WHSmith 4 Highlighters Reviews
Product Type: WHSmith in Homeware
Description:Brand: WHSmith / Type: Set of 4 highlighters
Newest Review: ... shop but one. Too late, though the damage was already done. I use highlighter pens quite a bit as I have a family organizer ... more
Customer WHSmith 4 Highlighters Reviews (12)
by - written on 09/10/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
After starting back at University this year I took my usual pilgramidge to town in search of stationery. I trawled the shelves of Wilkinsons in search of some cheap stationery but was disappointed to see that the only highlighters that they sold were the branded highlighters and they were between £8 and £10 for a set of about 12 colours. Firstly I didn't need 12 colours and secondly the price tag was a little more than I wanted to pay for what are essentially coloured pens! I don't tend to shop at WHSmiths for my stationery items as I find that their prices are steep and are much more affordable in other shops but I was out of options for places to buy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Being a student, as many of you are probably aware, involves a great deal of highlighting things. While I'm not a big fan of highlighters (in fact, I find them quite annoying) sometimes they are necessary so that I can prove I have read extracts of text, rather than just photocopying a book or printing off the internet. Having finally sucumbed to the idea of having to use these annoyingly colourful pens, I decided that the best place to try to get something like this that would: a) last a decent length of time and b) not be too expensive like the leading brands tend to be, would have to be WHSmith. Normally, I wouldn't use this store much, especially when you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/12, updated on 08/10/12 (Very useful, 77 readings)
As a student I get through quite a lot of highlighters when making notes or highlighting my statute books and so on. I do find that branded highlighters can be quite expensive, so even though I was a bit of unsure how the quality would compare I decided to try out these WH Smith own brand highlighters. They come in a pack of four containing fairly typical colours, yellow, orange, green and pink. I was happy with this colour selection as I don't really need any more unusual colours and all I need are a few different ones. The highlighters look more basic than the branded Stabilo Boss ones as their shape is simpler. They are just straight up and down, wide but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Highlighters are something that are always around my home. I first really started using highlighters when I was beginning my GCSEs way back in 2004 (gosh, didn't realise it was that long ago) and seeing as since then I've remained in education pretty much constantly highlighters are something that are always around somewhere. WH Smith highlighters are a brand that have often been bought because of the price and also the fact they are a good brand. Personally I do prefer branded highlighters but as these can be up to double the price of these I often buy these and my mum almost always buys these. Currently these highlighters can be bought in a pack ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
With both myself and my husband doing home courses at the moment highlighters are something we always have in our house. We don't buy them from anywhere particular just wherever we happen to be shopping is fine. The ones we are currently using are from WH Smith and cost £4.19 for a pack of 4, I bought them from here because I had a money off coupon at the time. The highlighters are just like any regular highlighter pen, they are of an average size and the colours are orange, pink yellow and green, the pens are plain with just WH Smith Highlighter written along it, nothing fancy. The ends of the highlighters are chiselled so you can get a wide line for ... Read the complete review
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