Same great quality as the Mini Drip mop nibs. If you have the body of a marker, it's a good idea to keep extra nibs around for it. Especially mop nibs. Fits perfectly in the AP Cutty mop. Nice tight fit to help prevent blow outs.
It doesn't get any more cutty cugino! I can fit 2 in my coin pocket without it bulging or drawing attention. 2 in each regular pocket is obviously no issue I like these for light missions or impromptu missions. Firm body but enough squeeze to drip if that's your bag. Cutty won't last long with heavy drips tho.
You won't get a whole bunch of tags but you'll get enough to scratch that itch. Maybe 10 to 20 tags depending on tag size and drips. 2 to 4 different color Cuttys and a back pocket full of slaps will make for a fun afternoon. No cross body bag, sling, or backpack needed.
Quality product just as you would expect from Krink. On glass, this product gets as reflective as the shiny side of tin foil, or maybe a little more so. The smoother the surface, the better the reflection. There is a definite difference between this Chrome and the Krink Silver. Expensive tags compared to other inks or paints, but not off the charts expensive imo. Gotta treat yo self once in a while.
What I have done is filled an Art Primo cutty mop with the Chrome out of this mop in an attempt to ration it. I'm not big on drips, so I should be able to gets some decent tags out of the cutty. If not, I've got a few more refills to get out of the original mop.
Good nib and nice size marker body. The gold looks great on light surfaces but doesn't pop much on darks. The price was nice, and It was worth it to get as a pocket sizzlr then refill marker. Id take a Taiwan pilot gold over this in a heartbeat though.