|Highlighter ink is very difficult to photograph. Imagine this being much brighter and more neon.|
Apart from the grip, the Brite Liner Grip is a basic highlighter. It's what I call a pen-style highlighter, which I don't find as fun to use as the rectangular block-style highlighters such as the Staedtler Textsurfer or the Stabilo Boss, but is more convenient and professional-looking than the thick marker-style highlighters (such as the Monami Handy Highlighter). It's easy to fit into a pen case or cup. I like the bold black and yellow colour scheme, although I've noticed that the images I've seen online have grey, not black, accents.
The chisel tip seems a bit narrow, so it would probably be best for highlighting smaller handwriting and text (or for underlining, if that's your thing). I especially like that the fine end of the tip is firm enough to allow me to write words with it. While I don't typically write with my highlighters, it is something that I do on occasion (for example, jotting an important word or two in the margin). The yellow ink is your standard highlighter yellow, and the Brite Liner is also available in a few other colours. It may smear the wettest pen inks a bit, but otherwise performed well. There was also a tiny bit of show-through on the textbook page.
Overall, the Bic Brite Liner Grip is a good basic highlighter. I would especially recommend it if you're looking for a highlighter that's a bit easier and more comfortable to hold. Apart from that, I'm not sure that I would have any reason to choose the Brite Liner Grip over any other highlighter, but it's still a decent option.
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