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Zebra Mildliner Double Ended Highlighter, Complete Set of 25

Item #: 78125
$47.24
Featuring softly colored ink and a minimal, clean design, the Zebra Mildliner will become your go-to in getting organized on paper. With an angled chisel tip on one side and a fine bullet tip on the other, these special double-ended highlighters work perfectly for journals, planners, notetaking and hand lettering.

This set includes one each of all 25 Mildliner colors.

Featuring softly colored ink and a minimal, clean design, the Zebra Mildliner will become your go-to in getting organized on paper. With an angled chisel tip on one side and a fine bullet tip on the other, these special double-ended highlighters work perfectly for journals, planners, notetaking and ...

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Featuring softly colored ink and a minimal, clean design, the Zebra Mildliner will become your go-to in getting organized on paper. With an angled chisel tip on one side and a fine bullet tip on the other, these special double-ended highlighters work perfectly for journals, planners, notetaking and hand lettering.

This set includes one each of all 25 Mildliner colors.
 

Tip Style Chisel (Slant)
Ink Type Pigment
Surface Paper
Skill Level Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Zebra Mildliner Double Ended Highlighter, Complete Set of 25
Zebra Mildliner Double Ended Highlighter, Complete Set of 25
Zebra Mildliner Double Ended Highlighter, Complete Set of 25
 

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Customer Reviews

1 Review
  • Love These Markers 5

    Posted by Tumble on Nov 28th 2022

    I’ve put off buying these markers for years because of their hefty price tag and the fact that they they seem to be marketed more as a study tool than an art supply. But their aesthetic was really pleasing to me and something I found I kept coming back to. So finally I just purchased the whole pack of colors and have had little to no regrets about it since. They’re one of my favorite brush markers, and I have a lot of the big name ones everyone recommends. Their tips are long and sturdy, with a reliable bounce back for both thick and thin strokes (I use them for hand lettering). They also don’t seem to fray easily, even though they are thinner and longer than most bush tips their size. The colors are all also very similarly tinted and make for a soothing and relaxing writing experience, and I love that they match perfectly to their chisel-tip versions. On a more superficial level, they’re also just visually stylish and fun to hold. I don’t use the bullet tip much, but it works great for thin lines—though it won’t get as fine of a line as some other markers if you’re really looking for something small. The few downsides to these pens are that they do only come in pastels, as they are designed to be a highlighter and relatively translucent. I find myself missing the darker deeper colors, especially since these markers are such a desirable quality. They also have a small plastic cylindrical barrel inside the tip of the brush cap: this can be very dangerous when capping the marker, especially quickly, because you have to make sure you get the brush tip inside it before you actually press on the cap or you’ll damage the perfect brush tip. All in all, these markers are expensive, but an extremely enjoyable writing tool. Zebra is a great brand, too, so I’m hopeful they’ll last a while.

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