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- Perfect for coloring, drawing, or writing
- Includes 100 markers and durable plastic caddy
- Unique bullet nib for fine details and thick strokes
- Conforms to ASTM D4236
- Comes in a storage tray
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A complete color range of 100 different colors. Perfect for coloring, drawing, or writing. Each marker features a unique bullet nib that can be used for fine details and thick strokes and water-based ink that washes from skin and most fabrics. This package contains 100 different markers and they come in a durable plastic caddy for keeping them all organized. Caddy measures 4 by 7 by 4-1/4 inch. Conforms to ASTM d4236.
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My only complaint would be the packaging, but I am the kind of person who is willing to put in a little effort to customize my 'setup.' The markers come in a little plastic caddy that is somewhat flimsy. I have not had a problem with it falling apart or anything like that; it just sometimes tilts to one side and makes sliding the marker back into the two slots a little difficult. (When shifted, the bottom holes so not align with the top.)
Again, with regards to the packaging, the markers are not labeled by color, but rather by number. The set I purchased, the #s are gold and on a white background. This makes them a bit difficult to see. If you want your colors in a prismatic order, and are willing to invest a little time, You can label the lids by #, as I did, and make a corresponding chart. A little overboard I know, but I try to color symmetrically and so want the colors to 'flow'.
The #s that are listed on the markers correspond to a tiny, barely legible chart on the front of the plastic box it comes in. The colors shown are not at all true to the actual markers; they are shown against a black background and are very dark and dull. I have barely looked at the names, making a color chart made it irrelevant.
Still, aside from the original effort in organizing the markers, and a warning to move the caddy with a little care, I do recommend these markers as a really good deal with a decent variety and quality for the price.
Other than that so far so good