I really have it bad at times when it comes to leaving the caps of my markers off. Don’t you just hate that! Especially, when you thought you sealed the cap on your markers until you used them the next time they dried out.
Well that isn’t the case for Zebra’s Permanent Marker PM701 7 Series [Extended Cap Off]. Y’all these markers have extended cap time off up to 5 days! Right, 5 days! So even if you accidentally forgot to close the cap off your marker one day, you don’t have to worry about it not working the next day. I’ve tested these babies out and they work like a charm.
I posted a video review about them on Instagram in my stories a few days ago. If you missed them I’ll share my review about them here so, thank me later! 😉
PM701 Permanent Marker by ZebraPenUSA
KOH-I-NOOR Pen Paper +ink block panel | 5.5 x 8.5 IN * 14 x 21,6 CM | includes 60 sheets
For one, I love the stainless steel body of this marker. I don’t know if it just me but I like writing with or drawing with supplies that are very comfortable for me to grip in hand. So for instance I would prefer a marker over a pencil because I have a secure grip when I write with it. The Zebra PM701 Permanent Marker is heavy-duty and has a fine bullet point tip. Which I also like because when you write with it its very firm and not flimsy at all.
Durable stainless steel with color rings to indicate the color of each permanent marker as shown in the image below.
The PM701 7 Series comes in colors Blue, Black, Green, and Red. I only used the Blue marker during this review.
Days 1-5 or up to 120 hours you can leave the cap off with no worries as confirmed earlier.
I’ve tested out the results for myself to see if they guaranteed what they will do. Using the KOH-I-NOOR Pen paper the permanent markers did not bleed through much at all. There is a folded panel that you can use in this notepad to separate the sheet you are using from the rest of your notepad which protects it from bleeding onto the other sheets.
Day 5 , which I expected I can tell the pen as I placed it on paper was starting to dry out, but the ink cartage which is included in these pens saturated the tip of the point on day 5. I really couldn’t tell much of a difference from the first time that I wrote with it on Day 1.
If you are looking for a permanent durable marker, I approve these are great and safe to use. And they do not have a strong permanent marker like some other markers and again they write very well too.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or comment below your thoughts.
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