I kinda forgot about this marker and was surprised when I broke it out recently, gave it a couple pumps and it was still good to go. That's the sign of a good airtight cap. The ink is a nice deep black and is great for stickers, especially withe the reversable nib.
These are awesome and have the whole package, great ink and a high quaity pump action marker. Get some nice crispy lettering with the 8mm chisel and you can reload them with coversall or your favorite ink when emptied. The 660Pi is the full size version but this is nice and compact for everyday carry.
I love this marker! If you hit up mainly smooth surfaces, this 8mm chisel nib will last quite a while although it does get a bit soft after some use. IMO that just makes the flow juicier. These are nice and definitely underrated.
This is a nice little, must have marker. I use it for outlining sketches with High Solid or CoversAll. I always have a few of these empties around in case I need to drop some different colors on the fly. Good quality, super reliable and nibs are easily replaceable. TIf necessary, the nib is can be washed with water (acrylic) or denatured alcohol (my solvent of choice for ink).
These things are dope as hell, perfect for bringing to court, the airport, a funeral, or anywhere you know you won't be smashing tuff, but still want the option. Hell, I might even keep one hooped for the next time I get locked up - they are that small. A single fill goes a lot farther than you would expect.
As for the nib being tight as hell, if you finesse the insertion/removal you should be all right. But since my homies are lazy, I tried out running a dremel with a sandpaper attachment in the opening of the body. This eases it up a bit, but still keeps a solid seal. Haven't had any problems so far so I think I am going to do this to the rest of em.
Bought a 20 pack to fill with my home brew paint/ink (it works great with both) and give out to the homies in the crew for antichristmas. When you buy 20 you get them for less than a dollar!