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Art Primo Mini Crusher
Art Primo Mini Crusher
83 Reviews 4.4 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Art Primo Mini Crusher
[1002304]
$2.49

 
 
 
by Soze -Read all my Reviews 03/05/2016
This mop is just ehhhh. its ok. The nib flows real nice, but the body is pretty hard. Not really that squeezable unless you got like shrek hands or some sh*t xD Don't leave solvent or alcohol based inks or paints in this because after a while, the gasses produced from the solvents makes the body of the mop swell, and then the nib becomes loose, which it already isn't that tight, and then when the mop is squeezed it pops out. I had one of these filled with pink otr 401 soultip paint back when I first started writing, and after leaving the paint in the mop for a week. I went to write with it, and when I squeeze the mop, the nib popped off and I got pink paint all over my bike rim. I was pissed.
OVERALL: It flows GREAT with a dye based ink. It drips well with dye based inks, but because it is harder to squeeze, and has a mohair nib, it is terrible with anything pigmented or thick. BUT, it is a steal for the price, so you could just cop a few of these and a few black pilot refills. I would only give it a 3 or 4 outta 5.

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

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by Soze -Read all my Reviews 02/14/2016
Yea, this is just aight. Works well. KINDA hard to squeeze. you gotta wear it in. DO NOT keep solvent based ink or paint in it for too long. the gases stretch out the body of the mop, causing the nib to become loose, which can make the nib pop out when squeezed. Wastes a LOT of paint when this happens. happened to me my first time i copped this mop. OVERALL, great price! Nib is hella durable. USE DYE BASED INKS ONLY! If you got hands of steel, you can use smash ink tho...

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

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by whynot152 -Read all my Reviews 02/09/2016
Had to write another review on the mohair nib don't see how this can take any abuse it rips quicker then the regular nibs do. I have a mini drip mop and I still have the original nib after numerous refills, I just replaced the mini crusher nib and after on tag on smooth wood surface I can see the nib lifting already!! AP need to make a 17mm regular nib for this ASAP.

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

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by whynot152 -Read all my Reviews 12/22/2015
Love this mop fits nicely in ur pocket and has a nice size nib, only thing I have been destroying the nibs!! My 1st didn't lasted till it's 1st refill the 2nd didn't fair so well, and I already ripped the 3rd and the mop was just filled :( So be mindful on the surface you used this on and buy the replacement nibs packs in bulk.

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

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by Trav D -Read all my Reviews 10/19/2015
This marker would be SOOO much better with a normal Felt tip nib. I mean since its a mop no ones gunna use it on a ruff surface even with a mohair nib, so theres no point for the mohair, i rock with felt, it flows way better.. U should try it ap! Like make a few thousand of 17mm felt nibs for this and see how they sell and see how the feedback is about it

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

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by Trav D -Read all my Reviews 09/29/2015
This mop is aright... My boy was using it and mid flow nip popped out cuz he was sqeezing and the whole thing dumped out all the ink.. And before that happened i noticed the nib doesnt go into the mop "flush" nd tight

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

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