Marks-A-Lot® Chisel Tip Permanent Marker Set 7902, Black, Pack of 2Product Number: 07902
When you need a marker whose ink will stand the test of time, these Marks-A-Lot® Chisel Tip Permanent Markers deliver. The permanent ink marks virtually any surface and resists rubbing, water and fading to deliver marks that last. The ink is low-odor, nontoxic and certified. The quick-drying formula minimizes accidental contact with damp ink. A chisel tip allows you to vary the width of your strokes for legible notes on small surfaces and broad strokes on high-visibility signs. With these markers, the convenience is as enduring as the ink.
Marks-A-Lot® Chisel Tip Permanent Marker Set 23556, Pack of 20
Write effectively on most surfaces
Avery® Marks-A-Lot® Regular Desk Style Permanent Marker Set 98187, Assorted, Pack of 24
Write effectively on most surfaces Regular Desk Style Permanent Markers, Assorted (20 Black, 4 Red), Chisel Tip, 24/BX, Box
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- Easy To Read Print
- Glides Smoothly
- Ink Dries Quickly
- Long Lasting Ink
This review is from Marks-A-Lot Chisel Tip Desk Style Permanent Markers 4 Pack Black 07903:
My favorite marker. The marker lasts for a very long time.
This review is from Marks-A-Lot Permanent Markers 07888:
I'm a huge fan of these markers! They work really well for me because I ship a lot of things and they're great to write on the boxes or scratch out the previous shipping info.
This review is from Marks-A-Lot Permanent Markers 07885:
We were trying to "paint" plastic bottles for a project, and found that the various types of paint we used peeled once dry. I found an old "marks-a-lot" marker at home and decided to try that. After one application the sample bottle looked great so I figured any permanent marker would do and the next morning started using the ones we regularly use at work. I was so disappointed with the results - after two applications the bottle didn't look nearly as nice as the first sample. I will be using this over the more common brand going forth for actual "permenant" and/or "complete coverage" needs!