Our neon bright highlight marker pens allow your customers to cut through the noise and get to the critical bits.
In today’s world of too much information, highlighters are more valuable than ever at underscoring the important. Your logo in white on this stylish, timeless tool reminds your customers you can help them cut to the chase.
- Hand out at trade shows and conventions. These sleek, neon highlighter pens are about the same size as a pen, not bulky like some highlighters. They are easy to clip to a binder, book, or pocket.
- A great giveaway for clients if you’re in a paperwork-heavy industry like finance, accounting, or real estate.
- Get seminar participants and new students engaged with multiple colors. Some like to use different colors for different data, e.g., yellow for people, pink for places, etc.
- Tour guides and travel agents: These neon colored bright highlight marker pens will come in handy for highlighting itineraries, landmarks, and routes. Your clients will appreciate having one or two as mementos of their travel time.
When were highlight markers invented?
The first highlighter was invented by Dr. Frank Honn in 1963. In his job as VP of Technology at a major ink company, Dr. Honn tested many combinations of colors and chemicals. One day he ran a yellow, water-based marker over black type on a page and was amazed at how the colors jumped off the page. Customers wanted the highlighters immediately. Later, other colors, such as pink, blue, and orange, were added.
What’s inside the highlighter?
The Plastic Highlighter with Solid Smooth Barrel and Cap contains transparent fluorescent liquid ink and functions similarly to a felt-tip pen or marker.
What kind of a tip does this highlighter have?
These custom neon highlighter pens have a chisel tip, which means you can make thin or thick lines. Using the full chisel edge you can cover an entire line of text. You can use just the point of the tip to underline only, or write notes.