|Item Weight||4.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 7.6 x 7.6 inches|
|Item model number||24415|
|Number of Items||1|
|Ink Color||Berry, Blue, Fluorescent Green, Fluorescent Orange, Fluorescent Pink, Fluorescent Yellow, Purple, Red|
|Tip Type||Micro Chisel|
|Manufacturer Part Number||24415|
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Sharpie Highlighters/Surligneur, Assorted Colors, 10 Pack
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- Vibrant liquid ink is brighter than normal highlighter ink
- Visible ink supply helps you keep track of your levels
- Chisel tip glides smoothly for a clean application and consistent flow
- Notched clip securely attaches to 3-ring binders
- Includes: Berry, Blue, Coral, Fluorescent Green, Fluorescent Orange, Fluorescent Pink, Fluorescent Yellow, Indigo, Purple and red highlighters
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Bright & vivid colors except for 2 colors (red & dark purple; I use these primarily for underlining purposes only)
2. The ink lasts for a long time (depends on usage...but for me, one would last me for about a month as a college student taking 15-20 credit hours worth of classes)
3. Consistent flow of ink (say goodbye to skips & spur outs)
4. Doesn't bleed through (exception: very thin recycled low quality paper)
5. Aesthetically beautiful & practical design with the little notch for attachments and pocket clips
6. Doesn't smear, as advertised
7. The chisel doesn't get squashed over time (I found this to be the case with most other highlighters)
8. Durable (I've dropped things -- including highlighters -- so many times, I can't keep count...and yet these never broke on me)
Here's the bad- these don't last. Hardly at all. The clear barrel that shows how much ink is left was nearly empty after a week of heavy duty use. In addition, part of the barrel leaks- not necessarily onto your hand, though two of mine have started to. In the picture I posted, you can see how the red has bled all the way into the barrel (also one of the ones that leaks onto your hand when you open the highlighter), while the coral one has a mostly clear barrel.
Overall, for 10 bucks, I'd have been better off getting a box of the fat highlighters. If you don't need to use them that often, they might be more useful to you, but for people who are going to use these daily, don't expect them to last.
1. Visible ink levels
2. Vibrant, fluorescent colors that seem to not fade
3. Chiseled tips that don't wear down easily (I've used half the ink in some and the tips still seem brand new)
4. Awesome holes on the end of each marker so you can keep them in a 3-ring-binder if you like, or string together
5. A really sturdy, clear plastic molded sleeve to carry them neatly in a bag.
ZERO! NONE! NADA!
Yes, I'm a nerd who loves quality office products that keep my work/home/school work neat, organized, and PRETTY! Would absolutely recommend these highlighters!
So, would I recommend these to anyone? It depends. If you're doing a lot of highlighting, as I do, then skip out on these for the tank highlighters. If you put a lot of pressure into your pens and highlighters, skip out on these for the sake of your sanity and papers because these things can also bleed through pages if you use a lot of pressure (and depending on how dark the color is).
But I really like the idea of these things, as the tips do not dry out (due to the liquid ink supply) and you don't have to apply a ton of pressure to get color on the page. It's just a shame that the ink supply is such a low one. I still feel the product idea is a good one, it just needs something to mitigate that low ink supply (refills would be amazing).