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#21 hbquikcomjamesl

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Posted 02 September 2019 - 17:38

. . . And I don't like yellow highlighter ink . . .

I don't have a problem with yellow highlighter ink, so long as it's not fluorescent yellow.

Which is to say (and I've said it before), I despise fluorescent highlighter ink (especially yellow), because it eats blue fountain pen ink. When I worked for an ice rink, I bought the rink some non-fluorescent highlighters, at my own expense, on the condition that I could then confiscate the fluorescent ones, because even after the highlighted rows on a patch/freestyle/public session admission card had been dry for weeks, if they were done with a fluorescent highlighter, any sessions I marked off with blue fountain pen ink would start fading almost instantly.


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Posted 03 September 2019 - 22:55

Don't see yellow in there. 

 

In person it is yellow, not brown or orange.


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#23 Misfit

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Posted 04 September 2019 - 09:15

Check out the line of pens called customizable multi-pens. I have Uni Style Fit with a golden yellow. Check out Jet Pens or Tokyo Pen Shop which is in Iowa. Happy customer only, no affiliation.
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Posted 05 September 2019 - 23:48

I got to thinking the Uni Style Fit refills might be gel pen type.

Bic has a 4-color pen called Sun because the body is yellow. It has a yellow and orange ballpoint in it, and the ink is oil based. The trouble is finding this pen. Cult Pens has it.

I have found some with other colors at Barnes and Noble, but not the one with yellow. However my local B&N is not the biggest of their stores.
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Posted 06 September 2019 - 05:30

I got to thinking the Uni Style Fit refills might be gel pen type.

Bic has a 4-color pen called Sun because the body is yellow. It has a yellow and orange ballpoint in it, and the ink is oil based. The trouble is finding this pen. Cult Pens has it.

I have found some with other colors at Barnes and Noble, but not the one with yellow. However my local B&N is not the biggest of their stores.

I know about the Bic one. I didn't find it on amazon India. 







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