|Brand Name||Zebra Technologies|
|Item Weight||2.08 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.3 x 3.1 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||WKCR1-7C|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WKCR1-7C|
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Zebra Optex Care fluorescent 7-color set WKCR1-7C (japan import)
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Product introduction Set seven colors of highlighter. Ink color, red, pink, yellow, orange, green, blue, purple.
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I discovered them while living in Korea & Japan.They were my go-to highlighters because of quality and dual tips. I still buy them when I travel or here on Amazon if I'm in the US. I probably use one set per year because they last a long time.
TIPS - The large tip is just regular sized - maybe even a little smaller than the average American highlighters. The smaller tip is amazing. I was surprised how often I end up writing words with it - just like a pen. Obviously a pen is usually better for long writing, but the thin tip works pretty well for headings. Also great if you prefer underlining to true highlighting. Shoot, I even color with these sometimes when I'm bored.
INK - Lasts a long time. Since the size is smaller than many highlighters, I always worried they would dry up faster. However, I think they actually last longer for me. Held at the proper angle, it makes a nice solid line. In fact, one of my favorite things is that the color doesn't easily "darken" with multiple layers. If I overlap two lines of the same color, the meeting point isn't too dark. Also, some highlighters have dark ends at the beginning and/or end of the line because I held the pen there just a moment longer or pressed a little harder. These highlighters leave a nice, even color. Finally, there are no railroad tracks unless their running out of ink (one set easily lasts me a year of moderate use). Railroad tracks are when the line is darker on top and bottom, but kind of disappears in the middle. Many cheap highlighters / markers do this and I hate it.
SHAPE - Also love their shape & size. They're NOT very large or awkwardly shaped.They will fit into pen cases or even a pen loop evenly because they're basically the size of a pen. Well, a little bigger than a cheap bic pen, but not much. Also, they don't taper, which makes them lay evenly.
CAPS - The caps on both ends come completely off. However, they never fall off on their own. Nice tight fit. Also, either cap cap be removed and sticks on the other end. They seem to seal well, which helps keep the ink from drying out.
BLEEDING - Yes, they are a bit bright and can be seen through paper. It's not true bleeding, but if you have thin paper it might be annoying with some of the colors. However, with thick paper its very minimal.
COLORS - Ok, here's my biggest pet peeve about these. In the 7 set, which I usually get, there are three similar colors: pink, orange-gold and orange-salmon. They are easy to tell apart, so there's not mix up. But I don't have a name for the two oranges! So when I color code things, I can't use one of them because I'll forget what each orange represents. I generally use the orange-gold because it makes a better contrast with pink. This also means my blue, green, and purple get the heaviest use and run out faster. Anyway, really minor issue, I just end up with a lot of extra pinks and oranges.