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  • This product had a total of 355 reviews as of our last analysis date on Jul 1 2020.
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Great price my daughter will love them

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I bought to my daughter. She is an artist. And she loves this product.**English is not my first language. I apologize if I made...  Read More


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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    I haven't had them long enough to discern if the leaky ones are prone to a shorter lifespan, but there weren't exactly puddles in each cap.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    One thing i noticed that no other reviewers seemed to make mention of is that when compared to competing products (in my case, prismacolor fineliners, levenger raven black bottled ink, levenger standard black fountain cartridges, and brush pens from kuretake [fudegokochi ls1-10 & ls4-10], pilot, copic [gasenfude], and pentel) this brand definitely does not lay down quite as opaque (or perhaps just not as dark) a black as would be desired by serious hobbyist- or professional-level users for inking illustrations.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Again it's not a terribly big deal, really hardly even noticeable unless compared side-by-side directly with other inks, and even then it seems like the absolute darkest of inks were those less likely to claim archival, waterproof, or lightfast qualities like these or prismacolor's lining markers.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    None of the nibs feel flimsy or brittle, nor do they catch in the tooth of even rougher textured paper, and the ink lays precisely in uniform width and darkness with minimal tendency to feather or bleed to excess in even low-end, cheaper quality paper.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    While technically the ss & l felt nibs are the only ones labeled brush tipped, the calligraphy (xs, s, m) line would actually more closely fall under the increasingly popular brush/fude pen umbrella, with pressure-variable line width owed to the angular plastic nibs closely resembling those of the pilot pocket brush (firm; navy blue barrel), the kuretake fudegokochi (ls1-10; black barrel), and as i understand the tombow fudenosuke and zebra fude product lines; further as none of these are true (bristled) brushes, nor are they flat chisel-esque tips like the calligraphy product lines offered by kuretake/zig or sakura(/micron).


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The closest likeness i've found in shape is actually the kuretake/zig clean color real brush line, but instead of nylon bristles it's a sharply terminating thin felt tip, and as such it offers the greatest range of line widths of the whole set (from the #02 with light pressure on the very tip, to just wider than even the l along their sides).


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The caps are very hard to pull off.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Upon delivery two of them had exploded so it was a little messy at first.

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