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Krink K-71 Broad Line Marker
Krink K-71 Broad Line Marker
203 Reviews 4.6 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Krink K-71 Broad Line Marker
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by Csikos -Read all my Reviews 07/27/2019
Well, all and all i'll give you a summary for this bad boys
First of all, these guys are very infamous for being expensive, and they are indeed
But, if you have the pennies go for it, you're not gonna be dissapointed
If you are careful with your stuff this will last you forever, the nib size is really good cuz it is small but not enough to stop you tagging everywhere, an all around that i find more confortable than my other favourites wich are the miniwides and the molotow 612EM (this is basically a modern, improved minuwide with a better nib even, underrated thou idk why) but the are kinda situational because of the bigger nib
This babies don't come filled at the top but, i actually opened a black brand new one to fill it with molotow cocktail speedflow and it was filled like al least 70% full, and it seems that all of my other ones too, maybe i'm a lucky one and buy them from a good batch or i dunno
The nib lasts a lifetime if you are careful and the flow of this mofo is naaaasty
The bleed thru ones, both blue and red are hardcore stuff, even smelling the ink makes you dizzy no jk
And as i said, this is my fave all around marker to have in my pocket everywhere i go, so durable and versatile
I have a black one that i keep using and using and it's just fine as brand new
I recommend to reffil it to put inside line 75% full of straight molotow speedflow, or combine speedflow and coversall, marsh, garvey, pilot, you can put in this baby everything and it will kill, even paints! But make sure that if you put paint in it put something that can mix with the dye tipe inks, something like alcohol based paints and stuff, i have filled mines with garvey and smah ir grog full metal painy and it kills
But my black one, i have killed 2 entire bottles of speedflow plus two artline and pilot ink and it still writes as new
Worth the money tbh

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

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by DUMP TRUCK -Read all my Reviews 11/02/2017
The AK in my arsenal!! I bought my K-71 from AP YEARS ago and it goes with me everywhere!! I am amazed that i havent lost it and its still going at this point. Nib has lasted me just fine because i never wrote on concrete. Also, i’ve ran a ridiculous amount of different inks through it, even janky homemade concoctions and has served me well. Needless to say its worth the high price and the low amount of ink that comes in it because of the service life it will give you. My every day carry!’

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

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by pztzr -Read all my Reviews 06/27/2017
Ordered one of these from AP and then a different company that had given me a refund for botching my order accidentally shipped me THREE MORE.
It's a good marker. You may as well carry something that makes you feel sexy and these are sexy as f*ck. They look good on your design desk and they look good poking out the top of the chest pocket of your plaid shirt you f*cking scenester. Ladies and gents both love 'em, so if bae knows you do graff give them one of these and they'll be yours for a fortnight. Get up with the colours and stay up with the bleed thru versions, jj buff paint is so thick these days that nothing is buffproof (at least in my town).
But seriously they start nice and crisp and break in painlessly, and once they're broken in they get a really nice brush-like quality. You'll feel like Pablo Picasso.
Haven't refilled any of mine yet, but when I do I'm certainly gonna reseal it with some plumbers tape on the threads. It's like electrical tape but with a better seal and less gunk.
BTW the bleed through versions are one of the few Xylene based markers left on the market as far as I know. So dope. A chemical from Mars so your tags end up OUTTA THIS WORLD!

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

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by SugarB419 -Read all my Reviews 02/13/2017
I've only ever had the black in this model. I've had three of them. I usually ditch them after the barrel gets dented. It ships a little less than half full. The second one I got I immediately unscrewed the top and topped it off with some Garvey. Only fill about 2/3 of the way for best results. Seal with a wrap of black electrical tape after screwing the cap back on. Once the nib gets juiced this marker doesn't need a full pump, or you'll be spilling ink everywhere. I can usually do like half pump very fast, count to five and write. If you go half and half with Garvey and a nice black ink of choice you get a really nice purple fade effect toward the end of your tag. I most recently refilled with some violet ink out of a flowpen and mixed it with some eggshell es3 ink. Favorite surface is the plastic bus stop signage and white tile. I love doing tags on tile. It could be cheaper but it's not wildly overpriced like most krink stuff. I typically boycott krink products due to price, but I really like this marker.

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

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by Rask -Read all my Reviews 05/09/2015
This marker is good for the most part. When I first got it it wrote very streaky but once the nib broke in it was fine. I screwed the top off to see how much ink was left and it was about a quarter full. I screwed it on very tight and it leaked in my pocket and made a mess. I got the magenta and green and they are very nice for writing on light surfaces, if you write on a black surface you won't be able to see it. The metal body is very nice but dents VERY easily both my markers have many large dents in them. If you want a drippy non squeezable marker get this it drips a lot but if you like drips get a refill cuz it comes quarter full. You can refill this marker with pretty much anything and if u don't mind your colours blended a little u don't have to buy a replacement nip. Once u break in the nip u get a very broad line and it is very soft. It works best on silvermetal

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

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by MEANS -Read all my Reviews 04/18/2014
I bought this marker in SILVER a couple months back. I was putting together a big order on here, and I stopped by a local art store that had the full run of colors in stock, so I got to test them all out before buying...the silver, bleed thru red, bleed thru blue, and magenta are the nicest colors for sure. I ended up going with the classic silver and here's what I have to say about it after 2 months of use...first of all, note that this is not the original Krink formula, so for those of you looking to buy one of these based on that alone, don't. These are alcohol-based, the original Krink is petroleum distillate based and considerably harder staining than this. That being said, I still love this marker. I'll start with the bad, then move on to the good...CONS: 1.) Comes about half full...for a $10 marker, it should come at least 85% full, no excuse for that really. 2.) Has been known to get streaky on smooth, glossy surfaces like windows, but mostly just during the initial break-in period for the nib. 3.) The cap has popped off in my pocket and caused a mess several times...the #1 thing they could do to improve this product is MAKE A DAMN SCREW-ON CAP!...Now onto the PROS: 1.) At first I was kinda pissed with the nib..Once it's broken in, it writes 3x better than it did when I first got it, I love it now. It widens out and softens up a lot, the lines are thicker, smoother, and more opaque..so to anybody complaining about streaky tags with this, just keep using it, get some wear and tear on the nib, and juice it up well before you use it. 2. Replaceable nibs, easily refillable, durable aluminum body. 3.) When I had about 20% of the silver ink left, I decided to fill it up the rest of the way with Money Shot ink and see what happens. I didn't even change the nib. Flowed great, was more opaque, and much harder staining, too. It still wrote silver (actually a better, darker silver that was more visible in sunlight) until it was totally empty. Then I got a fresh nib and put in fresh ink. this thing works well with pretty much whatever ink you want to put in it. Bottom line, it's worth 10 bucks for a nice, durable, refillable marker with a metal body and replaceable nib.

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

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