K-66 markers are filled with opaque, pigmented, permanent Krink mop ink. Steel ball point tip. ... more▾ less▴
Krink K-66 Steel Tip Marker
K-66 markers are filled with opaque, pigmented, permanent Krink mop ink. Steel ball point tip. Writes on most surfaces. Highest quality. Hand made in the USA.
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o and pick up smash for refills!! this isn't gonna last you long enough if you really tag, the colors and thickness are way similar..
for example i got the k60 & k66 in green and an 8oz of smash teal legit (the green is about two, three shades darker than the teal) but it was perfect! i can write with it all i want without switching markers to conserve the ink or paint (whichever it is). 5 of 5 Stars!
love the steel ball. Have bought a few and got bad ink in one - which sucks because they're not cheap. 3 of 5 Stars!
Hit those streets like a kilo 03/02/2014
What's poppin ap!
Not really about that swanging and tag banging anymore but those colours; they're just unreal. So I copped two of these markers in red and yellow, grabbed a couple of forties and my homie and I were off.
Rusted street poles âœ…
The K-66 seemed to do its job pretty good, only flaw with these rapscallions is that we only ended up going through half of the mop before the ball on the tip fell out of both markers. Granted we both are hard on markers but for close to twenty bucks each mop Krink needs to step his game up.
Paint is good
Mop body is good
Tip of this marker is garbage
All in all a good f*ckn night 3 of 5 Stars!
these are the sh*t but but as all other krink products they are expensive. buy it! 5 of 5 Stars!
i had a problem with writhing vertical. worked fine wen i used it on a wall, it seems like the mixing ball almost gets stuck near the tip and wont let the ink flow. 3 of 5 Stars!
i love the marker. it writes on everything and anything.its easy to refil, you just unscrew the top. no fighting to pull out a nib. krink gives you some good fadeproof paint. the drips are nice. ofcourse there is the art primo alternative...minidrip steeltip and smash. you can also fill it with ink too. i love ink in this marker when writing on wood. i 5 of 5 Stars!
Question: What kind of ink would you use to refill one of these? the original color in it was blue.
Answer:(AP Reply)901 Soultip paint will do great!
Question: I just got my marker, been shaking it but its not working. First time using a marker like this, am I suppose to take of the tip and take out the red cap thing
Answer:(AP Reply)There/s a red stopper under the applicator. You may take that out by unscrewing the top.
Question: how can I remove this off a mirror?
Answer:(AP Reply)Any solvent or scrape it.
Question: could i exchange the steel tip to a brush or mop???
Answer:(AP Reply)You can make it a mop
Question: Can you refill it
Answer:(AP Reply)only if you have basic motor skills.
(lmaoo Says:) lmaooolmaooo
Question: What color do you recommend?
Question: i got this marker a week ago and it work great intill the little ball point fell out of place, how do i fix it
Answer:(AP Reply)it may be broken. If it is the Krink Steel tips can be replaced with the steel tip heads.