This is the real f*ckin deal. I know you’re skeptical because this is an elitist brand of ink, but this sh*t is SMASH quality.
I’ve only ran it through mops, but sh*t that’s what this is for.
It’s not too thick like Spring Fever or other “Paint Inks” this sh*t actually separates on glass and almost appears too thin on such a smooth surface; with that being said, it drips well without sacrificing coverage and opacity.
Peep my YT for a review of the True Magenta coming next Saturday.
I got 2 10 packs of these to use for some comission work. i used it on belton, montana black, and rusto.
On the belton its a skinny cap, but its not the cleanest, and it's not my prefered skinny cap to use with belton.
on montana black it's an absolute god like skinny cap. perfect output and smooth lines and flares.
On rusto it's one of the best things i have experianced so far. paired with a sekt adapter, it gives thick clean lines. not skinny, but very clean and thicc.
I wouldnt consider it and "ultra skinny cap" tho.
i had some trouble doing fine details, but maybe thats just my sh*tty can control lol.
overall enjoyable cap to use if your using german montana or rusto with adapters. stay away from belton if your using this. Peace bro's!
Well, I'm back and I don't know how to edit reviews. After using a single black CraftWave Sketchy twin marker everyotherdayish for a month the ink's about depleted. The marker streaks on the chisel's large end refusing to write all together on its tiny side. The brush require decent pressure to mark now, and is noticeably less fine/broken in. I was expecting a bit more life outta this thing, but it's comparable to the amount of ink in a glass magic ink marker.
Now on refilling these... With the lid on, apply pressure to the gray stripe section that holds the brush nib. One can wedge a butter knife to pry out this piece. It came out fairly easy for me, and snapped back in closing up, showing almost no sign of forced entry. As for what to fill these with: it's a gravity feed system a tubey wadding which fits to each tip. You'll need an ink (no paint).
I eye-droppered some Pilot Super Color Ink (despite its "not compatible with other markers" warning) onto the wadding, and that's brought it back to life. Pilot or magic ink might weaken the plastic long term, but might be worth it for stronger writes on outdoor surfaces. There are likely inks out there better suited to refill these (Spectrum Noir?), I just liked what it came with and wished it had more.