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flair med vs sharpie vs ultra fine flair
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2016
I have been using sharpie felt tip pens throughout high school for notes but the problem with those were that the ink bled through the paper so I couldn't use the back side of the paper. Although the flair pens are not as bold as the sharpies, they don't bleed through. I can still write on the back of the paper. Also when you push down hard from the tip of the sharpie, the ink blobs and spreads. What I like about the flair pens is that even if you push down hard the ink doesn't spread- it stays contained. These are also odorless.
NOTE: I also wanted to try out the ultra fine tip flair pens and got those as well, but those are extremely fine (I guess that's why they are "ultra fine"). The thing that I really like about the flair pens (MD point) is that they have a nice grip and they write smoothly. The only thing that I don't like necessarily like is the scratching sound that comes from it when I write with force- but then the solution to that is...don't write with force!
My advise: if you write small and separated- use a sharpie pen. If you write big/bubbly or normal( computer style) - use a medium tip flair pen. If you write cursive and write lightly - use the flair ultra fine tip pens.