Flipchart markers

Our flipchart markers are perfect for writing and drawing on flipchart paper, presentation paper, and presentation cards, as well as on other types of paper.

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Why do flipchart markers work so well on paper? The main reason is their ink, which boasts very special properties. The water-based ink won’t bleed through to the next page. Few things are more annoying than when this happens during a presentation.

What’s more, our flipchart markers are equipped with ‘cap-off’ technology, making it possible to leave the markers without a cap on for up to several weeks. They’ll still write smoothly and fluidly, even if left exposed to the air for a long period of time. The brightly coloured inks won’t fade, even when writing longer texts or drawing pictures, which is especially useful for presentations.

Tips from fine to thick

You can choose from five different flipchart markers, from extra-fine to extra-thick, in four dazzling shades. The edding 380, boasting a bullet tip measuring 1.5 to 3 mm, and the edding 383, boasting a chisel tip measuring 1 to 5 mm, are especially popular. Those who prefer an extra-wide tip will love the edding 388 flipchart marker, which boasts a stroke width of 4 to 12 mm.

For especially environmentally conscious presenters, we recommend the carbon-neutral Ecoline flipchart markers, whose plastic parts are made from at least 90% recycled materials. These pens are also available with a choice of bullet or chisel tips. All models up to the edding 388 are refillable.

But keep readability in mind

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In other words: use subheadlines and paragraphs!

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When should I use a bullet tip?

Markers with a bullet tip are especially suitable for fine-line drawings and visual elements, as they create clear lines. Anyone can use a bullet tip with little or no practice. They are versatile and allow you to design your presentation precisely as you see fit. Depending on how you hold the pen, how hard you press and what surface you choose for your presentation, your stroke width may vary between 1.5 and 3 mm.

When should I use a chisel tip?

The chisel tip is especially good for enhanced legibility. The marker is shaped like a chisel, meaning it has a wider side and a narrower side. Depending on how you hold the pen, your strokes will appear thicker or thinner. If you hold the pen at a consistent 45° angle to the page, you can create a wonderful style of lettering. When using the chisel tip, you can gently vary the appearance of your writing, allowing you to create both fine lettering and bold strokes.

How do I refill the flipchart markers?

All our flipchart markers up to the edding 388 are refillable. If your flipchart marker has run out of ink, you can simply refill it using our convenient edding FTK 25 refill ink. Simply stand the empty marker tip-down in the refill ink bottle for at least one hour. The marker will then be ready to use again. You can learn which edding makers are refillable in our refill ink overview.