|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.4 x 6.8 x 0.8 inches|
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|Item model number||BC31358|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WKT7-5C,WKT7-5C-RC,WKT7-5C-NC|
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Zebra MILDLINER WKT7-5C (5-Color Set) / WKT7-5C-RC (5-Color Set) /WKT7-5C-NC (5-Color Set)3 pack
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|Item Dimensions||6.8 x 7.4 x 0.8 in||0.68 x 5.63 x 2.4 in||0.68 x 5.63 x 2.4 in||2 x 5.6 x 0.7 in||4.6 x 6.9 x 0.6 in||6.8 x 7.4 x 0.8 in|
Top Customer Reviews
At first, the pens were very inky and bled through the page, but after a couple of uses, that problem is resolved. The two tips are also useful - when the font/my handwriting is really small, I use the fine tip to highlight, but this tip is also good for writing headings with the darker colours (not so much with the pink pack since it's a bit hard to see those properly in writing).
- Pink Pack: Pink, Orange, Yellow, Blue-Green, Blue
- Yellow Pack: Smoke Blue, Magenta, Gold, Vermilion, Brown
- Blue Pack: Green, Dark Blue, Grey, Violet, Red
And the price isn't bad at all. Cost me about $25 AUD ($1.65 for each pen), much better value than the fluoro highlighters I would find in my local office supplies store. Basically 2 for the price of one with the double tips.
All in all, great buy.
Anyway, they're great, I use them in my planner and for lecture notes.
I have also fallen in love with the grey highlighter and cannot remember my life before it, one of my classmates sees my textbooks and always says that because of the grey and grey-ish blue (from the blue pack) that my notes and book look so calm. These are really good if you're looking for some interesting colors that aren't available in American highlighters and this is the best price that I've seen around for them, especially all together as a set.
Milder colors (not as florescent as the highlighters you find in America)
Dual tips (thinner and broader)
Come in cases that can be closed and used to carry them in
Grey highlighter (everyone needs one in their life)
Bleed through most paper
Can take a little while to dry on paper
Ones in the yellow pack are not super opaque (can be hard to read what you highlight, I mainly use those colors for underlining things)
The pink pack is kind of bright color wise
the purple pack is the "highlighter" set. the colors are softer than regular highlighters, so they are a very pleasant pastel version of the neon colors. it's much nicer to look at in a planner or journal. the name "mildliner" is very fitting for that reason.
the gold and blue packs have beautiful colors, and i would say that these are more 'marker' than they are 'highlighter'. the colors are bolder, and absolutely beautiful tones. the colors in the packs are coordinated to complement each other, making nice color schemes on their own. i really appreciate the way that they have separated the colors into the warm (gold pack) and cool (blue pack) tones. i just wish i could read the packaging.
each of the markers has two tips. the "bold" side is about 4mm wide -- perfect for highlighting or script calligraphy. and the "fine" side is probably 1.5 or 2 mm, which is equivalent to a medium tip in similar felt pens.
the packaging of these pens is also worth mentioning. the plastic is flexible, the kind that some expandable folders are made out of. i toss these in my bag and they stand up to the trekking about, and the flap kind of tucks in to close and keep the pens together.
I took away a star because these highlighters cause my other pens (Staedtlers, Uniball, Pilot, Muji) to bleed a bit if I don't take care to wait for the ink to dry. However, the double-sided tips are very helpful when trying to highlight thin lines of text. These highlighters do not bleed or smudge on regular notebook paper, printer paper or the smooth Japanese press paper that Muji uses in their notebooks.