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Dalo broad marker -

Quick Overview

Extra large paint capacity. Write sharp, defined, bright marks on any surface including metal, plastic, glass, concrete, rubber and more. Ergonomically correct marker that enables you to mark at all angles, even upside down. Marker retains its shape. Able to use all its paint with no waste. Paint flow is controlled by the bulb at the end of the barrel. Drying Time: 25 to 35 minutes.

Medium tip makes a 3/32" (2.4mm) wide mark

USD$5.95
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    bold & thick & totally opaque
    Review by Matthew / (Posted on 4/29/2016)
    Great bold, thick ink, opaque ink quality. Not the most consistent line quality. Awesome on rubber.
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    dalos are great markers if you into steel tip markers come out mad fresh and are extra permanent dope marker
    Review by theyoung1 / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    dalos are great markers if you into steel tip markers come out mad fresh and are extra permanent dope marker
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    its nice when i got they only had yellow but its cool
    Review by CUBE / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    its nice when i got they only had yellow but its cool
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    this marker is tight but dont use over spray paint cuz it messd one of mine up
    Review by "ENZO" / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    this marker is tight but dont use over spray paint cuz it messd one of mine up
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    By far makes up for ot dripping with MUCH more paint & MUCH faster drying time than other ball-point markers! Fits easily in a pocket. You can write fast & leave a lasting impression, or pump it up hard & write slowly to leave a bold statement. Plus, your
    Review by Markus / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    By far makes up for ot dripping with MUCH more paint & MUCH faster drying time than other ball-point markers! Fits easily in a pocket. You can write fast & leave a lasting impression, or pump it up hard & write slowly to leave a bold statement. Plus, your tags have to be painstakingly scratched away with a razor, often taking wallpaper or paint along with it! Great for cutty tags. A+
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    Dalos suck. Complete waste of my money and time. Thanks for making my tags look like shit!
    Review by Moar / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    Dalos suck. Complete waste of my money and time. Thanks for making my tags look like shit!
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    This marker is a pretty SIK marker over all, although I wasn't thoroughly impressed. The paint is so thick it took a bit to dry and can cause some pretty serious internal damage(warning on the label). Once its dry its easy to take off since the paint is t
    Review by Ossom / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    This marker is a pretty SIK marker over all, although I wasn't thoroughly impressed. The paint is so thick it took a bit to dry and can cause some pretty serious internal damage(warning on the label). Once its dry its easy to take off since the paint is thick and doesn't really soak in to wood or concrete for extra lasting life length on concrete walls and so on. The pump action is awesome but needs to be played with since the paint doesn't have an even flow. Hope this helps gals and guys.
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    God damn. I mean, this thing is where it's at. Nothing else can write underwater like this, and the paint dries so hard I couldn't chisel it off with a razor. I TRIED. Also, because the paint is so thick when it dries, buffing is no problem since the lett
    Review by TwizZ / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    God damn. I mean, this thing is where it's at. Nothing else can write underwater like this, and the paint dries so hard I couldn't chisel it off with a razor. I TRIED. Also, because the paint is so thick when it dries, buffing is no problem since the letters are still going to be popping out of the wall!
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    This is one of the most durable markers out there. Writes on any surface you can possibly think of: concrete, wood, glass, metal, plastic, rubber, rust etc. It also writers through oil and grease and water and ice. Since this marker uses an oil based pain
    Review by Calgreezy / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    This is one of the most durable markers out there. Writes on any surface you can possibly think of: concrete, wood, glass, metal, plastic, rubber, rust etc. It also writers through oil and grease and water and ice. Since this marker uses an oil based paint, you can even write underwater. Yes, it is versatile as hell. If you live in Canada or Northern US, you know how unpredictable the weather can be. This marker will ensure you are ready for anything.
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    The Dalos Rockkkk! try swimming to the bottom of a pool, and do a tag. they are waterproof. the best marker in graff....
    Review by BRAKES / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    The Dalos Rockkkk! try swimming to the bottom of a pool, and do a tag. they are waterproof. the best marker in graff....
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    sickest metal tip ever!
    Review by cole / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    sickest metal tip ever!
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    The Dalos are great, heavy duty markers. These mof**as will write in a urinal hahahaha! Have homies pissin on your tag. But these work great and the paint is an amazing substance. It is basically like glue. On most surfaces, it needs to be ground off when
    Review by noahgoldowitz / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    The Dalos are great, heavy duty markers. These mof**as will write in a urinal hahahaha! Have homies pissin on your tag. But these work great and the paint is an amazing substance. It is basically like glue. On most surfaces, it needs to be ground off when it dries.
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    I'm very impressed with my "Dalo" steel-tipped industrial paint markers- they take a while to dry, but when they do, that shit is ON THERE for good! one piece of advice, though- don't pump up the pressure too much, especially when the marker is still most
    Review by REBEL368 / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    I'm very impressed with my "Dalo" steel-tipped industrial paint markers- they take a while to dry, but when they do, that shit is ON THERE for good! one piece of advice, though- don't pump up the pressure too much, especially when the marker is still mostly full of paint- 3 or 4 pumps on the marker should give plenty of pressure...
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    this is a must have. the paint is very thick and is actually pretty hard to buff which is rare in alot of paints. Tag brick, cement, upside down, this marker can do it.
    Review by sych / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    this is a must have. the paint is very thick and is actually pretty hard to buff which is rare in alot of paints. Tag brick, cement, upside down, this marker can do it.
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    These markers are great, They write on just about every surface. The problem would be the paint capacity, it seems that it died on after the first week. I highly recommend these.
    Review by SABEZ / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    These markers are great, They write on just about every surface. The problem would be the paint capacity, it seems that it died on after the first week. I highly recommend these.
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    this pen looks sick or whatever but it sucks fereal tho it takes hella effort just to catch one tag and you have to write hella slowly for it to work and it doesnt even work that well and the metal ball got fucked up in like the second day of using it
    Review by beetown / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    this pen looks sick or whatever but it sucks fereal tho it takes hella effort just to catch one tag and you have to write hella slowly for it to work and it doesnt even work that well and the metal ball got fucked up in like the second day of using it
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    This is one of the craziest marker i've used. It writse on basically everythin, no joke, even thru water, it's crazzzzy!!!!!
    Review by Jaset / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    This is one of the craziest marker i've used. It writse on basically everythin, no joke, even thru water, it's crazzzzy!!!!!
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    This is by far one of the most entertaining tagging instruments I've ever used. I just got it in black but it's mad glossy. The dalo can write under any conditions rain, sleet, snow, flash flooding. Try not to inhale this stuff it's mad toxic but impossib
    Review by Gram / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    This is by far one of the most entertaining tagging instruments I've ever used. I just got it in black but it's mad glossy. The dalo can write under any conditions rain, sleet, snow, flash flooding. Try not to inhale this stuff it's mad toxic but impossible to buff. definitely one of my new favourite toys.
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    I remember when i got this marker! I got it in blue its such a sick marker i can go to any surfac no problem and easily write on a surface with no problem. The paint is so thick i love it and it covers over paint which is really nice. I recommended this m
    Review by Thomas / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    I remember when i got this marker! I got it in blue its such a sick marker i can go to any surfac no problem and easily write on a surface with no problem. The paint is so thick i love it and it covers over paint which is really nice. I recommended this marker for those surfaces a regular marker cant write on!
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    These are some of the sickest markers that i've ever used. the tags practically jump out at you and the colors, especially white' are incredibly noticable. as long as you use them correctly, they last a good while. these are a great tool for any skilled w
    Review by Philadelic Relic / (Posted on 8/31/2015)
    These are some of the sickest markers that i've ever used. the tags practically jump out at you and the colors, especially white' are incredibly noticable. as long as you use them correctly, they last a good while. these are a great tool for any skilled writer andd i highly recommend them for anyone who is tired of regular markers and wants to broaden thier tagging skills.

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