I applaude the idea of this gel highlighter, but Sharpie should have made
improvements before its release, as bad reviews will sink this potentially
The "ink" is like a smooth writing gel crayon. It twists up like Chapstick and
the "tip" is a broad oval surface (what a Chapstick tube would look like it it
got run over by a car; no longer round). The strokes are wide to very wide, but
you can angle the pen to make narrower strokes. The gel is a very nice
florescent orange color.
The problem is that the gel is not flawless and the inherent nature of the gel
causes occasional "crumbles" to be left on the drawn line and the line is not
consistently full coverage like a regular highlight marker impression.
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