These are expensive and you have to get used to the steel ball tip. You can't apply too much pressure or almost nothing comes out. I say pick one up then switch out the tip if you want on your other K60s instead of buying more of these. I bought one of these in gold and didn't like the steel tip with it so I just put a K60 nib on it and put the K66 nib on an ART Primo mop which I will fill with smash ink.
I should have read the reviews before putting thin ink in this bad boy. It leaked like a mother and I had to ditch it. If I have to put tape on a marker I feel like that's a con. Otr could probably improve the seal.
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This is my go to maker for everything. The silver is my favorite but the other colors are fresh too. Only downside to these is the same as any maker which is they won't do jack in the rain and rough surfaces eat the nib. The tips are replaceable though and that's why these are hot. The chisel tip is Hella versatile.
I live in the Pacific NW and when I read you could write on most surfaces even when wet I was psyched. However I did not think most surfaces meant metal and plastic. I could not write on these when wet and that is what all new paper dispensers and dumpsters are made of so I can only write on what, wood and rock? On the positive side I used one to write over wet paint and it cut right through it on to the surface below. The buff probably crapped themselves.(apreply) That's why us NW writers use Markals bro. They will cut through grease and water.
I bought the squeazy e mop with the mohair nib and it just cannot pump out the volume of ink I need to write clean. I had to go over my letters 3 times and it looked like trash. I ordered some crusher nibs and I am sure they will do the trick. I used the gold smash ink with it and I think the metallic ink clogs the mohair nib.
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