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OTR .006 Soultip Steel Nib Emp
OTR .006 Soultip Steel Nib Empty Marker
4 Reviews 4.3 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
OTR .006 Soultip Steel Nib Empty Marker

by Bobby Hampton -Read all my Reviews 10/08/2017
This is a cool marker to add to your kit, but definitely not a standalone tool. Here’s my suggestion of how to incorporate this: Buy two of these, two toxic shockers, and two bottles of magic ink (black and white). Fill one of each marker with black, and the other with white. Now you can write on absolutely anything and everything regardless of the surface, and it all fits in your pocket. The steel nib is awesome for crusty stuff. It marks on everything except for smooth vertical surfaces - and that’s where the toxic shockers pick up the slack.

Seriously, if you’re looking for a minimalist kit this is what you need. This marker itself is barely larger than a presto white out pen, it holds a lot more paint, and it is nice and clean in your pocket. It’s not incredibly versatile but it can do what other markers simply can’t.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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by ClevR187 -Read all my Reviews 08/04/2016
I have a few of these, use them as my everyday mop. Have only filled with paint so far (AP MOP 1.0 formula, Junobo and OTR Soultip) no inks. A lot of fun. If you plan on using the 7mm nib be prepared to buy some replacements. Steel roller takes a little getting use to but the longevity is nice. Nibs have the tendency to want to pop out so be careful when opening the cap. All in all great little mop.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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by Johndee -Read all my Reviews 02/01/2016
This little guy is a lot of fun. First thing tho' DON'T expect to get the hang of it right away. if you dont like it no big deal, pick up a $.99 7mm nib when you buy this and you can still use it. That said, when you get the hang of the roller ball it can be great. It helps to keep it filled, paint is the best thing for this. Personally I have had no luck with inks. This guy is a happy medium mop. Angle, Pressure, Speed. Your not going to get a crisp line with this like you would a standard mop. you will get some blowouts, some flooding. but be creative use that to your advantage. The ball bearing is super smooth and needs a little bit of a toothy surface to write on like painted rusty metal, weathered wood, brick/concrete, the only real way to get a steady even flow is vertically. you can use this on granite window ledges on old builings/banks/schools/police stations/parking blocks. Sure you could use this on the ground, but I just don't like the idea of any one walking all over me, and why should you.
-TIP- If you press to hard the ball will stop moving. Practice on he boxes you get from AP.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]

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by Seyes71o -Read all my Reviews 03/27/2015
These little things are dope. The ball cuts the line in half sometimes so you'll have two really thin lines, but it looks cool either way. Throw one of the Toxic shockers and some Speedflow in thing thing and you've got a buttery smooth black line. Definitely pick one up if you want a squeeze mop that's a bit smaller than the Drip Mop Mini.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

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