Dope lil' cans. Tiny size makes 'em easy to bring along or stash. One may use a magnet to silence the metal mixing ball. Silly string will come out before paint, so make sure you do some test sprays not on the wall.
As a low pressure paint Flame Blue sprays slower, therefore easier to control. Compared to Montana Black or Rustoleum there's a noticeably less rush for paint to escape. As such, Flame Blue is much less likely to create drips. It will respond to caps less exaggerated than higher pressure counterparts. Came with Flame Super Fine cap, which produces a crisp tiny line. I've been digging an orange dot lately for quicker thicker but still controllable lines.
Got these from 621 originally and love them. Colors are vibrant and the marker alone is dope. No issues with the tips clogging or busting. Writes on a ton of surfaces. Refillable of course, get some magic ink to add to some white paint after it’s empty. So glad to see 621 doing big things and glad more people will have access!!!
Sparkling fun! Gelly Rolls require little additional pressure to mark (less than bic) especially held upright/perpendicular to writing surface. Bit-o-flow, cool pen cool effect.
The pen's barrel is sturdy. They can be cut down with the end plug reinserted if you prefer a smaller pen. Posts sturdily, easy to differentiate colors.
Ink's unique glitter effect shimmers speckles of light atop the pens color. It doesn't reflect like a chrome would-- stardust is much less uniform, speckles jumping around the ink as the view or light source moves. Although the glitter is seen well reflecting on dark paper, the ink is not particularly opaque. These pens also skip or refuse to write on some smoother surfaces (I swear I shook it really well too!! /s)