These are nice, I I've been using them on Belton cans. They're comparable to the GO3, but there is absolutely no delay in spray cut off when you lift your finger, unlike the GO3. They have minimal Flair which I prefer for an outline cap, and get very very skinny if you ask them to. This will probably be my go-to outline cat moving forward, the paint Flows at a manageable rate, and you can have a little wobble in your distance from the surface without seeing huge variation in line thickness. There may be a better outline cap out there, but for someone like me who is not an expert, this one seems easiest to work with.
Just a follow-up on my last review. These actually work well but ONLY when seated on a Sekt adapter. I had good results on a can of rusto painters touch. This works because it bypasses direct contact to the valve. I still prefer the AP precise cap on rusto tho.
I tried cutting the retaining walls with a razor to get more clearance for use on Montana and Belton, but the issue is the stem is far too wide to fit into the valve opening. It takes about 10 lbs of pressure to get a spray on either can, and once it starts spraying it won't stop until pried off with a knife. Then you are left with a broken valve Absolute garbage. I ruined a can of paint trying to get this sh*t to work.
AP, did I get a bad batch or what? Bought these over a year ago, maybe the design has been changed since they first dropped?
These lil guys are a 3 in 1 deal. You got the glue for whatever you need it for. You got a "Boston Fat" tip that comes on it, and you got a incognito pocket can when its out of glue. Not sure how much you can get out of it with refills but it does work.
i've been using my shockers with Magic Ink and Soultip paint. the Magic pen is super clean and makes me have to tag properly. the Soultip/Magic mixed pen is streaky in a good way. i would recommend it with Magic or Pilot ink.
The stock cap is nice and fat, flares are similar to NY fat but larger. I got 5 colors(beast pink, irish green, pure orange, kicking yellow, horizon blue) and white, which is what I look for in an assortment pack. They all had good coverage.