I like the really circular nib, which is durable, and without squeezing you get minimal drips, which is nice if you just want to get a tag up, not a giant splotch of ink on the wall. If your into mad drips it does that too. Garvey and Pilot ink mixed works great
Was not pleased with these, they don\'t work on a lot of brands and they clog very easily, also I got like a delay from the time i pressed down until paint came thru, and it was really messed and weird.
AP Reply: The delay is most likely caused by a cheap valve system try using the grey dot with Belton Molotow or Montana they will work great and give you clean thin lines. Grey dots will also work well on Krylon. Givem another shot. There is a reason why they are one of our best selling caps.
I like these, they work well on Walmart, Krylon and Rusto, and the off branches of Rusto, America\'s Finest/Accents. They arent as uniform of a softball shape as NY\'s. They can fill, and then close up you can do an outline. They\'re good for fills mostly.