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12-Count BIC Marking Fine Point Permanent Markers (Black) EXPIRED

Luxebell 46 155 September 29, 2016 at 01:57 AM in Pencils, Pens & Markers (6) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 09-29-2016 by Randy71 at 12:08 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 12-Count BIC Marking Fine Point Permanent Markers (Black) on sale for $3.94. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks Luxebell

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Edited September 29, 2016 at 11:40 AM by wuzzy
shake headI checked in camelcamelcamel. The regular price is about $7. Now amazon drops to $3.94.
I think it is worth to buy at this price.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000AQO8V

Durable permanent marker, long-lasting color
Won't Dry Out when cap is left off for 2 weeks
Low odor, vivid ink
Acid-Free ink (no added acid; no measurable pH) ACMI approved non toxic
Comfortable rubber grip
Marks on just about everything including: glass, metal, plastic, photos, foils, coated paper, oily and damp surfaces
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#3
Good price, thanks for sharing. In for one and rep'd. I love the ultra-fine version, they write on anything, last forever, and don't dry out. Based on my experience with them, I'll give these a try.

If you're ordering, it is worth noting that these have a marker-style tip that's about the same as a normal Sharpie. These are not the ultra-fine pen like version.
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Thanks. Seem like a good deal and I can always use these around the house for various things.
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Never used BiC permanent markers. How do they compare to Sharpie?
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hmm, i dont see prime shipping. its free shipping from UK from two sellers with zero feedback, looks like a new vendor.

the markers are very good and are made in USA Smilie
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great. I really do like box and I also use permanent memes a lot. the top is an easy way to write on cds and stuff. I wonder if it is laundry proof
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Quote from michaeljillian824 View Post :
great. I really do like box and I also use permanent memes a lot. the top is an easy way to write on cds and stuff. I wonder if it is laundry proof
I think autocorrect slightly jacked up your post.
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Permanent memes are forever
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I still have 4 boxes of similar deal, 2-3 years ago
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Seeing as an add on item and only 5 left in stock
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amazon is playing add on game.
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Never used BiC permanent markers. How do they compare to Sharpie?
Most of my experience is with the ultra-fine tips, but I've used Sharpies and Bics quite a bit and like the Bic ones better. Sharpies dry out pretty quickly if you leave the cap off for more than a minute and they run out of ink fairly quickly as well. The Bic's last much longer and write reliably on more surfaces. The only advantage I've found with Sharpies is that the ink seems a bit more fade resistant. Some of the things I've labeled with the Bic's have faded after a year.
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I think autocorrect slightly jacked up your post.
lol yes it did.
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Most of my experience is with the ultra-fine tips, but I've used Sharpies and Bics quite a bit and like the Bic ones better. Sharpies dry out pretty quickly if you leave the cap off for more than a minute and they run out of ink fairly quickly as well. The Bic's last much longer and write reliably on more surfaces. The only advantage I've found with Sharpies is that the ink seems a bit more fade resistant. Some of the things I've labeled with the Bic's have faded after a year.
Exactly. Reminds me of those 'washable' Crayola markers. They should change the label to 'Long Term Slowly Disappearing (yet Washable!) Markers'.

What's worse is that many children's 'masterpieces' have faded into extremely light/nearly blank pieces of paper after a few years, in some cases.
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