Overall I'm pretty happy with this metal tip dude. Lots of drips, good control, and of course that killer metal tip for writing on literally anything. My biggest gripe I think lies in the metal tip itself, it seems to leak around where the metal shaft joins the plastic base that screws in. I also find it not helpful that after a certain point if I turn it upside down the ink just leaks out everywhere. I can even shake the body and make splatter patterns, which is fun but a waste of expensive ink if that's what I'm using.
When you run out of ink, and you on a budget. I recommend buying Milwaukee permanent markers in a 3 pack and take the ink out of that and use some sort of tool (think creatively you artist you) and squeeze it into a funnel that you have stuck in your 367 marker and there ya go. Same coppery finish. It may be molotow ink haha. Then watch GR video on how to recycle ink on YouTube and your good to go for long time.
Maybe im just bias cuz im used to writin with the the low temp yellow label skauras over the regular purple label high temp sakuras. Theyre a bit tougher and less buttery than most regular streaks. To each their own tho thats just my preference. If u like real buttery streaks this is perfect for u. Imma order few more tho see how they do in the winter
Bit too buttery for my liking. The color is dope af especially for being a silver streak but its too buttery forms a build up of paint around the paint stick even if your spinning the marker to avoid that. Maybe itll perform better in the cold weather during the winter.
This is pretty typical paint, you can run it through pretty much any marker, I have only tried the black and silver, they are both pretty good. The chrome is not the shiniest, but is still pretty visible from a distance. Overall good ink, would recommend.