ZenZoi stands out in many ways from its competitors, especially in its concern towards the earth and our ecosystem. There’s no product from this brand that’s not made with the well-being of our dear planet in mind. Add this to the fact they are forward-thinking, market-oriented, and customer-centric, and you have the tell-tale signs of a company with a future. This family-owned brand is well-known for its stunning, eye-catching products both of art supplies and office products. Plus, because it’s customer-centric, the customer is put first in everything. The belief over here is that customers are the lifeblood of any business, and the brand doesn’t take that for granted.
The ZenZoi Dry Erase Marker Set consists of totally safe markers that are non-toxic and are therefore usable for kids. And for those who are chemical-sensitive, you will love them, as they are xylene- and toluene-free.
Now to your writing itself! This set comes with an assortment of 13 rich colors that are bold and visible even from a distance. So, whether it’s a board room presentation or a lecture in a large hall, everyone will read your writing clearly and with ease. No matter the level of detailing you need done or the thickness you need, the ZenZoi Dry Erase Marker Set, with its chisel tips, delivers on that for you, so you need not worry.
ZenZoi graciously adds an elegant tube holder to allow you to hold your markers in style. And that’s not all! You also get a free e-book on the science of colors with every purchase of this marker pen set!
Expo has taken it upon itself to supply you with everything you need to make sure you integrate all your important info in one flexible and organized space. A leading manufacturer of whiteboard and dry erase board accessories, it produces products ranging from dry erase markers, wet erase markers, white board cleaners, and erasers, with contemporary designs and colors, and other features. These high-quality products have found wide and extensive use in various offices, homes, and classrooms.
If people are going to understand you, then you need to pass your message across as clearly and as legibly as possible, especially when you’re writing. This is what the Expo Low-Odor Dry Erase Markers help you achieve. They come with an assortment of bold colors that give you a clear writing that’s visible from far distances. The markers also dry pretty quickly, and with nothing more than a dry cloth, you can easily wipe all handwritings off the board. No stress.
Also, did we mention that they can be used on glass? They can! There’s enough drag to keep them from wiggling on glass surfaces. You can choose to go for the 16 count pack sizes or choose between the 9 packaging options available. And yes, these markers are also available in chisel style or bullet style.
It’s impossible for you to be a legitimate inhabitant of planet earth and not know the world-famous BIC. This brand is more popular than many presidents, and is a world leader in the various industries where it has built business. For more than 60 years, BIC has stayed true to its mission and that is to provide products that are simple, innovative, dependable, and of a high quality at all times.
The BIC Great Erase Dry Erase Markers come with rubberized grips! That’s really thoughtful if you ask us. They also come with fine points for detailed writing and bold lettering in a relatively small space. To achieve a smooth, uniform writing, the ink is free-flowing. It therefore allows a constant delivery of ink to the tip, meaning that you won’t have to stop mid-writing to shake the marker back to its senses when it suddenly up and stops writing in the middle of a lecture or presentation.
And because it dries so quickly, it’s hardly difficult to wipe off writings with these markers. They wipe easily and without leaving a residue or dust. We can’t forget to mention that these markers come in four pack sizes and two color assortment options.
Quartet offers to equip you with a full array of visual communication products. They range from whiteboards, to bulletin and chalkboards, and even electronic copy boards, which it introduced way back in 1985. This brand is fully sold out to helping the professional succeed by equipping him/her with products that are easy to work with and are of high quality. This enables them to think, create, and communicate their thoughts effortlessly.
A continuous, free flow of ink can make all the difference between smooth writing and a frustrating one, and the Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Markers are the bomb when it comes to that: continuous, free-flowing ink. They are supplied with a patented EnduraGlide liquid ink, ensuring non-stop flow for the time the marker is writing on the surface.
Also, with a super-fine tip, you will be able to wiggle your way around tiny, personal spaces that don’t accept broad lines. You can get really thin and detailed, yet really visible, lines thanks to its really bold colors in its color assortment.
Wiping off is no issue with these markers either, as they dry in a snap; wiping off is as difficult as running a dry cloth over the surface of your board. Nothing beats that, we tell you. You save time, and there won’t be any ghosts after you’re done.
This marker set comes in a set of four basic colors: black (of course), red, blue, and green. And all give remarkably bold writing! You can also get them in 2 different pack sizes, in case you prefer getting more or less markers.
From a shoestring budget to a giant, profitable business, The Board Dudes has come a long way from where it began in 1994. In case you didn’t know, these “dudes” were the very first to introduce a magnetic dry erase board to the market! Aside from its really unique name, this brand boasts other unique qualities which include its knack for introducing fun and innovative products to the market. Its primary product lines include: dry erase boards, cork boards, planner and calendar boards, writing instruments, school and locker products.
The Board Dudes Dry Erase Markers are made with handy, large clips that enable you to keep them almost anywhere, whether on the board or your shirt pocket. And don’t forget that the caps are breezy to take off. For a really detailed work, these markers are tipped with medium-point tips that work well, especially when you have to make a drawing or work with a board that isn’t exactly large enough for large writing.
A set of these markers comes with 9 assorted colors that are bold, bright, and rich. From great distances, they remain visible. And they dry really quickly. As we all know, the faster the marks dry, the easier it is to get them off. So, just to put it out there, they are easy to wipe off; a dry cloth will always do.
We all overlook dry erase markers until we need to make all-important presentations or lectures and half of the people you’re lecturing or presenting to don’t understand a word you’re saying. In other words, you’re speaking gibberish. If only you had a dry erase marker and a white board, friend. If only.
You might wonder what advantage the dry erase marker has, considering all the advantages we’ve had that a drawing tablet and other recent technologies offer us. While that is quite valid, especially for the sophistication, digitalization, and all, you can’t rule out that markers are a million times more flexible, and as long as you get the good ones, won’t bail out on you.
They don’t have to be charged or anything, are practically weightless, and of course, we can’t forget that they are inexpensive. And then there are times when some things just have to be explained by writing or drawing in your own hand and a computer just won’t cut it. A marker, on the other hand, is an inexpensive and always-ready-to-use option.
And kids aren’t left out of this party. Kids love to express themselves in many brilliant ways, and painting ranks almost number one. With dry erase markers, kids can go crazy on the art and even learn to write or spell their names.
You know they could actually review their lessons by teaching them to you with these markers on their own small white board. This way, the lessons stick with them and you get to be a responsible parent that spends time with his/her kids. Thank us for the idea later. *winks*
But even if you know all this about markers and don’t know how to get the right one, you would lose the entire essence of getting a dry erase marker in the first place. So, stick around while we take you around the world of markers so that you can get an absolutely fantastic one that meets your needs.
Like you must have figured by now, dry erase markers aren’t exactly the priciest things you’ll ever come across. Many times, you’ll get a great one for somewhere between $3 and $15. And even the “expensive” ones are those that come in packs. The higher the count, of course the higher the immediate cost will be. Immediate, because when you compare the cost to buying singly, it becomes not-so-expensive anymore in the long run.
Cheap dry erase markers are available for those who love to replace markers every now and then. Also, for those who love pungent marker smells, these kinds of markers exist and abound. But for you who love quality and life, please stay away from those.
Buying a dry erase marker might look like a walk in the park, but there are quite a few features to look out for before labeling any marker as good. Some of them are:
Let’s get into the details already!
First, we will talk about the grip. A lot of people overlook this aspect, but this could make a significant difference between a pleasant writing experience and a really tiring one.
We’ll advise you to go for more slender tubes. Why? Because that way your fingers won’t tire easily.
Fat, bulky tubes require a lot of pressure to grip and because they’re so round, your palms are curved in a position that could get really uncomfortable after an extended period of use.
Moving on, don’t go choosing a marker tip just because it’s fancy; there are different tips for different spaces and work.
Teachers should be most familiar with this fact as they deal with this every school day. You can’t use the same tip to achieve both broad and thin lines at the same time, unless it’s a chisel tip. So, depending on what you need the marker for, there is an appropriate tip for it.
So, while the fine tip would work great for your personal study, a chore roster at home, or the itinerary on the fridge, the fat tip would find itself in large lecture halls and possibly board rooms and conference rooms. For the first time, chubby trumps slim. We sure would love to be a fat tip marker right now.
For the best of both worlds, we have the chisel tips. These help you achieve both thick and thin lines, but the issue is that a lot of people have issues maneuvering these kinds of markers. Which begs the question: why? Because really, chisel tips are quite easy to use.
But we understand though, that different strokes are for different folks. So, if it’s still kinda tough for you to manipulate, you can get different-tipped markers for your different needs. What’s important is that they work.
You’ll also want to check the durability of your tip, aside from the shape. You wouldn’t want something that disintegrates under continued pressure, seeing as you’d be using it for quite a while. So, the tips should be made of high-quality materials.
The color of the markers is the first thing that comes to mind when talking about their performance. Lighter colors, (for instance, pink or yellow or maybe orange) will stand out better on darker boards. If you have a black erase board, then perfecto! Your lighter colors will show up loud and proud. We’re not saying they won’t show on white boards, but we won’t advise them for large audiences.
Now understand this: the faster a marker dries, the easier it is to wipe. If it dries slowly, then get ready for ghosts.
But then with a quick drying comes a small challenge that you should be already familiar with: you could easily wipe it off with your hands if you lean on it. So, when you’re working with your dry erase markers, don’t try to strike a pose for the camera by leaning on the board; you’d wipe all your hard work for a fleeting moment of selfie pleasure. Not the best we tell you.
Especially since kids are particularly fond of colors and won’t mind playing with anything that helps them color in abundance, you have all the reason to compulsorily get a marker that’s non-toxic. Children will color any surface, and that includes their own skin when they take their creativity to “wonderful” levels.
To prevent telling stories that touch the heart with sadness and sorrow, get non-toxic markers. So when they tattoo themselves with markers as part of their art project for mom and dad, they’ll still be safe. With a good bath, they’ll be as good as new and without disease too.
Another thing you must consider is the odor. Gone are the days when we had to make-do with pungent marker odors. Now we have a choice, and you should be fully ready to express that right. Get a low-odor marker, if not for anything else, at least, you can write in peace without suffering a migraine or nausea or general discomfort from all that smell.