I just got this in the mail yesterday and I really like this marker a lot. It glides super smooth and feels good to write with. One thing you need to know is that there's a tiny spring/flow regulator in the nib and you have to keep the ball point fully depressed and pushed in as you write, or you'll end up with spots in your tag where it'll streak and skip out on you. You can fill it with ink or paint depending on your preference and the body of this marker is exactly the same size as the OTR .006. This means that if you get sick of using the ball point, you can put an OTR .006 nib in it and use it as a mop. I've already tried it and it fits perfectly.
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I'm really glad AP has these, because I can never find these in office supply stores anymore. I like these a lot better than the White-Out pens. The major difference between this one and the pen shaped ones is obviously the body, but also the nib is slightly longer on the White-Out pens. With the metal point on the nib being shorter, you don't have to push the nib in as far to get the paint to flow, and it seems like it doesn't get snagged on things as easily either. The body on the Presto is more solid too, which means it doesn't warp or get twisted up as easily when it comes time to refill it.
Another can that the Yellow Sekt adapter works really good on, is the Universal Rust-oleum cans.(the cans w/ the weird trigger sprayer on top) With a NY fat, it sprays solid, thick lines and flares really nice. It's like having an old Krylon can with a NY fat on it, but with more solid looking lines.(APREPLY) Finally! Someone who gets Yellow one.
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Everyone already knows how good this cap is, but I just wanted to let people know about the NEW ColorPlace cans. Alot of the caps that used to work on ColorPlace cans won't work on the new ones. The valve on the new cans seems like it's a little wider and the Rusto fats fit it perfectly, and push out a really high volume of paint. Basically, This is gonna be your new cap for fill-ins w/ Colorplace..
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These nibs flow great with ink or paint and will fit on a few different non-graffiti products. I know they fit on CVS brand stain stick,Benadryl Itch relief pen, and probably some others that I haven't tried. I wish I could find the squeezable ones the other reviewer mentioned,but I live in the armpit of Mass and there aren't alot of arts & craft stores. The few we have get cleaned out on a daily basis.
If you've never owned one of these,once you get the nib flared out on it, the size if it will AMAZE you. It will write about the same size as a small mop and the flow is ridiculous. The smell of this marker gave me acid flashbacks.It has the exact same smell as the old Testors markers I used back in like '91-'92.(wich were also dope once you flared them) 5 out of 5 for the O.G. Pentel White.