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Crayola® Broad Line Marker Classpack®
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Crayola® Broad Line Marker Classpack®

Item # 527664
Bold assortment of color markers for everyday classroom and art use
  • Versatile conical tip allows bold, medium or fine-line drawing.
  • Includes additional marker caps to prevent the markers from drying out.
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Bold assortment of color markers for everyday classroom and art use
  • Versatile conical tip allows bold, medium or fine-line drawing. 
  • Includes additional marker caps to prevent the markers from drying out. 
  • Conveniently packaged in a reusable storage case.  Pack includes 16 each of the following colors: red, orange, tiger orange, yellow, green, iguana green, turquoise, blue, violet, royal purple, raspberry, flamingo pink, brown, sandy tan, black and dolphin gray.
  • Certified AP nontoxic by the Art and Craft Materials Institute. 

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Item # 527664 
Manufacturer # 58-8201  
ink color Assorted
point type broad
quantity 256
odorless no
brand name Crayola
manufacturer Crayola
Ecolabel Certified AP Nontoxic

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Crayola� Broad Line Marker Classpack� 3 5 2 2
classpack markers Arrive in perfect shape! Are described perfectly! Colors are Fun and Bright! The Kids love them! September 8, 2013
Not As Pictured! This site- and all online retailers selling the Class Packs- picture the classic white-barreled markers we love. But when you try to order these now, you will instead receive the new style with the AWFUL recycled-plastic barrels...they are ALL BLACK, with no color coding on the barrels. So, once the caps are off, all 256 markers look alike. Students who can't yet read will not be able to replace the correct cap back on its marker. Then, once the caps and markers are all mixed, a child will reach for what appears to be a "red" marker, only to draw on his project with blue ink or some wrong color...and tears ensue. Very poor packaging design ruins an otherwise good product. "Eco" is only good when the product still meets the consumers needs...these do NOT. March 19, 2013
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