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[Amazon Canada] Milwaukee INKZALL Black Chisel Tip Marker, Black - Add on $1.52

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[Amazon Canada] Milwaukee INKZALL Black Chisel Tip Marker, Black - Add on $1.52

Clog Resistant Marker Tip and Writes through Dusty, Wet and Oily Surfaces

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Nice price,I bought 2 last week at dollarama for $2 each.
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The caps on these don't stay on the back of the marker very well. Very annoying.
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blazed16 wrote:
May 18th, 2017 11:15 am
Nice price,I bought 2 last week at dollarama for $2 each.
Really? They have these at Dollarama? Which one was that?
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cbd223 wrote:
May 18th, 2017 10:39 pm
Really? They have these at Dollarama? Which one was that?
Picked a couple up from the location beside the ikea in winnipeg. There actually 1.50 each.

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Dollarama also had the 2 pack of Inkzall finer point markers. Basically a sharpie, but with the same claims of working in more rugged conditions. Sometimes it's hard to choose between the Dollarama Inkzall or the Dollarama Husky brand mechanical carpenter pencil.
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This is $1.50 at Dollarama.
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im pretty sure thincrust hates you
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theSPOOLER wrote:
May 19th, 2017 9:54 am
Dollarama also had the 2 pack of Inkzall finer point markers. Basically a sharpie, but with the same claims of working in more rugged conditions. Sometimes it's hard to choose between the Dollarama Inkzall or the Dollarama Husky brand mechanical carpenter pencil.
Really? Damn... I looked at my local Dollarama and couldn't find anything but Sharpies. I needed something for work that would write on dirty and oily surfaces. I've used all types of markers only for them to crap out after writing on oily and dusty metal surfaces.

I may give these Milwaukee a try. For $1.50, what's the harm. :)
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White markers (for tires) are never cheap. I use liquid paper pens to label them.
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