Remember that chunky stainless steel Sharpie case by Dango Products?
Perhaps in reaction to that, Sharpie is now offering their own Stainless Steel Marker Case.
A threaded collar locks your Sharpie into the barrel, and the stainless steel cap replaces the plastic cap (and has its own clip). It takes the standard Sharpie, not some special variant you have to buy.
It doesn't appear to be sold as a standalone product, but is instead packaged with five markers. At press time I couldn't find anyone who had these in stock, but they cost $18 per pack.
Anyone remember when Sharpie made refillable stainless steel Sharpies?
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A refillable sharpie is the right idea, I'm sad they haven't continued that. A case for a disposable product that is durable enough on its own is not worth its carbon footprint.
Yes!!! I love those refillable SS Sharpies! Found a store with some and got their last 20 new unopened SS Sharpies WITH refills. I'm so excited to get this new SS Sharpie