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OTR Empty Correction Pen
OTR Empty Correction Pen
4 Reviews 3.5 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
OTR Empty Correction Pen

by Wilson -Read all my Reviews 08/03/2017
This marker lasted maybe a few writes on the ground and a few metal slabs around the city. Try not to run the nib across rough @$$ sh*t like concrete cuz it will damage the it to the point where you press to regulate ink and it just gets jammed. Cuts smoothly on glass and smooth surfaces. really dope and makes the pen fun to write with.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]

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by Soze -Read all my Reviews 06/28/2016
Aight. I copped a few of these before. They look cool, but sadly don't work too well :\ Like most OTR products, they aren't fully sealed, meaning they will dry out over time, JUST LIKE THE FLOWPENS WHICH LEAK LIKE A f*ckIN SIV. Anyway, these also are not made of quality plastic, meaning they tend to break down from solvent based inks and paints pretty fast. Filled one of these up with some Illadel paint and it was soft as jelly within a week and I was pretty pissed. SO, if you plan on filling these up with anything solvent based, use them up fast as f*ck, or just get either a real presto, or a steel blitz, both of which tend to last longer when filled with strong solvents. Otherwise, fill em up with less harmful inks and paints. I reccomend the new .901 soultip paint or KILZ pigmented white primer. For colors n sh*t just add dye based inks to the primer and shake good in a water bottle. Thin out the primer with isopropyl or ethanol alcohol so as to keep the marker in working order.
Worked fairly well when first filled.
Flow great.
Tend to leak sometimes when overly squeezed.
And wear out very fast when filled with strong solvent based ink or paint.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]

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by john -Read all my Reviews 04/13/2016
Don't squeeze too hard or else you'll make it leak from where you unscrew it. Happened to me last night while I was catching a few spots. Its a good marker tho.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]

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by Ole_man_rivers -Read all my Reviews 12/22/2015
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!

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

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