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Molotow 311EM Marker
Molotow 311EM Marker
11 Reviews 4.2 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Molotow 311EM Marker

by AphelionXII -Read all my Reviews 08/12/2015
This 8mm marker has become my favorite piece in my arsenal lately. It doesn't just do fills, hatching, stippling, stamping, and texturing with this marker are a pleasure.(APREPLY) We agree. This is one of our favorite marker bodies. Nib like a unibroad, but smaller and more pocket friendly. Strangely these marker arent as popluar as they should be. Maybe GR should do a video.

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

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by SACHER -Read all my Reviews 03/15/2018
I used to be pretty juiced on this marker. Great compact size, plastic body so its quiet, and a perfect nib size wise (fragile as f*ck tho) However the last 2 I've had have had the same issue, with various inks. As others mentioned, the valve gets stuck down or halfway down and the marker loses a lot of functionality as a result.

I've had bad experiences with:

Magic ink

Not sure what ink this marker is made for, maybe the molotow high solid paints would perform better but IMO those are not suited for tagging. If I ever get another it will be saved for sketchbook use.

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]

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by Mr.decay -Read all my Reviews 02/03/2018
The nib sucks on these so I bought a replacement from you guys and filled this up with white magic works pretty good and my only complaint is the valve getting sticky

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

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by Scape -Read all my Reviews 04/15/2017
I just got mine nd its and awsome marker but in the first day i got it only using it in my blackbook the valve broke or stuck. I unscrew it fix it but when i pump it it gets stuck down. Idk if its just mine or how these are made but this marker has a good potential

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

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by _cspace_ -Read all my Reviews 12/25/2016
I love this marker! If you hit up mainly smooth surfaces, this 8mm chisel nib will last quite a while although it does get a bit soft after some use. IMO that just makes the flow juicier. These are nice and definitely underrated.

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

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by creamy~peaches -Read all my Reviews 09/09/2016
So I've been using Magic White Ink in one of these and it's working beautifully so far. It writes opaque as hell and once you get the marker going, it only takes a quick pump to saturate your nib back up. With a round nib it's like a Pentel Shorty Plus.
They're super pocket friendly, I always keep one or two in my purse.

I tested one with a smash and pilot mix because i wanted to see for myself how the xylene ink affected the marker. Just like one of the previous reviewers, within like a few hours of testing it on and off with some sheet metal the valve froze up at halfway shut. I banged the nib on a piece of wood a few times and it forced the valve open, where it's now permanently stuck. The ink freeflows into the nib pretty well, but it doesn't get as juicy as the one with the working valve. storing it nib side down keeps it nice and ready to write.

All in all a really nice marker, it's sturdy and cute, the cap goes on real firmly, and it's got a pretty mean nib for the body size. Try to avoid xylene but if you really like a particular xylene ink for it, it'll do fine if you babysit it a little.

They're really fun for eggshells, too ~ !

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

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