Cheaper than Prestos, made by writers for writers and easy refill unlike the predecessor..
To "Seth", I'd stick to using white out refills in these.
When you mix paints you run the risk of not knowing what was used in each ink/paint recipe, Had this happen many times with oil based paint in mops,(Having the paint harden/thicken to a glue consistency)
Operator error, not the product.
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Not enough good can be said about these markers, they're extremely versatile and expertly crafted.
I've been using mine day after day, refilling them, thinning them, and the nibs have stayed nearly fresh like the day I bought them. Their durability is extremely impressive and definitely worth the buy.
Ink Run out? Refill with any thinned out Acyrlic or Ink and Viola, the marker will never die.
Best mop for the price, extremely durable mohair tip(I f***ing hate the felt/sponge nibs 80% of mops have that are trash after one tag.)
Enough capacity for probably a good 15-25 tags depending on how drippy you go/length of your name.(Possibly more) And perfect size to palm. ArtPrimo for real writers.
Oh and shout out to the ArtPrimo staff for answering all the ridiculously stupid questions people ask(Yo will you go out with me?? Hah). Stay PUSHN.
I've tried every "solid" marker/paint stick available from Meanstreaks, Markals, Nissen, Junobos, Hobos, Sakuras, Krink K80s and I've finally now tried the ArtPrimo Solids and they are by far the best product for the price. They're extremely buttery and smooth, and have multiple cuts for splitting and are much larger than a Sakura.. Artprimo are writers making the best products for their customers and for themselves.I'm Going to try to see if the local shops will start stocking these(They already have the Hobos, Not sure why they wouldn't stock these as well.)Stay PUSHN.