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Milwaukee 48-22-3100 Inkzall Black Fine-Point Permanent Marker

SKU: 408290
   based on 5 Reviews
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About the Milwaukee 48-22-3100

Milwaukee 48-22-3100 Inkzall Black Fine-Point Permanent Marker. Inkzall markers are the best markers for the job site. The Inkzall marker is made for writing on dusty, oily, even wet surfaces, and has a clog resistant tip that is very durable. The permanent ink dries quickly to avoid smearing. This marker is also equipped with an anti-roll body and a lanyard hole. The Milwaukee Inkzall Black Fine-Point Permanent Marker is designed for cinderblocks, OSB, concrete, and other rough surfaces.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Use: General use
Color: Red
Mpn # 48-22-3100
Weight 0.02 lbs.

Product Features

  • Product: Inkzall Black Fine Point Marker
  • Cat #: 48-22-3100
  • Includes: (1) Inkzall Black Fine Point Marker (48-22-3100)


Rated 3.8 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Well worth the money, they last! Rated 5 by Anonymous
Really suprised these havent been reviwed yet. These markers are the real deal. Marks on anything, used mine for a week straight marking oily unistrut and conduit. Once they get water in them there shot though. Cant complain though, these are the only markers I use now
Originally posted on Jun/2014

Broken clip Rated 2 by Anonymous
bought this at my local hardware store. Competitively priced against the normal sharpie. But the only downside to this marker is that the clip breaks way too easily.
Originally posted on Jun/2016

Way better than than old marker Rated 5 by Anonymous
  Yes, I recommend this product.
I bought this marker thinking I was buying the same old thing. Now this is all I use. I can leave the cap off all day and still have a good mark.
Originally posted on Jun/2016

Inkzall Cap Rated 4 by Anonymous
Marker is grest, however the protective cap will not stay on end of marker when using. Keeps falling off when in use.
Originally posted on Jun/2016

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