ASST|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GXPMP361-Ast|
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BIC Marking Permanent Marker Fashion Colors, Fine Point, Assorted Colors, 36-Count
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- Durable permanent marker, long-lasting color
- Won't Dry Out when cap is left off for 2 weeks on classic colors: Blue, Black, Red and Green
- Low odor, vivid ink, Comfortable rubber grip
- Acid-Free ink (no added acid; no measurable pH) ACMI approved non toxic
- Marks on just about everything including: glass, metal, plastic, photos, foils, coated paper, oily and damp surfaces
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Get Creative with BIC Markers for Adult Coloring
36 Vivid Colors
BIC Marking Permanent Markers are perfect for adult coloring! With 36 'not-so standard' colors in low odor ink, you can be as creative as you want. BIC offers 36-count, 24-count, 12-count or 8-count packages for purchase.
Fine and Ultra Fine Point Sizes
BIC Marking Permanent Markers are available in both fine and ultra fine points. Use fine point markers for larger spaces that need more coverage, and ultra fine point markers for more detailed designs. Look below to compare our fine and ultra fine point sizes!
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Ultra Fine Point: 0.6 mm
Fine Point: 1.1 mm
36 Color Choices
BIC Marking Permanent Marker Fashion Colors is everything you love about our permanent markers in bold fashionable colors, styled for today. All of these markers have fun color names and low-odor, vivid ink. The ultra comfy rubber grip provides endless comfort and control. Marks on just about everything including: glass, metal, plastic, photos, foils, coated paper, oily and dampe surfaces. The ink is acid-free and ACMI approved non-toxic. Available in ultra fine, fine and chisel. Made in the USA of US and foreign parts (fine and ultra fine only)
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|Item Dimensions||8.5 x 2.1 x 9.1 in||1.25 x 7 x 7 in||8.5 x 2.06 x 9.12 in||7.5 x 0.69 x 7.63 in||1.09 x 8.88 x 9.09 in||1 x 1 x 1 in|
Top customer reviews
The swatches came out very nice! I'm looking forward to using these as the colors are beautiful and brighter than the 24 pack of sharpies I have (plus, 12 more colors)!
I will report back on how long they last.
I also LOVE the plastic container they come it. The pens all snap into place and are held there for easy use, organization of colors, and storage. Much better then having to dig through my plastic bin of markers to find one, or having to lay them all out on the table once I find them. I wish all markers came with this storage design.
And they last pretty long. I color in lots of hand drawn artwork on 9 in x 12 in sketch books and have been able to do about 15 of them using this pack alone. That's pretty long lasting compared to other markers I have tried.
The markers bleed through the paper and spread a tiny bit. So place something underneath your paper so you don't ruin other sheets. I know these are not made for professional artists but I love using them anyway because I like the jagged marker look they leave, it adds a textured look to the page. If you want really smooth, non-lined effect then go with REALLY expensive markers (like Copic or Prismacolor).
I uploaded a photo of one of my doodles (the cat sitting under the tree with hearts) so you can see the effect it leaves on the page.
I only wish they came in much bigger package sizes, like a 100 color pack would be awesome.
It is October and I have decided to compare these to Sharpie markers when decorating glass and ceramic. After placing in a cold oven and turning it to 425F for thirty minutes, the sharpies, black and red, with the exception of Silver was able to be rubbed off with minimal effort (literally, a cheap paper towel and a dab of water) from glass, but adhered exceptionally to the cheap dollar store ceramic plate. The BIC markers did not budge on either surface after baking. I did a test of all the colors on the ceramic plate so I can tell which ones will be an option when it comes time to make decorative plates, and the palest colors got a bit more pale in the oven, so much that they look almost identical. Those same colors barely showed up at all on the glass, even against a solid surface, so I can't fairly compare them before and after baking, but from what I could tell, the color did not come off on the towel when I rubbed them.
I consider BIC superior if you are buying these to create art on glass or ceramic surfaces, but it may take a long time, depending on what you are using it for, to create an image with such a fine tip... I actually wonder if I can just cut the tip blunt with a box cutter. I may try it with one and see what happens.
I have also read that cheaper ceramic plates hold the ink better after heating than the more expensive ones, which is why I chose a cheap plate. Even dollar store permanent markers did not come off the ceramic plate, but could be faded with the paper towel on glass. However, if you do a search, there are reports that ceramics often contain unstated amounts of LEAD, so if you do decorate a ceramic dish to be eaten out of, you may want to do research... I intend the plates to be a keepsake set for my mother for Christmas, so they will not be eaten out of.
Also, even though most permanent markers are not toxic, they are not considered a food safe material, so even in absence of the lead issue, I would choose glass and decorate the reverse side with BIC mark-it, if the dish is going to actually hold food. I will steer clear of sharpies on glass, except the silver ones... which held up flawlessly. My generic dollar store silver marker held up almost as well, with very little of the ink rubbing off the glass, though, so if I see more of those, I'm grabbing them all up. :)
I got these not expecting much because of how cheap the price is, but I am loving how they look on my marker paper.
They blend well with each other and layer easily. I am really surprised at how much I liked these. I still have some Copics but I've been so happy with these I've been using these for 99% of my drawings right now.
Of course these dont have the range of colors that copics do, but they're a dang good cheap alternative that hold their own.
I would happily purchase again once they run out.