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What’s New With Ohuhu Oahu Series 320 Color Set

Picture this – it’s a cozy day in. The rain is trickling down the windows. You put on a floral-scented candle and you’ve got your coziest sweats on. The perfect activity to accompany this warm, fuzzy mood?

Making some art, with the new and improved Ohuhu 320 Colors Dual Tips Alcohol Art Markers, Fine & Chisel set.

Ok, we may have gotten a little carried away, but we at Ohuhu are so excited to introduce what’s new with the Ohuhu 320 Colors Dual Tips Alcohol Art Markers, Fine & Chisel!

We’re confident you’ll be excited about it too – because the changes were inspired directly by you, our community! Actively listening to our community is a core pillar of our brand. We aim not only to pursue your feedback relentlessly, but to put our money where our mouth is, and to implement changes that make your experience a better one.

Without further ado, introducing the new tweaks to our marker pens that we hope will inspire you to paint up inspiration:  

1.  Our marker set now comes in 320 beautiful colors

For the longest time, we thought that 200 colors in a set was enough for you. But you shared that you wanted more colors. You asked, we delivered – in 320 amazing colors so you’ll get to develop your artwork in every single color that you can think of!

Now you get to widen your creative horizons and experiment with 120 more shades of beautifully pigmented tones. With the same easily buildable and blendable colors and smudge-free formula that you’ve come to love Ohuhu for. 

It basically costs less than USD $1 a marker – buy the set and you’re basically set for life with the wide variety of colors available! Plus, we think this will be perfect for a gift – whether it’s for yourself or for a loved one. With 320 colors, we’re sure the recipient of this will be spoilt for choice! 

2.  New color code labeling 

If you’ve ever tried to explain the difference between rust brown and chocolate brown, this change is designed just for you.

We’ve swapped out the number to an intuitive label mechanism that makes it easier for you to identify your desired shade of a specific color amongst the plethora of colors.

  • The color name is indicated right upfront so you’ll know exactly what color you’re picking up, even without removing the cap
  • The alphabet in the code refers to the hue of the color within the color family
  • The first two numbers refer to how saturated the colors are
  • The last number refers to the brightness of the color 

We hope these small changes go a long way. 

As we continue to work on this best-selling product of ours, we are always reminded that it would not be a best-selling product if there is no one to buy it. Thus, we’ll continue to improve on it. One day at a time.

After all, if you want to go far, go together. Thank you for going far with us on this journey, and for your support of Ohuhu. If you have any ideas or feedback on how our products can be improved further, leave us a comment under this blog!

PS: If you already own the Oahu series of 200-color marker set and you’re looking to expand your collection to own all 320 shades of gorgeous hues, all you have to do is just add our new 120-color set to cart to expand your collection!  

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  1. Will a 320 set with Brush and bullet/fine nibs be available in future? I prefer brush to chisel nibs.

  2. Is there a 320 color set of the alcohol markers with the fine and brush tips? I don’t like chisel and prefer a brush tip. If not, will this be an option in the near future. I have a set of 36 Ohuhu markers and would like to expand, but I really need a broad or brush tip. Also, what is the difference between the Honolulu and Oahu series?

  3. I also like to work brush and bullet/fine nib. I don’t like working much with the chisel nib?
    Is there an option for colors in the future and will they be refillable?

    Thank you

  4. I would also like to know if this is coming in Brush/Fine? It’s been nearly a year and it has been something I have been looking forward to since the Chisel/Fine release.
    It’s not even just the extra 100 colors, it’s the new numbering system. It looks great.