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Zebra Stainless Steel Permanent Markers

Zebra Stainless Steel Permanent Markers
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Zebra’s bullet-tipped permanent markers are a great alternative to Sharpies. Each PM-701 marker has a sleek stainless steel barrel. Its refillable ink cartridges resist drying out and can write after leaving the cap off for up to five days. Available in black, blue, red, and green inks. The black version comes in a 12-pack as well.

Sharpie Ultimate Collection

Sharpie Ultimate Collection
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We had no idea that Sharpie permanent markers came in so many colors. This Ultimate Collection comes with a whopping 115 markers, including a mix of fine, ultra-fine, neo, metallic, twin tip, and chisel tip markers. It’s also available in a 72-pen set.

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Marksmith Black Ti EDC Marker

Marksmith Black Ti EDC Marker

The Marksmith retractable permanent marker now comes in DLC-coated black titanium. It features a satisfying spring-loaded bolt action mechanism and takes a genuine Sharpie permanent ink refill that writes on virtually anything. Comes in matte and satin finishes.

Marksmith Titanium Bolt Action Marker

Marksmith Titanium Bolt Action Marker

The Marksmith Titanium bolt action pen is unique in that it holds a permanent felt-tip marker rather than a ballpoint pen. It opens and closes easily with one hand, and uses a genuine Sharpie-brand retractable, refillable fine-tip marker cartridge. Those come in black, blue, red, yellow highlighter, and a multicolor highlighter pack.

RGB Slider Marker Concept

RGB Slider Marker Concept

Like many illustrators and designers, Berkay Gursoy has quite the collection of Copic markers for coloring his images. But we love his concept design for a single marker that could be adjusted to any color simply by moving its three color sliders. Of course, if you’re being a stickler it should have been a CMYK marker.

Air-Ink

Air-Ink

Graviky Labs developedĀ a device that’s fitted over the exhaust pipes of vehicles and generators to trap and gather soot. The pollution is then scrubbed of toxic materials thenĀ used to make ink for markers and screen printing.

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