Sharpie Magnum 44 Marker in Black
A fat marker for big impact
We use these markers in our warehouse for marking item numbers on boxes high in our racks so you can see them from the ground. Nice fat chisel tip. Lots of free flowing ink. They wear down fast (due to how much ink they use with each stroke) but they are cheap enough that we can afford a dozen or so of them at once.
April 26, 2013
My favorite GIANT marker!
The Sharpie Magnum is my favorite giant permanent marker. Why you ask? Because of it's ultra large chisel head allows for multiple thicknesses, from as thin as a normal fine point Sharpie to a crazy large 3/4" line!
I use this for marking lumber or anything that needs to be visible from several feet away. And I've been using the same one for a little over two years and it still writes perfectly.
Just like most any other permanent marker the fumes are a little "dizzying" at times.
If you need a large marker, this is the one you want.
June 3, 2010
Wide size marker
The Sharpie Magnum is an especially wide size marker (at least 1/2-inch) and is most useful for marking larger areas or lines. The oversized tip makes it somewhat impractical for detailed work in tight areas. Any project that involves both detail and large areas may require using two markers. Because the line is so wide, the ink seems to take a bit longer than the conventional marker to dry.
July 16, 2009