These are good for household use such as writing on boxes or labeling freezer bags. My only complaint is that these tend to dry out easier than the small sized points, or fray at the tips. Still, very handy!
i have tried sharpies that have the fine tip. they run out of ink so fast! i like this one much,much better. it has more ink for some reason. and it is good for everything. what i mean when i say 'it is good with everything' i mean that its good for writing labels, writing someones name on a journal, or something like that. i like it.
I love these! I always keep them on hand. They are my favorite of the whole sharpy line. The ultra fine tip is small enough for writing, and they write on most surfaces, which means I can use them for household purposes, such as labeling freezer bags or burned cds, as well as writing over paint on artwork.
I didn't even go to target for a notebook, I was getting party supplies, but I was browsing through my friends and saw it. Here's a bulleted list of everything I love about it:
THE DESIGN: The front loks like chipboard, and the triangles/squares are really cute. There's also a varnish over some of the triangles to make them glossy. It's a neat effect, and it's details like this that I love.
The inside is also designed, the paper is a really light grey, and the top margin is on of the colors from the front
GRAPH PAPER: This was, honestly, the main reason I bought it. When I opened it up and saw it was graph paper on the inside, I got really excited. Graph paper is great for sketching and charts and to-do lists. And the lines are also grey, so they don't stick out too much from what you've written.
SIZE: It's perfect. Big enough to write things down, do a good-sized sketch, etc. But small enough to fit into a purse/messenger bag/backpack.
CONSTRUCTION: The book is put together saddle backed, with multiple booklets. This means the pages always lay flat, and it isn't too hard to open the book. You can turn to a page and it will stay open there without closing in on its self.