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Art Primo Toxic Shocker
Art Primo Toxic Shocker
94 Reviews 4.5 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Art Primo Toxic Shocker
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$1.99

 
 
 
by TOXICGAYBOI -Read all my Reviews 05/03/2014
yea this marker is really good. wish it could drip. but overall great product.

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

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by Skorch -Read all my Reviews 04/11/2014
Just did a quick update; I filled this marker with marsh ink and left it for a while (was sticking to the drip mop mini) and it softened up the plastic. Now I can actually squeeze it and get drips, or just write without any streaks. If I hadn't already given it full stars, I would have bumped it up.

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

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by Lootem_is_a_dick -Read all my Reviews 04/03/2014
Lots of people misunderstood what the toxic shocker is. It's basically a free-flow marker, because you can't squeeze it, but it has a flow restrictor in the nib so you don't destroy your pocket. It's small, concealable, and if you use a nice thin ink, like speedflow or a dye based ink, you can even get drips with proper juicing. It takes some practice, so I recommend getting some before you go do some streaky tags. I've run inks as thick as smash no problem, but it won't be dripping, so don't go in expecting that! If you're reading this review, then understand this marker isn't foolproof! However, it'll last you forever (save for nibs). I've fallen on, stepped on, thrown, left in the snow, dropped from about three stories up a ladder, and god knows what else to this marker, and it is fine. The thick plastic body prevents squeezing but it is as strong (or stronger) than the metal bodies of some markers. And best of all it's cheap! Get it, and a few nibs, and have fun.

Side note, the flow restrictor can be removed and it won't leak If you make it tight, but you have no control of the ink flow. It'll be messy and ridiculous unless you're using something quite thick. Remember to practice if you want to actually get good tags down.

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

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by Save5pointz -Read all my Reviews 02/11/2014
NOT SQUEZZEABLE!!!! I thought that this would be a descent marker for smash! it is just a waste of smash! also they toxic shocker is not printed on the mop it is a sticker they put on. but the sticker is just slapped with no care!!!! its ok! but its not great for tagging!

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

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by TOON -Read all my Reviews 01/30/2014
I like this... lol this is the first review that I started out with that phrase. ctfu Why you may ask?... That's because I LIKE THIS. Even though it is a very simple build and is NOT SQUEEZABLE... I REPEAT FOR ALL YOU DRIP LOVERS... NOT SQUEEZABLE. It still can produce a very OPAQUE JUICY LINE... Mind you on the RIGHT SURFACES (Smooth metal, Paper, Plastic, Trash cans, Phone Booths,etc) But BUMPY surfaces are this things worst enemy. The same rule applies for this as the Mini Drip Mop and the MINI CRUSHER... The nibs tend to wear out fast. The good thing is the website also carries the replaceable nibs so make sure when you purchase this you buy 10-15 nibs.

One of the greatest qualities to this thing that you wont find with other refillable markers is that it DOES NOT waste much ink. I have used it plenty of times with still plenty left in the tube to spare. I guess since its not squeezable your not wasting it running all over the surface to the floor. So if you get a nice sized ink with a few of these you will be in the game for the long run ;)

(NOTE: Use these tools wisely. Don't purchase 1 tool like this and expect to write on everything. Certain surfaces require a different medium. So walk around with 5 or 6 mediums... A can... a Mo hair Drip mop ... A mini Drip Mop... A steel tip mop. A Art Primo Mean Streak AKA HOBO, a Krink True Bleed and maybe some cutys and you will be good for all the surfaces to come. That way you wont have to rely on one tool doing all of the work. )

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

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by prizzle -Read all my Reviews 09/28/2013
this marker works the best with money shot ink.. the ink is dye based so it wont mess up your nib. you can refill it as many times as you want with money shot..plus if you face it down before a tag and press real hard you can get drips. legit drips homies !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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

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