Granted, they are pricey but objectively the best. They're hard wearing, refillable and provide a great resulting finish. You can get the refills for them at £10 a pop or thereabouts and the marker's life extends vastly. The alcohol based ink's blending quality when paired with good a good art medium (X-Press It card for me) is unmatched. I've tried Pro-markers too and Posca pen alternatives but Copics reign supreme for me. The only other viable alternative I've found is Chameleon pens with their fade/gradient feature which takes time to get the hang of but also gives a great result.
Great markers sure, but even at half price they are extortionate. Need to be getting paid substantially for work to justify copic prices.
Hot, these are really nice pens. If only we had more deals like this for quality items rather than cheap junk.
Thank you (y)
Black 100 is still available. Special Black (which isn't so special, check out Youtube reviews) is the one that's sold out.