Are you reviewing for your exam tomorrow? Do you need to memorize all those words? Do you need to important phrases on the office manual to do a report about how you are going to improve the quality of the manufacturing process? Or do you just want to bring life to your favorite coloring books? Whatever the reason and whatever you have to do, you need one thing to accomplish all of these- colorful markers! You need the best markers by your side to be in your peak performance!
Mr. Sketch Scented Markers
Any one of you want scented markers? At the top of the list of best markers is the scented marker from Mr. Sketch! You have the choice of a cherry scent, a blueberry scent, a banana scent and a mint scent. Who would have thought of putting scent on markers, right? Yet having such scents on a writing tool is so much fun and enjoyable! Nobody wants ordinary markers today! We want the ones that not only have good colors, but also have awesome sweet scents!
Mr. Sketch Scented Markers come in packs of four, packs of six, packs of eight, packs of ten, packs of fourteen and packs of sixty four. For those who want more, there are the numerous ones. There are packs of 192 and packs of 216. You will have a lot, and I mean A LOT of markers to choose from if you get either of the last two. But I know it would be great to use all of those! Before you know it, you have exhausted all of the markers and you need to buy another set of Mr. Sketch Scented Markers!
Other features of these markers aside from being scented is that they are water-based markers. This means that they are easily washable when you accidentally wrote on your hands with the markers. The colors can also be easily washed and removed from most clothing fabrics. Since they are thick barrels, they are very easy to hold, especially for kids who want to color on paper and other materials! All the markers have chisel tips for variable thicknesses of lines, from fine to broad strokes.
Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Pens
One of the best sellers in the market today for colorful markers is from Paper Mate. It is the Flair Porous-Point Felt Tip Pen. You’ll definitely love this pen! You have a choice of a lot of colors! Paper Mate offers markers that are black, blue, navy blue, sky blue, lime, yellow, olive, green, pink, magenta, marigold, tangerine, lilac, red, purple and plum. There you go! A lot of colors for you to use on your books, your notebooks and on office manuals! Do you know where they are best used for? Coloring books! I, for one, have a lot of coloring books. Depending on my mood, I choose the drawings and the colors that would express what I felt on that very moment.
The Paper Mate marker come in one to thirty six per pack. What’s best with these markers is that they are quick-drying, which means that your work will not be ruined because of accidental smearing. You have a choice of medium tip or ultra fine tip. Because the marker point is acid-free, your writing will last a very long time! These markers use the Point Guard technology to protect the tips. These markers are also water-based, so you can easily wash it from your hands and from most clothing.
Sharpie Permanent Markers
Sharpie is one of the popular brands on the list. I have been using Sharpie since I could remember! Sharpie is a long standing brand and a go-to item when you want to do some markings on books, or labels on some papers. The Sharpie Permanent Marker is third on our list of best markers.
The Sharpie markers are permanent markers that inks perfectly on different kinds of surfaces like paper, plastics and metals. You definitely know that you are using Sharpie because of its colors and consistency. The ink of these markers dry out quickly and not easily erasable once used. Because it has been a staple tool for most offices, homes and classrooms, the Sharpie has built a reputation for quality markers. You can choose black markers, purple markers, or green markers. The Sharpie Markers come in 12-pack, 24-pack, and even 12-dozen and 24-dozen. For fine-point Sharpie Markers, you have black, blue, turquoise, red, orange, yellow, berry, purple, brown, green, lime and aqua. For hard-to-mark surfaces, the Sharpie markers are definitely one of the markers to use.
Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Markers
Another Sharpie marker on the list is the Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Markers. From the same brand that brought you the Sharpie Permanent Markers come a new marker with an entirely different use. As you may notice, these markers are oil-based. So, what are oil-based markers and where do you use these kinds of markers? Oil-based inks tend to attach perfectly on wood, pottery, metal, rubber, glass, stone and plastic. In surfaces where you don’t actually know if a marker will work or not, it’s better to choose this Sharpie marker. Oil-based markers are very much resistant to external elements like water and abrasion. The ink of these markers are long-lasting.
You have a choice of four tip sizes for our Sharpie Oil-Based markers. You have the extra fine tip, fine tip, medium tip and bold tip. You also have a wide array of colors to choose from. You will not have scarcity of colors with these markers from Sharpie. You can use these markers for your different crafts that may involve wood, stone or plastics. A marker that permanently puts ink on the surfaces mentioned is just plain awesome and very useful. Your crafts will look greater with these oil-based markers!
Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers
Next on our list of best markers is the Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers. As the name implies, these markers are double-ended. This means that each marker has two tips, one on each end. The design of this marker allows convenience and ease of use. Imagine yourself being immersed in your art. You are coloring your art book. Or maybe you are designing an outfit for your next project. You don’t want to lose your train of thought. Instead of reaching for another marker, you just have to switch the same marker on its other end.
These markers have a fine and brush tip. You can choose from a set of 12 and a set of 24. The most that you can get in a single pack is a set of 200. You can also get the ones with a carrying case. If you will do some coloring and writing, you can choose the fine tip. For drawing, you can use the brush tip. I really love this markers because they are really so convenient. You don’t have to reach out for your other markers. Prismacolor guarantees quality of each of the markers. Some of the colors included in the package are yellow, red, violet, ultramarine, green and black.
Crayola Pip-Squeaks Skinnies Markers
Another known brand on the list is this marker from Crayola. I can still remember from childhood that the only available crayons where from this brand. I have always been loyal to this brand for crayons. But how about permanent markers? Will these work like most of the markers on this list?
Crayola Pip-Squeaks Skinnies Washable Markers are definitely small. Surprisingly, they are comfortable to the hand and very easy to use. The Crayola Skinnies are designed to have a slim barrel shape. The colors are awesome for creating art tools. According to the company, these skinnies are made for children ages 4 to 15 years old. But as an adult, I still want to use these markers! And you are getting a lot in one pack. You can choose one with the 64 markers included in one pack that you can use to add color to your art books and drawings. Another iconic feature of this marker is its box. You have a flip-top box that you can use to carry your markers to the nearest coffee shop, office or mall.
Expo Vis-A-Vis Overhead Markers
Another specialty marker that have reached our list of best markers is the Expo Vis-A-Vis Wet-Erase Overhead Transparency Markers. These markers are made particularly for writing and drawing on acetates of overhead projectors, transparencies, and other laminated materials. Because of the special purpose of the product, the ink of the marker can resist intense lamp heat. When seen on the projector, the drawings on the plastics are clear and bright. Once you are finished with your presentation, you can easily erase the markings with a wet cloth or wet wipes.
I have seen university professors use these marker. They are definitely great for presentations because the ink is very readable. These markers can also be used for other plastics like laminated cards and boards. Since it is fade-resistant, you can retain the drawings and writings on these plastics. You can just erase all the markings with a wet cloth if you want to erase the marks. You can choose from a variety of colors- black, blue, green, red, yellow, orange and brown.
Ohuhu 40 Colors Dual Tips Art Sketch Twin Marker Pens
The last on our list of best markers available in the market is the Ohuhu Dual Tips Art Sketch Twin Marker Pens. This marker has a unique design. It has dual tips for different uses. One tip has a chisel point, which can be use to write different strokes as needed. The thickness can be controlled by changing the angle of the stroke. On the other side of the tip is a fine point, which is generally used for making thin lines for drawings and coloring. If you want a more precise drawing, you can choose to use this tip.
Each pack has a choice of 40 marker colors. Aside from drawing, you can use these markers as highlighters for books, journals and other documents. A great addition to this marker is the package with is a flip-top box that easily handles all of the markers. Since the markers have caps that are color-coded, you can choose your colors comfortably even if it is on the bag included in the package.
We have been using markers for a long time. These markers have been used as highlighters in books, notebooks, newspapers, journals, manuals and other written and published materials. We want to use different colors so that we can readily differentiate what items belong to a certain category. More often than not, we highlight because the items we mark are important. Using different colors will allow us to instantly browse the materials and read the words to remember. So, it’s very important for markers to have different available colors at your disposal. A colored marker is now a necessity.
You would also want to choose a marker that is long lasting. You want the colors of each marker to be bright and recognizable. You also want to choose a marker that is easy to hold and comfortable to use for long hours of studying.
Markers also have evolved into a primary tool for coloring books. That is why, you need a marker that have different types of point, from ultra fine, fine, to medium and chisel tips. These tips allow you to have complete control over the coloring of your material. You would choose fine tips for detailed drawings. You can choose the chisel tip for broad strokes and large drawings.
All-in-all, the brands mentioned above are all high quality brands. You can never go wrong with these markers. It will really depend upon the primary use of the markers and the surface that you will use them. You may be using a marker for paper, metal, stone, wood or acetates, transparencies and overhead projectors. Get the marker that will serve according to your needs.