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Big Squeeze replacement nib by typa - A Top 10 Reviewer! 04/08/2013
Big Squeeze replacement nib came back from a route rockin a kiwi mop.. if any nib should be sold in packs of 5 it should be this one for a couple of reasons: $1.25 is too much for a nib that has the shortest life span out of all the mop nibs so it should be sold at a price that encourages buying it instead of racking it (which is easy as sh*t)

pros: with the right ink, i prefer money shot or t-grade, both with a touch of garvey and if you're feeling classy n ballin go for speedflow. it's a powerful graff marker. drippy round lines over an inch wide command attention especially if your letter style is legible because it will be read by the general public. of course location is a key factor. another reason i like these is because they limit me to big, smooth surfaces in case i get a little tag happy so i just bike around scoping not only smooth surfaces but strategic spots as well.

watching my boy catch a tag with a kiwi mop is what turned me on to graff. i found it fascinating that you could take chunk of public space and make it yours with such a small marker.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

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Pilot Medium Point - Silver by typa - A Top 10 Reviewer! 03/28/2013
Pilot Medium Point - Silver smoooooth, opaque, high quality, oil based silver paint. the best "small tag" marker in my opinion. i used to rack two of these at a time and empty one into the other, that way you have a full marker and an extra nib :)

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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Sakura Solid Markers by typa - A Top 10 Reviewer! 03/28/2013
Sakura Solid Markers one of the most effective and functional tagging tools around. i gave one of these to my boy along with a pilot jumbo to get him started. i figured anything that doesn't require pumping the nib or squeezing the marker would be perfect for a beginner so the focus is placed more on the tag rather than getting the marker to function. the idea is to move him past the toy phase as fast as possible lol

i haven't tried the other streaker brands that ap carries so i can't compare them but i can recommend the sakura colors i found to be the smoothest and most fade resistant
-blue
-green
-red
-purple

-black looks boring and chances are you already have a black ink marker that will do a better job
-white looks like chalk on textured surfaces. but looks dope on smooth, dark surfaces.
-the fluorescent and lighter colors don't write as smooth and they fade much faster (especially the fluorescent colors)

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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Krink K-70 Marker by typatag - A Top 10 Reviewer! 01/22/2013
Krink K-70 Marker the essential part of my sticker ritual. this is the classic ideal mark/marsh 88 marker with krink ink. the nib on it is made for industrial use. it's one of the toughest nibs you'll find on a marker. you can shape the tip of the nib how you want with a razor to get a fatter round mark or a chisel style nib which is what i do to get bolder lines on my stickers. and it's easy to do because the nib is so solid. yes i definitely prefer these over the small pilot markers. i can fly through a stack of avery stickers with one of these markers and a good dj set playing in the background.

markers you can't open like this one are refillable if you know what you're doing. i refilled mine with pilot ink because the nib was still perfect when i emptied it. you won't need to attempt a refill for a while because these come packed with ink.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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Unipaint Broad/K-71/Smash KO Marker Nib by typa - A Top 10 Reviewer! 12/10/2012
Unipaint Broad/K-71/Smash KO Marker Nib for the diy marker geeks___ i take a razor and CAREFULLY cut these nibs horizontally to make them flat. i do this so i don't have to adjust my hand at an angle when i catch a quick tag. that was the only thing i didn't like about this style of nibs. now i use my k-71 a lot more. and i'll be using it even more when i get the smaller k-72 marker and fill it with some of that delicious speedflow ink.

i asked the guys at art primo to carry these a while back when i found them at a shipping supplies website. now they carry them. you guys are awesome.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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Krink K-12 Paint Marker by MAEM - A Top 10 Reviewer! 08/21/2010
Krink K-12 Paint Marker this is a white out body, pentel presto (the best white out body in my opinion) with krink paint/ink inside. it's pricey because it's a krink product (a presto is half the price), and keep in mind this is 4" long with a 12ml capacity (a little less than half a container of pilot ink). good thing is these are easy to conceal so it's easy to carry everywhere and it's great for most surfaces. these are also refillable, i refilled mine with smash.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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