Art Primo Toxic Shocker
The Art Primo Toxic Shocker is a hard bodied, slender pocket sized marker that pairs well with dyes, stainers, and thin inks. Since the marker body is not easily squeezable thicker paints will not flow through the nib. The Toxic Shocker has a .75 ounce capacity and a durable 10mm felt nib. Refillable and with replacement nibs available here. Sold empty.
Great lil mop. Its compact and cheap. I used black magic ink and it ran beautifully. No streaks atall. If youre looking for drips though, this mop isn't for you, as it isn't really squeezable. 5 of 5 Stars!
I LOVE THIS MOP. make sure if you use pilot or magic in this mop that you use it quick. i had the plastic burn and spill on me because of keeping the xylene based inks in there for too long. so jus be careful use the inks up quick. 10/10 mop love it price unbelievable 5 of 5 Stars!
Smooth like butter, must have for 2 bucks. Just got it in this afternoon and have used it all evening, fill it up with some pilot and magic ink (not white) and you're set. However, it leaked like crazy all over on my hands and spilt onto the ground, my nails are essentially painted on both hands. So make sure to store the thing cap side up in your pocket, it can make a mess from the excessive juice power. Slips into your pocket perfectly, super slim. But still a great little tool for your everyday kit and now I have a little ying yang looking mop. 4 of 5 Stars!
One word, SMOOTH. use with some pilot ink and your gonna have a good time. It does not streak, its 2$!!!!!! get some baby. 5 of 5 Stars!
After ages of homemades I decided to grab one of these and it doesn’t disappoint. Threw some Pilot refill ink in it and it’s butter. Great for tagging up the walls in your favorite urban landscape. I’ll be grabbing a handful on my next order. 5 of 5 Stars!
Filled this thing with some pilot and it’s too buttery. Get two in your next order 5 of 5 Stars!
wanted to amend my previous review-- these nibs do have a valve in them! With the valve, writing on vertical surfaces I have found more ink flow when initially pressing the nib, leading to the first second of writing being more juicy than the less saturated remainder. Removing the nib seems possible and might help this, but I'm not trying to make a mess. Economical on ink compared to something you'll squeeze. Throw some white magic ink, or another flowy paint in with your ink so your marks don't fade entirely in the sun. 5 of 5 Stars!
Having enjoyed the drop mop mini, I wasn't sure I'd be down with a hard body mop. Moral of the story: I am a fool!
This marker is great fun. S. garvey with a lil' white magic ink, and the flow is hot! As far as I can tell the nib does not have a valve; however, the mop (like all AP mops) stays very clean. No leaks! Shaking the marker uncapped will not leak, but a good squeeze (tough with the hard plastic) might squirt a few drops. Some ink will collect in the cap with normal use, never enough to drip or run.
buy extra nibs!! 5 of 5 Stars!
Question: Is this the only hard bodied marker you do? LOVE it but I also wanna use bigger ones (in terms of nib and capacity), so what's the biggest hard bodied marker I can get? Cheers
Answer:(AP Reply)What do you mean by Hardbodies marker? Have you seen our Hit N Go and AP Branded Markers? Or are you looking for specifically a hard bodied mop? Here is a link to all our markers, please take a look and if you need help, email us!
Question: This or the Mini Crusher?
Answer:(AP Reply)It depends on what you need it to do and what time if ink/ paint you have at home. Rule of thumb. Ink = Toxic Shocker / Paint = Mini Crush
Question: Can you use homemade Ink for this empty marker and my homemade is Blaster inks very buffproof and it's half pilot mixed with sharpies inks and dyes from the printer too.
Answer:(AP Reply)Yes, any dye based inks that are thin super easy!
Question: So i caught a few tags and after walking around for a little it starts to leak in you pocket how do you fix that???
Answer:(AP Reply)Give us a call, we/d love to help you with your Toxic Shocker.
Question: I know it's been asked before, "how's smash in this marker", but I'm wondering something a little more specific: have you used smash Gold in this marker, and is it still nice and golden, or does it get a bit streaky and gross? Because as much as I love drips, this marker conserves ink super well, and I like to use it with the more expensive inks (molotow and smash). I'm just making sure the non-squeeze style doesn't interfere with the colour of the gold. Thanks!
Sorry if that was long winded.
Answer:(AP Reply)You can use Smash in these. You might have to work harder for drips.
Question: can i use paint whit ths?
Answer:(AP Reply)In short, yes. But Caveat Emptor. Not all paint is the same. You will need to experiment.
Question: will it mess up the nib if u put spray paint in it??
Answer:(AP Reply)eventually. Just buy extra nibs when you get one of these. They are cheap.
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Question: How well does this work with smash ink?