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Zebra Knock Highlighter Pen - Green

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Zebra Knock Highlighter Pen - Green - ZEBRA WKS10-G
  • Zebra Knock Highlighter Pen - Green - ZEBRA WKS10-G
  • Zebra Knock Highlighter Pen - Green - ZEBRA WKS10-G
  • Zebra Knock Highlighter Pen - Green - ZEBRA WKS10-G
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The Zebra Knock Highlighter pen makes it easy to note important sections on your text. Simply press the top knock button to extend the chiseled highlighter tip with one hand. There are no caps to fumble around with! The internal cap mechanism ensures that it won't dry out, and the highlighter body even has a convenient plastic clip to attach to your pockets. Several different ink colors available.

Highlighter dimensions: Approximately 5.5 inches (14 cm) long and 0.5 inches (13 mm) in diameter.


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Specs
Model NumberZEBRA WKS10-G
Shipping Weight0.50 oz
Body Color White
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 13 mm
Diameter - Max 1.3 cm
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Characteristics Fluorescent
Length - Capped 14.1 cm
Length - Posted 14.1 cm
Length - Uncapped 14.1 cm
Mechanism Retractable
Pre-Installed Ink Color Green
Tip Length 6 mm
Tip Material Felt
Tip Type Chisel

Reviews
1 person found this helpful
  Pretty nice highlighter... ..., September 18, 2012
By bluubert - See all my reviews
Pretty nice highlighter...

I'm really not a fan of capped anything, so I buy the capless (knock) when I can. This highlighter isn't as bright as something like the Stanford Accent , But still a nice color. Unlike the Accent, it doesn't smear, so that is a plus. Looks very nice (as a nice as a highlighter can look), a clean translucent white with the color clip and push mechanism. Speaking of.. the push mechanism feels a teeny bit too long, as you have to push it a full inch to open the pen.. it just feels awkward.

The highlighter also has a very hard tip, so if you are careful, you can get very nice wide lines. And write something fairly thin if you need to make a note (no need for a dual tip or separate pen). But if you ever just want to use this as a marker for a bored doodle, it will squeak. Even though ink flow is fine, it sometimes gives off that dry tip feel when it glides across the paper.

Overall... I like this highlighter and will use it as my #1, but when it comes time to get another, I may explore other options.
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