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Krink K-70 Marker
Durable fine point, large ink capacity, permanent.
Writes on most surfaces. Great for use on paper, cardboard, metal, and painted surfaces. Handmade in the USA.
Excellent for drawing and black books.
Also, Check out Krink's K-71 Marker.
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A lot of people dont know this, but the nib is double sided. There is a flat chisel on the other side, which is great for slaps and calligraphy. Great ink and marker overall. 5 of 5 Stars!
I love the black! it's very opaque (solid) dries fast with a glossy finish! awesome for slaps on paper & vinyl sticker paper. As for the rest of the colors... meh.. Once you go Black!.... 5 of 5 Stars!
Trav d 12/02/2015
Id buy this if it was a chisel tip... Bullets suckkk 2 of 5 Stars!
drof one 09/06/2012
I love this marker. It comes almost completely filled, has really nice dark black ink with amazing flow. This is great for your blackbook , and really good for some stickers, BUT...
contrary to everyone's belief this marker is not strictly for blackbooks,
This is seriously one of the dopest lil street markers youll come across if you flip the nib and scrape it on the concrete. it makes a nice wide mark 2/3 the size of the ko's chisel tip.
BEST OF ALL, this marker is super portable, so stik it in your pocket and go crush the back of that sign or newsstand. DOESN'T fADE ( black only) 5 of 5 Stars!
Basically a Marsh 88. big whoop. 3 of 5 Stars!
simply for the black book nothin else 5 of 5 Stars!
Dran Fresher 02/18/2012
I bought this marker in black and it is seriously, IMO the best marker for blackbook work. Very VERY clean lines and ink flow, doesn't bleed all over or anything like that. I wouldn't suggest this for tagging or anything, but that's just me, I'm sure it would still wreck everything. But when it comes to black book work, this is THE marker! 5 of 5 Stars!
Question: What nib replacement does this take?
Answer:(AP Reply)Unfortunately Krink doesn't have a replacement nib for this marker.
Question: r they pump action?
Question: are these refillable like the 71s?
Answer:(AP Reply)well, they arent intended to be. But I guess you could if you're smart.
(crime Says:) how u refill themhow u refill them
(Smearone Says:) Yes they r I've refilled mine twice also the k-42 r refillableYes they r I've refilled mine twice also the k-42 r refillable