Sharpie Pen-style Liquid Ink Highlighters - Micro Marker Point - Chisel Marker Point Style - Fluores
Item Number: SAN1754469
Our Price: $17.32 / DZ (savings $8.96)
Quantity in Stock: 266
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- Pigmented ink presents bold colors, is quick-drying and odorless
- Smooth ink flow offers consistent highlighting
- Visible ink supply
- Chisel tip is ideal for both wide and narrow lines
- Certified AP nontoxic
Sharpie pen-style highlighters offer a versatile loop that ensures you'll never lose your highlighter. Easily attach to three-ring binders, planners, bags and more. Visible ink supply alerts you before you run out of ink. Pigmented, fluorescent ink presents bold colors, and the smooth ink flow offers consistent highlighting. Versatile, chisel tip is ideal for both wide and narrow lines of text. Ink is quick-drying, odorless and certified AP nontoxic.
Manufacturer: Sanford, L.P.
Manufacturer Part Number: 1754469
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.sanford.com
Product Model: 1754469
Product Name: Pen-style Liquid Ink Highlighters
Packaged Quantity: 1 Dozen
Marker Point: Micro
Marker Point Style: Chisel
Ink Color: Fluorescent Purple
Features: Pocket Clip,Non-toxic,Quick-drying Ink,Visible Ink Supply,Odorless,Smear Resistant
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