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My Review: Markers with Filofax Paper - Part 3

This post will coordinate with my video here: 


In this video, I reviewed two types of markers onto Filofax paper to test out their bleed through as well as swatch out the colors.

The first markers I talked about were the Staedtler Triplus Fineliners in the Pastel Set. This was given to me as a RAK "Random Act of Kindness" from Katie H. [Thank you!]. This is also available from Amazon here:


 Katie sent me some cute paper clips in purple of course and these cute stickers.


Here is the swatch of the colors on Filofax paper from 2008, which is a very thin paper. 
Still you can't see any bleed through, just some minimal shadowing. 
 The colors are very light. These are the colors swatched in this order:
  • light carmine
  • lavender
  • light orange
  • lime green
  • silver grey
  • delft blue 
The point on these markers are 0.3mm. 
What I love about the Staedtler brand is that they are
 "DRY SAFE: can be left uncapped for days without drying up"
"Ergonomic triangular barrel for effortless, fatigue-free writing"
"Award-winning design and box concept"

The next markers I will show you are the Pilot Frixion Colors  <--- HERE


These markers were tested on the 2013 Filofax white paper. These are better quality paper than those of the previous years. Again, no bleed through, hardly any shadowing either.

These come in a set of 12, 6, or sold individually.
I personally purchased these from Tokyo Lifestyle, in Southern California, and I have seen them at the Burbank Mall, Brea Mall, and Santa Ana Mall.

Both of these markers can also be found at JetPens.com

I hope you have enjoyed this review. Please check out my other marker reviews here:

Markers with Filofax Paper - Part 1
Markers with Filofax Paper - Part 2 with video

Comments

  1. Jennifer - what is the point size on the Frixion markers - 0.7 mm? Thanks! I appreciate all your reviews!

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    1. Hi Tara, unfortunately I cannot find any information in regards to the point size.

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    2. Thanks Jennifer! I'm going to try them out :)

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