Sharpie Permanent Markers, Ultra Fine Point, Classic Colors, 8 Count
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- Pen-style marker that works well for labeling or addressing
- Durable Ultra Fine point tip produces precise marking and writing on most hard-to-mark surfaces
- Quick-drying ink is waterproof, smear proof and fade-resistant
- AP certified non-toxic
- Set of 8 Markers includes 1 each of Black, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red, Brown and Purple
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We Are Sharpie
We are the iconic permanent marker designed for boldly original, brilliantly colorful, courageous, outrageous, luminously electrifying, attention-drawing, awe-inspiring writing that dares to stand out, draw a crowd, cause a scene, and make an unforgettable impression.
Bold to the extreme and permanent to the core, Sharpie Permanent Markers create individual expression that can't be copied, refuses to be taken lightly, and absolutely will not be ignored.
Sharpie Ultra Fine Point Permanent Markers
Bold to the Max, Permanent to the Core
Dull and boring fades away - but bold and brave lives on. That's the motto of Sharpie Permanent Markers. Made to write on, stand out on, and stay on practically any surface, it's born for unique, unruly, courageous, outrageous self-expression that always leaves a bold mark.
At a Glance:
- Proudly permanent on paper, plastic, metal, and most other surfaces
- Intensely brilliant with a mix of vibrant, eye-popping colors
- Remarkably resilient with water- and fade-resistant ink
- Endlessly versatile with countless uses for class, office, home, and beyond
- Quick-drying ink is AP certified
Proudly Permanent Ink
Made to mark and stand out on almost every surface, iconic Sharpie permanent ink is quick drying and water and fade-resistant.
Brilliantly Bold Colors
Vivid to the max, Sharpie markers put an end to dull and boring, igniting your imagination to create drawings and visuals packed with a level of depth, detail, and brilliance that simply can't be matched.
Ultra Fine Point for Incredible Detail
An ultra-fine tip makes exact marks with ultimate precision, rendering letters, sketches, and more in remarkable detail. These Sharpie Permanent Markers are perfect for the class, office, home and beyond.
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|Tip Type||Fine Point||Ultra Fine Point||Fine or Medium Point||Fine Point||Fine Point||Fine + Ultra Fine Point|
|Number of Colors||25+||25+||10||24||4||10|
|Acid-Free Archival Quality||✓||✓|
|Won't Bleed Through Paper||✓|
|Recommended Uses||Energetic visuals and bold strokes||Energetic visuals and detailed art||Everyday writing, including on paper||Drawing, writing & adult coloring||Marking outdoor equipment||Art projects requiring both coverage and details|
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The Color Burst shades definitely are a welcome addition to my set of Sharpie colors. If you are looking for just a set of 24 colors, I think buying the set of 24 with these shades would do well for you. If you are looking, as I did, to add on and get the most colors available, I suggest that you buy the standard 24 set and then buy the three available limited edition five piece sets (Color Burst, 80's Glam, and Electro Pop.)
The new shades are: Brilliant Blue, Jetset Jade, Supersonic Yellow, Racey Red, and Powder Pink. The colors fill in missing shades. I found that the Blue was a medium true blue (not leaning to indigo or cyan.) The Jade is a lighter version of the deeper jade tone. Supersonic Yellow is simply not yellow. It is a light lime yellow and looks more green than it does yellow. The Red is really welcome as it has warmer tones compared to the two reds that I have that are more winter red (with blue tones.) Finally, the pink is another favorite of mine. It is a true fuchsia shade. I've found the other deep pinks in Sharpies to either be shaded toward purple or peach. I've had to use other brands of alcohol-based pens when I wanted a deep pink but no longer.
In addition to the five new colors, the other colors included (my names as I cannot find any on the pens or in the box): navy blue, medium blue royal blue, cyan, deep jade, kelly green, mint green, deep green, yellow, peach, orange, light pink (with hints of peach), bright pink (with hints of blue), deep magenta, medium purple, deep purple, red (with hints of blue), black, deep gray, and deep brown.
I've enjoyed the Limited Edition sets I have purchased in the past (80's Glam and Electro Pop.) While I appreciate waiting to see what will be new for the year, I also wish Sharpie would consider upping their standard offering to 36 as one of their competitors has done. I also wish that they would list the color names or numbers on the pens themselves.
Now that I have tried and enjoyed the new colors, I will be sure to buy an additional set before the limited run is over. I really like these colors. I colored a mandala using only these five new shades and I also made a chart showing the new colors with a small comparison to the closest comparison color in the package of 24.
When they do these specialty series (for lack of a better name), they basically give you nineteen of the traditional color of pens and trade out five of their normal colors for five brand new color introductions. With the “80’s Glam Color” series the specialty colors are as follows:
- Power Pink,
- Racy Red,
- Super Sonic Yellow,
- Jet Set Jade, and
- Brilliant Dove.
Since I started with Sharpies, I have just stuck with them over the years. There are still a few issues I have with the Sharpie Brand. I wish they would code their pens with either a color name or number. Because as you change from one pen type it another (i.e., fine point to ultra-fine point), a few of the colors are so close, you cannot go by the color of the cap to match colors. Since there is no name or number, you end up going to a scrap piece of paper to ensure you are picking the equivalent matching color. This taking your eyes off of the art piece you are working on. I also wish there was one more level of pens smaller than the ultra-fine point. The ultra-fine point still leaves a lot of ink on the paper. If your pen rests for even a moment in time, the ultra-fine point pen will puddle. They are really only good for drawing, -- as they simply bleed through standard college rule paper.