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I ordered all five colours...
, January 31, 2012
I ordered all five colours of these highlighters and I'm rather impressed.
They look really sleek and cool and the lighter tones of colour are really
I don't use highlighters often simply because the fluro colours irritate me but
these are really nice.
They bring out the certain parts/text you want but they're too over powering.
Over all, very satisfied with the products :) I recommend you buy them if you
also don't like
covering your notes with over-bearing fluro colours :)
| Just the right shade...
, August 16, 2012
Just the right shade of golden yellow; not too bright nor dull at all. Would
gladly repurchase this highlighter. I'm planning on getting the five color set
to try them all out!
| I gave this pen to my...
, October 26, 2011
I gave this pen to my sister, and she love it!
she is always reading documents for the university, the tone is a little light,
so if you like some more "remarkable on color" this is not your pen.
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The Uni-ball Propus Window...
This review is from Uni-ball Propus Window Soft Color Double-Sided Highlighter Pen - 4.0 mm / 0.6 mm Twin Tip - 5 Color Set
, 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
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I'm a huge stationary...
This review is from Uni-ball Propus Window Double-Sided Highlighter Pen - 4.0 mm / 0.6 mm Twin Tip - 5 Color Set
, October 18, 2011
I'm a huge stationary nerd, so as soon as I saw these highlighters on JetPens, I
had to have them. The hook was their nifty window so you don't over-highlight.
I'm a chronic over-highlighter-- As in, I'll go well into the next sentence if I
don't think about it and stop myself-- so these seemed *amazing*. Honestly,
though, the windows aren't the best feature.
The Propus Highlighters are double-sided. That means that one side is a regular
(windowed) highlighter and the other side is a thin marker tip that uses the
same highlighter ink. "What would I need that for," you ask? Don't worry: I
thought the same thing. When I started using the Propus, though, I realized it
was changing the way I read textbooks. Now, I make a thick highlight over the
key point, word, or phrase with the regular highlighter side. When I get to
important sub-details, I use the thin point to underline, box in, draw arrows,
star, and even write notes. With this new highlighting technique, I feel much
more productive and understand what I'm reading better. These highlighters are
a must for students!