I hope I just received a bunk marker, but it wrote horribly. I either had to flood the nib to hell to get it to write even semi-decently, or I had to put up with a streaky marker that just did not write. More often than not, my result was a sudden spurt of chrome when writing or getting a result that made it look like it had been semi-buffed already. (AP REPLY) Sounds like you flooded the nib with the pigment. You really have to shake these markers since metallic pigment is heavier than regular it will form a paste when left sitting for a while. If you try actuating the nib without shaking/ diluting the pigment, the sludge will clog your nib and not be able to pass through the valve. Hit us up; firstname.lastname@example.org
Second weekend going out tagging with this cap and I am not impressed. Using Montana black and Flame Blue paint I went out and did my thing and this cap is prone to clog up. On top of that the spray is not that wide. Art Primo please bring back the IronLak ghetto blaster... its way better!!
Chrome is shiny but I wouldn/t run it through a mop.(needs lots of shaking)
The green (not the neon) is personally not the color I was after, I call it liberty green because its green with a blue hue.
Nice flow, good fade resistance in full sun.