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Pentel White Shorty - 100W
Pentel White Shorty - 100W
57 Reviews 4.7 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Pentel White Shorty - 100W

by MAEM -Read all my Reviews 07/17/2010
these are about "3.5 long and as wide as your standard jumbo pump marker. once the nib is broken in or flared it writes super smooth. i love this marker but the only thing that sucked was that i thought it wasn't refillable but if you read enough about graff you'll find out that some writers used to refill these markers with ink.

you can refill it by using a pilot ink dropper or any dropper and a long needle. take out the nib, insert the long needle and use the dropper to fill the opening to the top with ink. now keep pressing the needle up and down till the ink sinks down into the marker. repeat till the ink stops going down. this may take a while but you get a pentel shorty filled with the ink of your choice! and it's quieter because you won't have to shake it like you did when it was full of paint.. how dope is this marker now?

you can use this method with any pump action marker that's not refillable like krink's k-70 or the marsh 88.

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

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by GASP23 -Read all my Reviews 08/27/2019
I've personally struggled to get this marker to work well with the stock paint, and I've given multiple markers a large amount of time to break in and get better. I've never been able to get through my 4 letter tag without it going dry, even if I start the first letter with a droplet hanging off of the nib. If you look at the other reviews, I seem to be in the minority with this problem.

These really start to shine for me when you mix in some pilot ink or magic ink. It thins the ink out, giving it the flow it needs, while adding a bit to the opacity. Definitely a great marker after this little mod. You have to take the nib out, pour ink into the nib hole, then take a little needle or chopstick and depress the valve a few times to get it to flow back into the body. It usually takes a few times to achieve the desired color. If the marker runs empty, you can do this same process to refill it with whatever ink you want.

In stock form, I give it 3/5, but you can get it to 4/5 with this little mod.

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

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by Huh What? -Read all my Reviews 03/05/2019

Carry a quarter in your pocket with this guy if the cap gets stuck insert the quarter in the gap between the cap and the body and twist. Should pop right off.

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

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by pztzr -Read all my Reviews 06/27/2017
It's sick and wonderful and a dope @$$ classic for a reason, but the cap on mine got stuck so many times that the plastic collar that transitions from the body to the nib area broke off inside the cap yesterday as I was pulling the lid off.
Luckily I bought two because it's so dope. Needless to say I'll be applying some lubricant to the inside of the cap of the next one.
Also it's cute as hell. Give one to your sweetheart and they'll give you... ;)

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

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by Soze -Read all my Reviews 02/14/2016
Prolly one of the best white markers. The nib is durable as HELL. you can write on a lotta tough sh*t, and the nib will still work. The white paint is an opaque oil based paint. These work on a variety of surfaces. Plastics, metal, glass, smoother cement and concrete, wood, but NO BRICKS. This thing has a considerable ammount of paint in it. It lasts a while. After you get about halfway through the paint in the marker, which is a lot of tags, you can put a bit of garvey, or simmilar ink in it, and then shake the f*ck outta it, and then pump it a bit. You should end up with a lighter color paint than the color ink you mixed into it.
TO PUT IN INK OR REFILL IT: Take out the nib, and then pour a little ink into where the nib was. Then, take a nail and push down the valve. Push in the valve repeatedly until all the ink drains into the marker.
OVERALL: Great marker! You should definitelly cop one in your next order. A MUST in your graffiti marker arsenal

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

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by GreekGod -Read all my Reviews 12/01/2015
This marker sucks dick, if you want a good marker don't buy this. It writes streaky as f*ck, wont mark on alot of surfaces, non refillable (kinda but not really), small ink capacity, and worst of all the cap constantly gets stuck to the body and is almost impossible to get off. I actually broke the cap trying to remove it.

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

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