I have been wanting to try out Ohuhu for about a year and a half now, and they finally came out with this set, so I just had to buy it. . And wow, I am so so happy I did.
My only other markers I ever bother using are my Copics, and I would say the people who compare these two as being incredibly similar were dead on. I also love that these come with swatches for you to do!
For those who are seeking a more in-depth look at these markers, these are my pros and cons.
1- Love the colors. They are incredibly vibrant, and they have an amazing range of them.
2- Come in a case that makes it easy to tote around.
3- They are comfortable to hold.
4- Blend AMAZINGLY.
5- They can easily compete with Copic, or replace them entirely, even, if you are on a budget.
6- The seller is incredibly amazing, and very easy to work with.
8- Comes with a book about the markers, swatches, and a thin piece of flexible plastic to put behind any thin paper you may be working on to avoid bleed-through.
9- Has these things on each cap to prevent them from rolling away.
1-The case. . I don't know about you, but I love a case that can organize colors by number, rather than clusters, and while I understand the point of this, I do think it would have been nice to have individual marker slots. Also, the handles of the case feel just slightly cheap to me.
2- The shape of the markers. As someone who is used to Copic Sketch markers, I like more of a flat marker, rather than a round one. But that is personal preference once again
3- Not refillable.
4- No way to buy single markers.
5- The swatches need work. Now, this is not such a big deal. I do really like the design of them, but the order that they decided to put the swatch numbers in makes me want to pull my hair. Lets just say. . It is definitely not alphabetical. But you can always bypass this by making your own. And I DO like the paper they used.
6- I wish I could get more range in a single marker. Once again though, I am used to Copic markers, which has made me lazy with this. I like to get 3-4 shades out of a single marker, while these only offer 1-2 depending. Generally 2 though, unless it is particularly dark)
Over all, I will definitely be using these as much as I do my Copics. I highly recommend them, and look forward to seeing how long they last!