BIC Writing Instruments Review
I’ve always loved BIC Pens, and as a Shoplet Blogger I had the opportunity to review some product from BIC. I was sent five different products to review and share my thought with my readers. I don’t think I have to really try hard to share the good news about these products because most of you are probably already used to purchasing and using these pens. I’ve been using BIC Pens since I was a child in Trinidad. The pens have evolved and the product line has expanded but at the heart of it all is a great company with high quality products that I can trust.
The BIC Mark It Permanent Markers are the perfect tool for your projects at home, school, in the office and more. They have a fine tip that makes it easy to write without leaving wide lines. The ink dries quickly so the chances of smudging is very low depending on the surface. The Bic Markers has a rubber grip to make it easy to hold the marker when in use. This package has five makers, two black, one blue, red and green. These basic colors are perfect for any labeling task you have and the markers last very long. I’ve had packs of these that lasted for several months. They are great products and if you are in the market for permanent markers then give these a try.
The Stylus 2in1 pen is great for business people or tech people. You can use the stylus on your electronic devices and the pen to take notes on paper. It’s the perfect writing instrument for anyone using multiple screens or if you’re like my husband who’s fingers make it difficult to use your smaller screens. I received two pens. One black and one pink, both pens write in black ink. The pink pen is a part of the initiative with Susan G. Komen to support Breast Cancer Awareness.
The Intensity Permanent Pen has a fine felt tip and write something like a marker. The ink will not smear when dried and it also doesn’t bleed through your regular paper. It writes very smoothly and it’s great for people who like writing with these kinds of pens. These were in a box of twelve and in black ink. The tip is .5 so it’s quite fine. It’s a great pen overall.
The BIC Atlantis Retractable Pens are so fun and cute. My daughter loves them because they write in pink. She loves being able to write in pink ink. These pens also support Susan G. Komen and are great for women and girls. It’s a ball point pen so you don’t have to worry about it bleeding through your paper and it writes very smooth. Mines worked right out the package. My daughter had to scratch hers like twice but one it started to write it worked perfect. There are four pens in the package and if you like writing in color you will love the bright pink ink from this pen. It’s adorable.
The Velocity Roller Ball Gel Pen was my favorite in this shipment. I love gel pens because they write so beautifully. Make sure you allow the ink to dry or it may smear. It doesn’t take long to dry however. This pen also has a medium point but my writing was small I couldn’t tell at first that it was a medium point. It writes smoothly and mines worked great out of the box. This one is black ink but I am sure they also offer them in other ink colors. There were 12 pens in the box. These would make great pens for kids in school learning to work with a wet ink at about middle school age, definitely high school. Great for college students, and adults. There’s also a grip on this pen to help with writing. It’s a great pen and I love using it.