I've dabbled with Spectrum Noir and Copics. Like many people the price of the markers held me back until I tried Ohuhu.
Previously, I filled in the lines to some cartoons and used 1 color for shading. This is the first time I've actually pushed an alcohol marker to try something realistic. I was skeptical such a thing was possible. The results floored me.
I picked up the 120 set and the Skin Tones for the piece shown. If I have one big criticism, I wish they'd bundle their 120 and Flesh Tones sets together for 1 each of all the markers in those 2 sets.
The Ohuhus have blended with the other brands in past experiments. They're more comfortable for me to hold than the thick Spectrum Noirs. The Ohuhu brush tips have held their "snap" so far the same as the others.
It's a small thing, but the Ohuhu brand lets me stick the cap on the opposite end of my marker while I use it.
The cases are a nice addition. So is the piece of plastic which keeps the case in shape while not in use or protects the work surface when you color.
Like all alcohol markers I've used, these will bleed through almost any paper. I like X-Press it Blending Card but even that has limits. The plastic sheet is helpful.
I've seen other reviewers say they got dried out markers. I've ordered the Pastels, 120 brush/chisel and largest skin pack. All of them worked on arrival and were very "juicy."
There are colors which are close to each other in the 120 pack. Like others, I hope they eventually allow us to buy individual markers to replace any which we use up. Aside from that, I'm sold on this brand for brush tip alcohol markers. I look forward to other color releases and sets in future.