I just bought these and I must say I'm impressed, in my opinion better than a presto body with its easy refillable twist off tip. I put some silver I mixed up in it and it glides leaving nice drips or clean lines as you wish. It even comes with its own mixing ball so if your a fan of prestos or thin lines or drips then COP THIS NOW!!! Mix up your own colors thin that b*tch throw it in your trusty otr empty correction pen and floss on some signs and electrical boxes!
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I got these just testing them out and love them, alot easier to use than some female fats, high output and sprays solid clean medium to fat lines that can be flared easily. Use these to fill and you'll get solid coverage, so pop em on some painters touch and flex!!!! Great product AP, will definitely order again!
I love the classic pilot broads so I picked this one up to try it out,
I envisioned all the pros of the classic marker but in a smaller more concealable package. When I got it in today I was surprised on how much it didn't remind me of the classic, I love the size and design but its the first pen by pilot I've gotten that was made of plastic, the logo and stripes that everyone knows and loves are printed on a thin plastic cover that easily slips off the marker leaving it bare, this is more of a personal preference but I found the nib to be a little harder than my liking, unless the surface is flat it will streak and conture to the shape of the surface. All in all I found it okay, maybe more of a sticker or small tags on flat surfaces in those cutty spots unless u break in the nib a bit more, and to refill u would have to drop it through the sides of the nib or pop the plastic plug out of the bottom. So if your looking for something like the classic I would say go with the classic, but if u want a smaller nib chisel this will do fine but i would just take a empty uni body and fill that with pilot instead, major wreckage!!!
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