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STABILO BOSS ORIGINAL

The BOSS. Since 1971!
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STABILO swing cool Pastel Edition

These pocket-sized highlighters in 6 subtle, trendy pastel colors are available for a limited time only.
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STABILO BOSS ORIGINAL Pastel

New, fashionable colors will give your work a subtle but stylish look.
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STABILO BOSS MINI Pastellove

Small, but strong: the STABILO BOSS MINI Pastellove is a stylish must-have for color-loving creatives.
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STABILO BOSS ORIGINAL

The BOSS. Since 1971!

STABILO Swing Cool Pastel Edition

These pocket-sized highlighters in 6 subtle, trendy pastel colors are available for a limited time only.

STABILO BOSS ORIGINAL Pastel

New, fashionable colors will give your work a subtle but stylish look.

STABILO BOSS MINI Pastellove

Small, but strong: the STABILO BOSS MINI Pastellove is a stylish must-have for color-loving creatives.

Design Classic in stylish pastel colors

Pastel tones are undoubtedly one of the major fashion trends. Pink, lilac, light blue and mint green are just some of the colors that are able to make any accessory more delicate. With six new beautiful colors we turned our STABILO BOSS ORIGINAL into an exciting accessory that allows you to really express yourself.

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For a relaxed feeling whilst writing – the tip does not bend or break.

The launch of the STABILO BOSS highlighter at the beginning of 1971 marked an innovative masterstroke by Schwan-STABILO with a totally new, revolutionary application. In the days before fluorescent highlighters there were few ways to mark important text. The idea of simply writing over passages instead of underlining them was obvious: all that was left was for fluorescent ink to be put into a suitable pen. And a revolutionary writing instrument required an equally revolutionary shape – a real challenge for an industrial designer! The designer made one model after another, only to discard them all: square, round, short and fat, long and flat designs. A conical cylinder he had produced in modeling clay seemed like a promising idea, but it was still hardly anything new. In his frustration, the designer squashed the model lying in front of him with the flat of his hand…

40 years later, the flat, chubby highlighter still has many imitators. And to this day it remains the highlight of an entire product category.

Is STABILO point 88 ink permanent?

Some 50,000 years ago our ancestors were still chiselling stories in stone with flint and painting on the walls of their caves with plant dyes. For thousands of years, pictures were their only means of communication. The ancient Romans used a stylus made of pewter or lead to write on wax tablets, papyrus or parchment. Implements made of lead, pewter and silver were used for writing and drawing until the late Middle Ages. Change came with the discovery of graphite in England around 1550: this new material was soon known throughout Europe.