QRT50011M

Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack

Bullet Point Style - Red, Green, Black, Blue Ink - 4 Pack

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Patented, three-chamber, liquid ink, EnduraGlide dry-erase marker always delivers strong, bold color
Nontoxic, low-odor ink is safe and easy to use
Bullet tip is the all-purpose writing tool for large or small boards
See-through ink gauge shows exactly how much ink is left
Ideal for use on whiteboards and nonporous surfaces
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SKU
QRT50011M
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
50011M
Brand Name
Quartet
Packaged Quantity
4 / Set
Product Type
Dry Erase Marker
Point Style
Bullet
Ink Color
Black, Blue, Green, Red
Features
Quick-drying Ink
Recycled
No

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Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack
 
4.6

(based on 16 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (12)

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    (1)

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    (3)

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94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

University setting. Best dry erase markers available

For several years the custodial department of our university has researched the best dry erase marker for the classroom setting that pleases the faculty, the custodians, and hopefully the budget. That said, Quartet...Read complete review

For several years the custodial department of our university has researched the best dry erase marker for the classroom setting that pleases the faculty, the custodians, and hopefully the budget. That said, Quartet brand markers are the best. 1. They erase cleanly through out the day. Faculty can easily erase with out a "ghosting" shadow of the previous writing. 2. Color dry erase markers clean easily once each day on whiteboard painted walls. Other less expensive color dry erase markers had to be erased immediately after use. Otherwise nightly custodial cleaning could not remove the color residue "ghosting" even with whiteboard chemical cleaner. 3. Quartet dry erase markers make a full strike mark and have good ink density. Other markers we tried would not make a full ink mark. It looked like only half the tip was making contact with the board. Or the tip was 'dry' from lying horizontal on the tray, needing to be held vertical for a moment to saturate the tip with ink.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Something wrong with the box I bought

Normally I recommend these markers highly, as I've used them in the past in the USA. I like them so much, that I ordered a box shipped to me here in Asia (where...Read complete review

Normally I recommend these markers highly, as I've used them in the past in the USA. I like them so much, that I ordered a box shipped to me here in Asia (where I've relocated), but two markers were dry right out of the box and a third has gone dry after only a couple months of use. Meanwhile, I still have one marker that I brought with me from the States over a year ago that is still going strong. I am hoping that I was unlucky and just got a bad box. I still recommend the product, although I'm not sure if I'll buy again considering the cost of international shipping.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

University setting. Best dry erase markers available

By Custodial22

from little town in WA

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

For several years the custodial department of our university has researched the best dry erase marker for the classroom setting that pleases the faculty, the custodians, and hopefully the budget. That said, Quartet brand markers are the best. 1. They erase cleanly through out the day. Faculty can easily erase with out a "ghosting" shadow of the previous writing. 2. Color dry erase markers clean easily once each day on whiteboard painted walls. Other less expensive color dry erase markers had to be erased immediately after use. Otherwise nightly custodial cleaning could not remove the color residue "ghosting" even with whiteboard chemical cleaner. 3. Quartet dry erase markers make a full strike mark and have good ink density. Other markers we tried would not make a full ink mark. It looked like only half the tip was making contact with the board. Or the tip was 'dry' from lying horizontal on the tray, needing to be held vertical for a moment to saturate the tip with ink.

(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Smooth Operator

By JessinCali

from Norcal

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

There's nothing I detest more than a dry erase marker that loses its ink flow at inopportune times. These markers are fresh. Vibrant. Long lasting. Everything I could ask for in a dry erase marker.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Long Lasting, Works Good

By Huffy

from Illinois

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

I've used these markers at work and at church. They write well and are very bold. They also last a really long time. I like that you can see how much ink is left. They also work well to take off really old dry erase writing that's stuck on. All you have to do is write over it with one of these and then erase. The new and old markings will be gone.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Why won't they write boldly?

By Phillip

from Arkansas, USA

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

I constantly have issues with these markers writing too lightly, even when they are brand new. I try to do what is suggested on your site and other sites to increase the effectiveness of the markers, but nothing seems to work. About one in five of these markers works well out of the box and I don't know what else to do to get the nice, even, dark colors that I once got from the more toxic dry-erase markers that once were prevalent.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

12 Packs Are Good!

By Alicia

from Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

I like the variety of colors, the chisel tip, and the bold and bright colors on the board. This is a great set.

 
5.0

Great Assortment

By Alicia

from Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

Great assortment of colors - and they are strong and bold colors! Good savings by buying a 12 pack.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

pen

By castle3089

from Tomahawk, KY 41262, USA

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

I bought a black dry erase board and it came with this blue neon pen. Its a good pin but I feel like it needs to be brighter when written on the board. But overall I love the product just one think that needs worked on.

 
5.0

bold crisp color

By MDM3

from Illinois, USA

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

Bold color that erases cleanly. The black is strong and consistent.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Markers

By Alicia

from Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

Very nice - lots of writing, low odor. I like the strong, bold colors.

 
5.0

Bargain If Quality Is Important

By CasualConsumer

from Fairport, NY

Comments about Quartet EnduraGlide Dry Erase Marker - 4 Pack:

I teach a class where having a color contrast on the dry erase board helps to differentiate the material. I bought these on a whim but have been very consistant in delivering a great color and not drying out quickly. The colors are very sharp and the clean up is a snap. if you write on the white board, these are quality for a reasonable price. Great product. color, consistant delivery and comfortable grip.

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