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Art Primo Press-N-Go Empty Marker - Standard
8 Reviews 4.8 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Art Primo Press-N-Go Empty Marker - Standard

by Poop Frogg -Read all my Reviews 06/17/2022
I fill mine with an Ironlak paint/ OTR speedflow mix for sick, controlled drips. It writes on everything I've tried it on so far. The only way I can think of to improve it would be a larger reservoir.

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

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by 324 -Read all my Reviews 01/14/2021
Filled one up with white Magic Ink and I'm so incredibly stoked every time I use it. One of my fave tools right now.

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

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by Graditude -Read all my Reviews 02/27/2020
What an amazing way to write! Having not encountered metal tipped correction pens in the past, these were suck a treat to discover. I destroyed a couple of these nibs by using oil paint (bargain bin elementary art grade) and a few drops of Magic Ink. The cheap paint clogged the valve, not even acetone would bring it back.

I've had a few last much longer with OTR 901/Magic Ink/Steve Garvey. Too many drips if you can believe it! I was surprised by the amount of paint these can lay with a good squeeze.

Just because these can write on rough surfaces, might not mean they should *laughing while crying emoji* rocks and raw wood scare me, even though I'm confident this pen could leave a mark. I wipe the tip after use, as often some paint will cling to it.

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

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by Baze -Read all my Reviews 02/07/2020
These things are way softer then I expected. The tips often get clogged with my special mixture.

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

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by GASP23 -Read all my Reviews 08/26/2019
This product really grew on me over time. At first, it can seem very snaggy, and can write very streaky. However, if you give it some practice, these things can be very effective. Much like a mop, the thickness of the paint has a lot to do with how hard you need to squeeze it. At the same time, the harder you're squeezing it, the more you can press down on the surface itself without scraping the center of the strokes. It will all come to you with trial and error.

I've mainly tried two fills: rustoleum white bucket paint mixed with green pilot ink to a mint green color and pink OTR soultip paint. The rustoleum is great, but requires a pretty tight squeeze to maintain enough flow. Because of this, you have to write very slowly if you want any dripping, which is fine by me. Soultip paint is much runnier, and it is easy to get drips. It requires a much gentler touch than the other fill.

If you clog the tip and cannot get it back to normal through flushing it with solvent, you can carefully use pliers to pull the metal tip out of the plastic screw lid. This will cause the spring and plunger to come out, and you can clean all the parts and pick whatever debris there is out of it, then reassemble. Be careful not to crush any of the parts while using the pliers, or you will ruin the marker permanently.

As for criticism, I think that the pentel presto that is it modeled after has a better feeling body that is easier to squeeze and slightly larger. If they were able to mimic that more closely, I think it would be better. I also think that the filler neck of the body is too narrow. It is hard to fill without using a dropper, and it is hard to find a mixing ball that will fit into it. I have found success using the balls that are inside of skateboard bearings. It is nice that you can unscrew it rather than having to pop it open like the presto, but it isn't that big of a hassle to do so on a presto.

4/5. Great product and I recommend it, but I think it could be a little better.

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

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by Wise_R -Read all my Reviews 05/08/2019
Well...this little correction pen got me in a flashback to my high school days and mobbin' every where I went! Simply, one of the greatest instruments in my every day carry! It is just a fun little pen that I can not stop writing with it! I filled mine with silver Montana Black dye ink (I could never get myself to like using Montana dye ink or marker paint and I do not know why because their spray paint is one of my favorites), and boy, oohhh, boyy! Did it pop! The silver Montana Black dye ink was very shiny and chrome like, but I will get back to the pen review. The body looks cheap, but I can assure you it is very durable, and very squeeze-able (sp?). It has been about a month give or take that I have been using it, and I have ran over 250ml through it (filled it with Dr.Guts once I ran out of the silver Montana Black). The only con I can really think of with what I have experienced is clogging the valve tip. This pen does not like semi-wet buff/paint/repaint trash cans etc. It tends to clog the tip. From what I can put together from using white out corrections pens from my past and then using the AP correction pen now is that the AP correction pen has a metal tip with a metal stem valve that compresses and allows the ink/paint to flow while you squeeze. Ok, I am older so I like to tinker and take shii apart and see how things work! The older correction pens had different style metal tips, so I dug out a correction pen in which had the closest resemblence in metal tips (I know, I know, I am rambling now!). I discovered that the metal tip on the correction pen I found had the similar metal feed tip, but this company used a ball bearing like roller ball pen with the spring valve. I am losing track of my review, the AP press-n-go with the stem type valve tip is superior for graffiti specific use over having a ball bearing type valve tip because over time the wear on the ball bearing tip would cause the ball bearing to get lost over time. The stem style valve tip on the AP press-n-go does show wear over time and can be cleaned when it gets stuck/clogged.

Now, to deal with the complaint of clogged or stuck stems you can clean it with isopropyl alcohol, denatured alcohol, or acetone and get back on the road, but you WILL find yourself rubbing your tip off (no pun! Hahaha) or solvent flush again. Well, what I figured was since a ball bearing tip correction pen has the round ball to roll smoothly even on those semi-wet repainted or buffed surfaces, how can I make the AP press-n-go just as consistent if not better than the tried and true white out pens. I clogged my AP press-n-go constantly most especially when I would write fast which meant you press down harder on the surface you are writing on. So, let me get to the final point, what I did to reduce cloggin or sticking stem tips was I filed down the metal feed tip (NOT the inner stem valve itself) to a rounder edge so it does not score the writing surface and cause the stem to get clogged or stuck while hitting off.

It is not a big deal to actually effect the review and greatness of the AP press-n-go because I am rating it a 5 out of 5 star. If you are a true ink head, handstyler, mobber, then you best have this in your every day carry and if not, you best hop on it! It will change your game! Make shii fun! Establish better handstyle! Get you up! Get you up in smaller spots! Get you up in spots where you can not get a marker/mop/can/scribe into! And it is mad cheap in price!

Don't know about it; be about it, gang! The way GR was acting in the review, I felt the same way! Too legit to quit!

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

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