|Item Weight||2.08 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 3 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||TIN125CTMIXED|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel, Brass|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TIN125CTMIXED|
Book Darts Line Markers 125 Count Tin Mixed Metals Bookmarkers
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- 125 Count
- Mixed Metal Including Bronze, Stainless Steel, and Brass
- Eliminate: Bent corners, Paper clips, Underlining, Highlighting, "Sticky Papers" (and sticky pages)
- Book Darts slide easily on and off the page without damaging your books. Use again and again for a lifetime.
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Book Darts Line Markers 125 Count Tin Mixed Metals by Book Dart. Book Darts is one fine solution Book Darts are precision-cut, paper-thin metal line markers that attach easily to any page. To use, place Book Dart at desired line, close book and press in. Sliding a Dart onto a passage assures you can recall it easily even in a closed book.
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I'm not usually a raving lunatic in my reviews, but I really believe in this product wholeheartedly. Especially because I am usually in the middle of several books.
The three metals in the tin I bought seem to be about evenly distributed, and if you've used these book darts before (but only in one metal variety), you'll be pleased to know that the metallic composition doesn't substantially affect how the darts work. Brass, copper, and stainless steel all have about she same grip, feel, and thickness.
If you have *not* had these darts before, you're in for a treat. They fit snugly and flushly on the book page and don't affect the overall lie of the leaves significantly enough to do compression damage, unlike thicker plastic book markers or paperclips.
They *can* be a bit of a tight fit, though, so I'd use caution if I were trying to mark passages in a book that had very thin leaves, such as a Bible. That said, repeated use tends to loosen these markers up just a bit, which (1) makes them easier to get on and off a page; but (2) does not affect their ability to remain in place … so if you do want to mark thin-leafed books with them, break them in first by using them in regular books. After a while they'll go on a thin leaf without any difficulty.
I've seen a lot of imitations over the years, but none of them stand up to the quality and value of *real* Book Darts. These are the ones you're looking for.