|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 7.4 x 12.8 inches|
|Item model number||58-5050|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||58-5050|
Crayola 50ct Washable Super Tips - "Styles May Vary"
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- Crayola Washable Super Tips markers are perfect for drawing, coloring and writing
- Great value
- Will not bleed through paper
- Portable, reusable clear pouch
- 50 color variety
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Super Tips Washable Markers
At a Glance:
- Markers draw both thick and thin lines.
- 50 vibrant colors
- Washable ink won't bleed through paper.
- Recommended for kids ages four and older.
Crayola Super Tips Washable Markers
Crayola Super Tips Washable Markers can be used for a variety of projects thanks to versatile tips that can draw either thick or thin lines. Use Crayola Super Tips Markers for drawing, coloring, or even writing. The markers are designed to easily wash off of skin and out of most clothing, plus their ink won't bleed through paper. With 50 colors to choose from in the pack, you can create any number of imaginative and colorful creations.
What's in the Box:
- 50 Crayola Super Tips Washable Markers.
Draw Thick or Thin Lines with the Same Marker
The special tip on each Crayola Super Tips Marker lets you create either a thick or thin line. You can go from adding large swaths of color to decorating with finer detail without needing to switch markers. Coloring, drawing, and even writing--Crayola Super Tips Markers can handle it all.
Dozens of Vibrant Colors
An array of 50 colors to choose from lets you find just the right shade of blue for your ocean scene or sky full of birds.
Washable Ink for Less Mess
Sometimes making art takes you outside the lines, or even off the page. When this happens, it's nice to know that Crayola Super Tips Markers are designed to be washable. The ink is easy to remove from skin and most clothing. And it won't bleed through, so you don't have to worry about stains on the table or even on your next piece of page.
Create vibrant, colorful drawings, designs, and written messages with Crayola SuperTips Markers. This pack contains 50 markers, including 12 with iconic scents such as cherry and burnt marshmallow. Each marker has a durable tip, can create a thick or thin line, and won't bleed through paper.
Yes, this pack really does contain 50 distinct colors. Each 6.5-inch felt-tipped pen has a white barrel and a color-coordinated cap, and variations of pink through red alone require about 10 different pens. (It depends on where you think purple ends, or orange begins.) Each pen has a conical tip that makes drawing thick or thin lines easy. And when you have all 50 colors on your best white shirt, it's nice to know that the inks are washable. The only drawback is that the pens come in a thin transparent plastic case that will probably not survive daily use. --Richard FarrSee all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
The scoop on the scented markers:
Cherry- smells like it.
Wild Berry- yum!
Lemon- can inhale all day.
Honeysuckle- just O.K., not exactly like the real stuff.
Green Apple- kids will love it.
Forest Pine- Pine-Sol, anyone?
Fresh Air- bad air freshener.
Bay Breeze- nice, but I can see it producing a headache if sniffed too much.
Vanilla- Sorta, has beeswax scent notes.
Burnt Marshmallow- makes ya hungry.
Spice- accurate, will clear your sinuses.
As far as anybody gettin' ill (I am using that adjective as opposed to another word that we are all thinking of) from inhaling these suckers...well, I survived my "Mr. Sketchy" smelly markers back in '83, and I propose that maybe after three hours of continuous sniffing that the most you would get is a bad headache. Listen, the most our kids will do is take a quick snuff here or there when they actually remember that the markers smell, do their art thing, then run off to make another mess in another location. All in all, my daughters love these markers (my little one has even rejected her "Pipsqueaks" and her Pre-K type markers and prefers these) because they are easy to use, vibrant, include a huge selection of hues, and encourage their artistic expression. Used everyday in my joint to create "wallpaper" for my kitchen and computer/office/play/storage/alleyway room.
So naturally, I'm looking for different mediums to use when I color. I've used colored pencils and gel pens, so I figured it was time to branch out into the marker arena. Someone suggested starting with these as they're water-based rather than alcohol-based, and Amazon has them at a good price, so I got the 50-ct set.
Overall, I'm pleased. There is a good selection of colors, several shades of each, which helps to bring some variety into th mix.
What I DON'T like (and this seems to be a problem for ALL coloring mediums): the actual color of the pen/pencil/etc. almost NEVER matches the color of the cap/barrel/etc. I realize that colors will look different depending on the type a "color" of paper used as the background, but seriously, some of these are WAY off. I find myself having to make a "cheat sheet" on the paper I'm using just so I can get a clear picture of how the various colors REALLY look.
Like I said, this isn't just a problem with Crayola, but they make it a little more difficult because the pens have NO distinguishing markings on them whatsoever to designate a color number or code. I ended up putting little pieces of masking tape on each pen and numbering them myself just so I can keep the color charts coordinated.
All that aside, they work great once you figure out the colors. Colors are vibrant, and I had very little "bleed through" or feathering in an Angie Grace book. Bleed through and feathering depend a great deal on the paper used, so bear that in mind and ALWAYS test before coloring.
Overall, I like these - don't "love" them, but they're good quality water-based markers at a very good price.