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Molotow High Solid 127 Marker
Molotow High Solid 127 Marker
44 Reviews 4.9 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Molotow High Solid 127 Marker
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by Loop Digga -Read all my Reviews 10/10/2013
Molotow One For All 127 markers are sexy. Think of them as refillable super-sharpies, that are available in a much larger range of colors. Yes they're $4, but it's oh so worth the extra dough. For blackbooking they work like a charm, and they work on anything smooth (signs, stalls, etc.) that's out on the streets too. Molotow isn't just one of the most popular brands in graffiti for nothing (Like Krink...), they are at that position because they make high quality products.

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

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by DRANK -Read all my Reviews 06/05/2021
best marker for highlights ever!

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

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by Graditude -Read all my Reviews 02/01/2021
I wouldn't have believed pump markers could be this precise and consistent before I tried them. I REALLY like the EF 1mm nib, it is more rigid and tactile than the 1.5 and 2mm nibs, which is great for details and fun to write with. Paint will sometimes dry on the side of the 1mm nib, but it's easy to wipe off, and usually doesn't effect flow.

All nibs are sturdy and (using One4All paint) easily washable in the sink, perfect for changing colors!

Speaking of paint inside these... acrylic was a bad word to me, so I wasn't expecting these to hold up outside; however, I was pleasantly surprised the color purist months after. Shake this ish!! Larger nib markers will probably write fine at first without shaking, but the paint does separate quite a bit.

Okay, the whole reason I wanted to write this review: I have noticed using the 1mm an unshaken marker will often mark a shade or two darker than the color. At least in the couple blues and greens I've tried. I suspect this is because how it separates-- less bright pigment is being delivered? Anyway, maybe useful for shading..? I think so.

If you're not sure you'll like these, buy an EF white 127 and an Art Primo Black Pad

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

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by JAPE -Read all my Reviews 10/27/2020
I haven't bought these markers for the 12 years they've been out until recently. I splurged a bit and bought 40 of them. And they are amazing. I wish the ink refills were a bit cheaper but they are amazing. For canvases these are a dream to write with. They have replaceable nibs so these markers will be in my arsenal for the next 10 years.

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

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by Mpire22 -Read all my Reviews 11/16/2018
Hella fresh colors. Thick like mayo, bright like nature. And true to molotow cans. Great for getting that idea into living color. Just buy em' stop waffling.

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

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by Funky monkey -Read all my Reviews 10/31/2016
No more words needed

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

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