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Sharpie CD/DVD Twin Tip Permanent Markers, 4 Black Markers (37035PP)

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Color: Black | Size: 4-Pack

Sanford L.P., is a Newell Rubbermaid company based in Oak Brook, Illinois, USA. Sanford is the largest writing products manufacturer in the world. It is primarily known for manufacturing Sharpie, Paper Mate, and Prismacolor products.

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Color:Black  |  Size:4-Pack

Technical Details

Brand Name Sharpie
Item Weight 4 pounds
Product Dimensions 7.4 x 3.7 x 0.5 inches
Item model number 37035PP
Color Black
Material Type N/A
Number of Items 1
Size 4-Pack
Manufacturer Part Number 37035PP

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ASIN B000PXJ26A
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4.6 out of 5 stars 210 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,033 in Office Products (See top 100)
#29 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Painting > Paint Pens, Markers & Daubers
Shipping Weight 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available April 27, 2007

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By Edward Wilson on June 7, 2010
Size: 4-PackColor: Black Verified Purchase
Taking care of your Burned CD's should be top priority. From all that I have read, using a Regular Permanant Marker to lable your Burned CD's could possibly damage them, as can excessive heat (ever leave your CD's in your car during a hot summer day?). What I really love about these CD/DVD Permanent Markers is the Ultra Fine Tip. The Ultra Fine Tip comes in really handy when you have a long title to wrtie on your CD. I Highly recommended this product if you are serious about taking care of your Burned CD's for long term storage.
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Size: 4-PackColor: Black Verified Purchase
My experience with these has not been all that positive, which is surprising as I usually find Sharpie products to be top-notch. I found after a few uses that the wide end started to flatten out and get even wider, limiting its usefulness on a small surface such as a CD or DVD. I find after switching to the narrow end, that: a) the writing trail is so narrow that it's hard to read and that b) after bout 10 uses, the ink does not flow well unless I really bear down (which, in turn, makes the tip skip and write intermittently). All in all, I cannot recommend these markers.
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Size: 4-PackColor: Black
I'm a vidiographer who has used DVD markers for a while. I've tried 3 products, including Memorex, and found Sharpie's version to last a lot longer. Markers that write on Discs are a lot more sensitive than regular markers so you have to make sure to put the cape back on right away. Secondly, you cannot write over your writing, this really messes the "dvd markers" up. Now I never used the "fine" tip part of these markers, only the "bold" side.

I highly recommend these markers
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Size: SingleColor: Black
I Googled this...!-
Data is actually written on the TOP of the CD- under the label/thin lacquer... Over a period of time regular felt pen... solvent based ink can soak in, and years... later your data may be unreadable (numerous testimonials!)!

The sticky solvent based glue on printable labels, can also soak in and ruin your CD!

Ball point pens are worse (too much pressure!)!

Whichever water based "CD/DVD" speciality marker you use!- PRESS GENTLY!

The Sanford Sharpies work good for me!- don't bead up like other brands, and are nice and dark (unlike other brands!).
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Size: 4-PackColor: Assorted Colors Verified Purchase
This is a good product for CD/DVD. I found the dual ends very convenient for writing tiles verses writing individual details using the smaller fine point. The pens do have the problem of drying out if you leave them uncovered. I have one set that is 2 years old and they still work.
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Size: 4-PackColor: Black Verified Purchase
Very glad I found these at a very discounted rate or I would never buy them again. I am usually very pleased with Sharpie brand products, however these are their weakest product on the market.
The "fine" tip (felt tip) wears out quickly so that the writing head begins to spread and make reading what has been written nearly impossible. I do not press hard when I write or write a great deal but have found that by about the 5th use this problem begins.
As for the "ultra fine" tip the writing is very very thin, but I like this this. The issue is that I have yet to get 10 CD/DVD labels out of it before it seems to run out of ink. By the 2nd or 3rd disc one must use a small piece of paper to scribble on in order to get the ink flowing for use. Again, I am not pressing down hard and I am not writing a great deal on any one disc.
Unfortunately, Sharpie seems to be one of the only games in town for this type of product and the only one that I have found has long term testing reviews that I trust. I would hate to have the ink of an off brand destroy or damage my discs after just a year or so.
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Size: 4-PackColor: Black Verified Purchase
For the past few months, I've been attempting the slow, laborious process of converting the hundreds of VHS-tapes I own to DVDs - and I've used this product extensively for the purpose of labeling those DVDs. My impressions upon using this marker is that - while the marker is adequate for the job - it does not inspire a 5-star rating. I've been using the fine-point end of the marker to label the DVDs (I personally find the broader-tipped end to be too broad for DVD/CD-labeling - unless perhaps you never have to write labels that are longer than a few short words) - and from my experience, the fine-point end does not lend itself to easy, neat handwriting. The main problem is the ink-flow: the ink-flow isn't even and steady. I often find myself having to do a scribble on a separate sheet of paper to get the ink flowing - and even then, it can be a little "rough going" as I'm writing the labels. The ink will often seemingly stop flowing out of the fine-tip as I'm writing - if only momentarily. I often have to re-angle the marker in the middle of a stroke to produce ink - and I often find the need to re-trace my writing to fill in areas where the marker produced little-to-no ink.

As a result of this somewhat-choppy effort - my handwriting on these DVDs isn't as even or as neat as it otherwise could be. As someone who is already prone to less-than-neat handwriting - I miss the loss-of-quality. In the end, though, this is a compromise that I can live with - as I don't have a burning desire to search for a replacement that might be better.

The broader-tipped end produces a much steadier, more reliable ink-flow - but, as I mentioned earlier - I find that end to be too broad to use for CDS/DVDs.
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