Review: Uni Propus Window Highlighters

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Today, we have the Uni Propus Window highlighters for review! I got these highlighters sometime ago because I read some great reviews on them. Now that I’ve used them for a good amount of time, I’ve got a pretty good idea of how I feel about them. I got mine for what I would say a decent price on amazon.


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^I really don’t know why I didn’t just take a picture of the whole highlighter lol

First off, I got the soft color double-sided ones. The cute pastel colour scheme is what made me want them in the first place. On one side is a broad 4.0mm tip and on the other side is a 0.6 mm fine tip. This proves to be very useful if you want to highlight slightly smaller than usual writing or if you just want to underline something.

The ink flow is very consistent and there is no bleeding on the paper I use (24lbs). If you’re only using them to highlight textbooks or printed text, there is no problem with smudging and such. They do, however, smudge quite a bit when used on gel ink pens. Personally, I like to highlight my own notes and my go to pens for notes are mostly gel ink ones. As a result, I haven’t been able to use these to highlight my own notes because they actually smudge a lot. I did find that they don’t smudge on the Le Pen from Marvy or any of my ball point pens.

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Pros

  • Double sided tip
  • No bleed through
  • Consistent flow
  • Has a little window for you to see where you’re highlighting
  • Super pretty colours

Cons

  • Will smudge with certain types of pens

All in all, I really like these highlighters but since they smudge on my notes, I’ll probably have to just save these for other occasions. If you know any highlighters with this type of colour scheme that doesn’t smudge on gel ink, then please suggest them to me! I’m thinking of trying the Zebra Midliners next 🙂

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4 thoughts on “Review: Uni Propus Window Highlighters

  1. thepettyasterism says:

    Late to the game, but thank you for the review! I had no idea these highlighters tended to smudge gel ink, which is the only ink I use to take notes. I think these would be really great for textbook highlighting, and the Zebra Mildliners would be better for notes (from what I’ve heard).

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    • paperdoki says:

      Same! I absolutely love gel ink pens so I was pretty sad when they smudged. I have the Mildliners too and they definitely smudge less, but I mainly use them for textbooks and printed notes now 🙂

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