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.
Been picking up a handful of these lately. Big fan. Running one with OTR .407 hard to buff and it flows like magic. The nib tends to get over saturated occasionally and drips but the cap doesn't leak. Put OTR 970 paint in another and it does not work. The paint is to thick and it cant flow, even tried roughing the nib up to loosen the fibers but no luck (gunna start messing with the valve system and see if that helps) All the matter pick this up and fill it with ink its legit.
Like this little pen. Filled it with OTR 970 hard to buff ink. Nib doesn't stay super juicy, find myself pumping it a lot but still a great pick up. The refilling issue aint all that big of a deal just get some pliers and lay down some paper to catch any residual ink you're about to spill pulling it apart. Id rather have a tight seal than a leaky one anyways.
I took the advice from a fellow reviewer and put it on the pink Sekt adapter and it was the sh*t fat @$$ lines did a couple throwies I'm def buying more of this fatty I likes em BBW chubby chasing all day!!!
So the refill cap is what would make this amazing. Surprising too little flow with Smash. Uses different nib than the standard (krink style) nib. A little narrower. Super pricey for what it is. Molotow is the top dog with marker innovations. But I think it's not as good as the body's krink uses. But some of those empties.