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Otr Markers

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by KaRkUs, Jun 21, 2004.

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  1. KaRkUs

    KaRkUs Member

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    this is a pretty toy topic but i was just wondering if theres any actual difference, in the pen itself not the ink which is held within, between the otr 0.70 / hard to buff and the 0.84 / flowpens.

    pretty simple question really, would sort of like to know :p

    peace out
  2. Dsenter NAV

    Dsenter NAV Senior Member

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    dont know, actually havent used an otr. but i do now the 2 most important things are ink and nib.
  3. Dsenter NAV

    Dsenter NAV Senior Member

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    and if u wanna know y i havent used an otr, it cos i dont have a credit card andd so i havent bought one
  4. Resk One

    Resk One Senior Member

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    Well i think the flowpen is for drips but i dont know if its just the ink or the marker itself, never used one.
  5. the infamous one

    the infamous one Elite Member

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    i dont think theres any difference apart from the fact that flowpens have a pump valve.
  6. neurosis

    neurosis Senior Member

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    drippy-ass pink flowpen.... :wub:
  7. pogopope

    pogopope Senior Member

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    i have one of each... im pretty sure theyre the same markers just w/ diffrent inks.

    and dsenter you dont need a credit card, you can use a money order thats what i do.
  8. zil

    zil Senior Member

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    ya they are pretty much the same.. sept the flowie is clear... only the ink is diff...
  9. jurass finish first

    jurass finish first Elite Member

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    so does the hard to buff though
  10. Ravek

    Ravek Elite Member

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    i love the flowpen
  11. the_uniBOMBER

    the_uniBOMBER Elite Member

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    pretty well the only difference is the ink

    the flowpen has drippy ink
    the hard to buff has more permanent ink

    both are fun
  12. AsTeK

    AsTeK Senior Member

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    And they both funny and eazy to mix some shit
  13. KaRkUs

    KaRkUs Member

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    o sweet as thats sort of what i was thinking aswell :D thanks you guys

    peace out
  14. oblong

    oblong Elite Member

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    flowpen ink is alot thinner and therefore drips
    h2b ink is thicker and clings better
  15. i would say they are the same. (except for the ink...)
  16. broke.down

    broke.down Senior Member

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  17. HeTaK-cac

    HeTaK-cac Senior Member

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    they are the same but the hard to buff is most permanent and de ink do nice drips
  18. RevOne

    RevOne Member

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    most OTR's are the same and the ink and nib are different
  19. prophet

    prophet Member

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    i dont no the difference but i do no that the otr htb was the best thing i ever bought but dang not even a week and im almost out of ink
  20. Zhero

    Zhero Senior Member

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    get a flowpen for its clear container, cause you need the extra style points, and buy some h2b ink. now you got the best of both worlds