What are crayola super tips marker set features?
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- 100 crayola markers: one 100ct pack of crayola super tips markers in assorted colors.
- Thick & thin lines: supertips markers can make thick or thin lines for a variety of coloring techniques.
- Crayola colors: this bulk marker set features 100 different colors to make sure you always have the shade you need.
- Washable markers: crayola washable markers are specially formulated to wash from the skin as well as most fabrics used in children’s clothing.
- Art supplies for kids: crayola washable markers are perfect for kids or adults to use in coloring books, make original works of art, or to practice hand lettering.
- Safe & nontoxic: non-toxic markers make a great gift set for young artists ages 3 and up.
Crayola super tips marker set details:
3.38 x 5.75 x 7.09 inches
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3 years and up
Is discontinued by manufacturer
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Do these have 100 different colors or do the colors repete?
Are they authentic?
Why is the name of the color not on each marker?
The back of the box in these photos show only 50 colors, but 2 of each. People say no repeat colors, but the box says there are. Need true answers?
Do these markers bleed through? And if they do, how much?
Es confiable comprar aqui?
Is black included in these colors?
How do you store your markers for neatness and longevity? Horizontal vs vertical?
Buenas realizan envíos a ecuador y cual seria el costo del envío?
Do you have any idea of how much is the weight of this box?
the weight of this product is:
2 pounds 1.4 oz
Are these good to use on wood? Would like to use for wood ornaments.
Could you use the super tips for a chipboard craft?
Will these work on yupo paper?
How are these different than the ultra clean crayola markers? Both equally washable? Marker tip size on paper different?
Where are these manufactured?
Are there 100 different colors on it?
Do these come with the scented markers?
Could you use the super tips with the air brush
When is it going back in stock?
Will these be ok on a dry erase board?
What are our customers saying?
I bought these for bullet journaling so i had access to more colors to add as accents for the brush pens i already own. I know some people try to use them as brunsh pen substitutes in themselves, but i don’t recommend it with how quick the tip wears down.
•they are so cheap. So. Cheap. They could be absolute garbage and only work for a day but honestly i would still recommend them for how cheap they are
•huge color variety! I did go to college for painting so i (not to toot my own horn) have a good eye for distinguishing color other folks might not. I appreciate having some colors that are close but one is warmer while the other is cooler, which does happen a bit.
•the tips are, in fact, super! Very pointy to start out and the broad side is the perfect width perfect for highlighting. It is slightly thinner than the average 6cm dot grid found in most bullet journals
•the back end of the marker is marked with the cap color, too, so you can’t get the colors mixed up by putting the wrong cap on a marker
•surprisingly smudge resistant! Not smudge proof, but they don’t smudge under other markers and they don’t smudge pens more than expected (looking at you, stabilo boss) under them. They dry fast, so you also won’t smudge them running your hand over them for the most part
•they start out feeling very juicy, but not in a way that pools on the paper. You can get some good depth and variation in color in one stroke by varying pressure and speed.
•theyre buildable! Not blendable, but they dry quickly so can create 3 or so different shades without a problem on the paper (rhodia 80gsm) i’ve been using
cons (which i will again emphasize are sort of less relevant because these were $15 at my time of purchase and would have to be worse than garbage for me to not recommend):
•the biggest one for me, honestly, is that i can’t organize them in the box!! This might not bother other folks and some of you may have marker stands, but i don’t and this bothers the hell out of me! They’re kept in the box by four smaller boxes which fit two rows of 13/12 markers, which means there’s tons of room for the markers to wiggle everywhere as you’re taking them out and putting them back in. This matters especially because…
•they are only visually marked by color, not with any number or label. I tried using a permanent pilot twin marker to label them after i put them in rainbow order, but they are slick and it rubbed off immediately
•they wear down in time. I set aside a handful of markers each month as one months color palette for my bullet journal, and after one month, the colors i heavily relied on have lost their tip and don’t have much ‘endurance’ meaning i can write and draw with them, but it doesn’t take much until they get less ink and i have to set them aside and wait a minute. None have completely dried out on me in the couple of months i’ve had them, though
•there are no true pastels! Good on crayola for making nice and saturated markers, but there isn’t anything that serves as a gentle highlight i can use
•there are, of course, still some gaps in the colors.
•the caps are hard to post on the ends sometimes. None have cracked so far, but it doesn’t seem out of the realm of possibility
•not good to use with a water brush. They’re surprisingly water resistant (which is generally a good thing!) so if you’re looking for blendable markers you can carry with you for travel water color painting, they are not it
•they will wear down so fast if you try to apply pressure and use them like a brush pen. Which is fine if that’s what you’re using them for! They still last enough to be worth it in my eyes. But after 3 or 4 uses you will find your upstrokes get thick and the bottom of your downstrokes don’t have that nice deeper color.
•it is hard to get a smooth color if you’re actually coloring with them. This is a general complaint of most water based markers, though. They’re really not mush worse than my expensive tombows in that.
Again, though, my gripes are incredible overshadowed by how cheap they are. I gave them five starts not because they’re perfect, but because they are so cheap they do not have to be.
Best markers for children going to school. So much control with fine tip markers.
Best price for this set i could find. Quick delivery.
My son loves all the colors
My granddaughter loves it
My daughter loves these!!!!
These are great! Love them! Definitely recommend!!
I have ptsd i color to manage my stress.
These are the best markers you can draw a thin or thick line
Great product for the price!!!
These pens have no chemical smell !!! Fabulous relief there.. I love the 100 count, the colors are fantastically rich and diverse; i didn’t detect any duplicates… And the colors exactly match the lid color in each case. All these things were missing when i’ve tried other brands so i was overjoyed at receiving these…
Now my only wonder if how long they’ll last before drying out. Even so, the price was great for 100 pens so i don’t mind having to buy more occasionally. Thank you.
These get the job done. They tend to be streaky and the tips deform easily
Bought for grand kids. Lots of variety in colors but don’t last as long as they should
Many coloring markers cost a ton of money ! I have bought some really expensive ones and some less expensive ones, these will fill all the voids and not break the bank.
I liked the colors
and they write smooth.
I use these for drawing on skin… They have every vibrant color you could want in the rainbow. They wash off easily in the shower. They were affordable and did what i wanted, which was give me easily washable markers that feel nice while being drawn on skin.
Mi único problema es que la caja venia abierta y un poco maltratada pero los colores están bien
Nothing unexpected here. You get a broad variety of shades of markers. Washes off easily from my daughter hands and clothes. The box top opens up nicely so it’s reusable and easy to open/close during use.
The markers are fine. None are dried out and the tips are in great shape to allow for changing line thickness easily. As for the selection, there’s a huge amount of blues and greens and some of the colors are so similar to each other it’s basically like having duplicates. Also, what i assume are supposed to be metallic-like markers (a silver and a gold with glittery caps) look no different from the normal ones. I’ll probably be looking into supplementary packs for more color variety.
Not worth getting a 100 markers if you want different colors. For example the blues, if there are 10 blues there are only about 5 different colors. The other blues are so similar you can barely tell a difference. They are crayola so there’s no other problems. Just get a smaller box.
Great set of markers
wonderful for adult coloring books. They completely wash off my hands.
I only wish the names of the colors were on every marker. Part of the fun for me with crayola is learning the names of colors. I was fairly disappointed.
Not suitable for children under 36 months