I got one in gold a few months back and it wrote so well with streak-free lines, opaque coverage, and a strong nib. My only problem was the mixing ball inside of it kept getting stuck to the bottom of the marker. It wouldn't come out no matter how many times I shook it. After hitting it against the wall it came un-stuck and worked. But until then, it was just pushing out pure pigment. Still enjoyed using this product.
A classic. Pricey but fun to occasionally get. No streaks when squeezed and very opaque clean lines. Good even drips aswell. Not extremely fade resistant and definitely not buff-proof, but good marker. Refill with smash ink when you're all out (or soul tip paint if you don't paint often) and also get a couple spare nibs. They tend to be fragile.
Great stuff but I would recommend now just getting an AP Solid Marker since we have that option now. But if you insist on getting a sakura, get a darker color, as florescent colors fade to white overtime. Also these cant write well on smooth surfaces, as AP Solids can. Still a classic marker.
For the little time I've had this marker it was a lot of fun. Went to a party with it in my pocket. Got really drunk and had sex with some random chick and then left it in my buddies car. Haven't seen it since :( but our short time together was lovely. I hope to meet her again some day. (I'm talking about the marker) But in all seriousness it runs through ink quickly obviously so pick up a refill if you cop one. Nib falls out easily so be careful when writing too.
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