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Molotow High Solid 627 One 4 All Marker
Designed specifically to meet the high standards of professional artists. The High Solid markers have great coverage. Molotow's patented Flowmaster Valve system allows the paint to flow evenly with more consistency than any marker of its style. The high-flow nib applies solid streak free lines.
The Jumbo version of this marker means you have more paint to work with. This marker features a 15mm nib that is replaceable. REFILLABLE with 1.5 fluid oz capacity.
chef btc 11/03/2014
Got a few tags up with one of my mates purple, dope colour, absolutely no streaks, smooth writing, opaque as hell. Gets buffed easy yes.. It's paint so that's expected.. What I am concerned about is the fade, some of those tags have been up nearly a year, they are now white not purple, but all round nice marker, good for getting up if your not worried about buff, but I'd recommend more for art/canvas use then street bombing (APREPLY)Although these are Paint, they are an Acrylic Water-based paint which is as you described; Best for Art and Canvases. Keep in mind not all Paint is created equally or for the same purposes. 4 of 5 Stars!
These are amazing! A little pricey but definitely worth the money. Very opaque and nib lasts long time 5 of 5 Stars!
AMAZING. Comes out thick and no streaks. Purple one kicks ass! 5 of 5 Stars!
Middle shock blue is the sh*t!! 4 of 5 Stars!
the comparason chart is WRONG these only have 30ml of paint......... i measured it out myself because it did not look right..... other then that these are great..... if you plan on emetying out the marker and keeping the paint for the smaller markers you get a lil bit of a deal..... you get 30ml of ink and a couple bucks more u get a brand new marker..... but all in all if u just want the paint from if just get a refill if you can as they have nice tips for easy refilling 5 of 5 Stars!
ok this has to be the smoothest writing marker of this nib size (besides the burner black). The paint is bright vivid super opaque (it covered a line i had made with garvey) and the colors are all amazing. On top of this its easily refillable the size is nice and the body is awesome. I cant say enough good things about this marker 5 of 5 Stars!
Flows Great most of the time. Lasted 2 das and got buffed, didnt leave a ghost, but it smeared. Still like em though!(apreply) Dude you want a burner marker. These are high quality art markers. They arent designed for staining 4 of 5 Stars!
I can never get it to flow the way I want it to, but I'm new at all this. I love how loose the paint is, but I still can't get a consistent line, I guess I'm used to squeezing, these you push the tip in. Haven't revisited anything I've done with it yet so I don't know how it's holding up. Lots of paint in there, too. It's cool, I want to try out another some day that's for sure. 3 of 5 Stars!
Question: I know Acrylic is not good for use on skin but since this is water based are they usable to draw temporary tattoos on skin? Or is that not recommended? Also long would they last on skin and how long would they be removed?
Answer:(AP Reply)These are water-based Acylics. With that being said, Acrylic when try blocks of pores from breathing so while a short period of time with it on skin might not be harmful, we don/t recommend for long hours. These would do just fine for live art and details.
Question: Yo AP, hows this marker hold up against the buff? And yes i know Anything can be buffed but some are more hard to buff then others.. So how does this one hold up? Like in snow, rain, sunlight, a paint buff, a chemical buff ect... Thanks guys!
Answer:(AP Reply)This is a water-based acrylic. This marker is not meant to be buff proof or resistant. This marker is best for canvases, wood, and clothing.
Question: hi I wanted to paint on leather jackets i was wondering which marker to use .. and also do i have to use any type of sealer or clear coat to protect the paint longevity ? what should i use for best results ?
Answer:(AP Reply)Contact us! We have a little Molotow booklet that has some great advice on this! email@example.com
Question: Can these be used for bombing?
Question: I ordered all of the 627's and some of them don't have a colour label on them. I know I can easily find the colours on your site but can you please label them in the future?
Answer:(AP Reply)We don't label them, the factory does. The recent shipments have the bar code. The previous ones don't. We have a variety of both in stock right now so you might get a few of each. There really isn't a lot of colors and you will be able to identify them by the color of the cap like me in no time.
Question: Are you guys gonna make smaller nib attachments for these?
Answer:(AP Reply)We don't make this friend, we are the distributor for Molotow. We can tell you if you need this in a smaller size try the 227 or 127 One4All markers.
Question: whats the best color?
Answer:(AP Reply)I like Currant
Question: Can i add some woodstain and raven oil to this sh*t i was thinking it would mess up cause its paint but took a closer look and it says its aycrlic ink does that just mean its paint thinned down to paint consistency Cheers
Answer:(AP Reply)The whole point of the High solid is the paint that's in it. Its a special hybrid artist paint that is really in its own class. Its not a tagging pen. You should buy an empty marker if you want to experiment with unusual stainer combos.