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The Uni-ball Propus Window...
, July 4, 2011
The Uni-ball Propus Window is my favorite highlighter out of the whole Jetpens
collection. The window is a neat design feature although it probably is not
something many people would find useful. I do fund myself occasionally glancing
through it to see the end of the sentence or text I am highlighting, I hate when
I go over and begin the next sentence on accident. With or without the window I
would not change my opinion on this product, the color intensity, ink flow,
style of the duel tips, and feel on paper makes it far superior over any other
highlighter I have tried and I have at least one of every highlighter Jetpens
offers and many more. The orange is my favorite but I think every color is great
and I especially like the soft color line. The width of the tip on the window
side is awesome which is why I think the window design is great even if you
never use the window. The ink rarely shows through on any type of paper I have
used and the flow is so good that every stoke is uniform without any heavy spots
at the beginning or end of the stroke. I would recommend this line of
highlighters to anyone who asked my opinion. Hope this helps someone make a good
| My go-to highlighter...
, April 27, 2013
My go-to highlighter for graduate school studies. Love the variety of colors
available. I didn't think much of the window when I ordered it, but it is truly
a luxury when you can see what you are highlighting through the window.
Some highlighters don't last very long, but these withstood every test, study
review, and intense reading session.
I highly recommend these highlighters.
| A very nice dual-ended...
, December 14, 2007
A very nice dual-ended highlighter. The positive sides are: on the paper, the
highlighting color is not terribly vivid, as it may be with some highlighters so
that it even hurts your eyes too look at what you've just highlighted. Nope,
this one is just right.
- The "window" option does not make too much difference, though, BUT you do get
used to it very quickly since it indeed does not cover the text.
- Another positive thing is that the highlighting liquid is distributed evenly,
so when you highlight something on a single sheet of paper, it does not "show
through" when you flip the page. On some other highlighters (purchased at a
large US retailer with the Bullseye logo :P) the liquid is just splashing out
when you are pressing harder than usual, so that I ended up with bright blobs on
the page. In this regard, this Uni-Ball creation is just a little orange