|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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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.
One great feature that these liners have is that there's a separate fine point tip on the other end - so you get the regular highlighter tip on one end, and a second, fine-point tip on the other end. I wasn't even aware of this feature when I bought these, so it was a fun surprise! Some of the colors are dark enough to write with, so the pen tip will come in handy for that, as well as for fine underlining other text.
The Leuchtturm 1917 journal that I use has a more ivory colored paper, and that may have something to do with the way the colors show. However, while I liked the grey liner more than I expected, I can't think of a time when I'll want to use either the brown or the red-orange liners, and two of the neon colors (blue and green) look almost exactly alike on my paper. Additionally, while one of the features of the Mildliners is that they supposedly don't bleed or ghost as much as some highlighters and are easier to read through, I found the neon Mildliners colors to be similar to my other brand highlighters, which also don't bleed or ghost. In fact most of the colors in the darker set *do* bleed a bit through the paper. (Bleed = pigment goes through paper to the other side. Ghost = pigment doesn't bleed through, but is slightly visible from the other side of the paper.) In other words, I don't think they're much better than my usual highlighters, but the colors are definitely milder, as the name implies, and there's more variation in the color than just the usual neons.
One note about the bleeding and ghosting: I've found that almost all pens and highlighters ghost in my Leuchtturm 1917 - and that's just a product of the paper itself - so it's not necessarily a problem with these liners. You can even see in my image that the writing on the opposite page is showing through to the back of the Mildliner test page! The neon colors in this set don't bleed or ghost quite as much as the darker colors do, so if that's a concern, you'll want to stick to those.
Finally, it's important to let the ink dry before highlighting over it. I found out the hard way that my Staedtler pen smears if I use a Mildliner over it before it's completely dry. (This is also true for most highlighters, and depends on which pens you're using as well.) One trick I've learned is to highlight first and then write over it - but that only works if you're sure about how much area you'll need, like with a doodle.
Overall, these are a great addition to my bullet journal tools!