|Condition||New||Features||No Additional Features|
|Hand Tool Type||Writing Utensil||Marking Color Family||Black|
|Office Supply Type||Permanent Markers||Package Quantity||1|
|Returnable||90-Day||Storage Product Type||Office Supplies|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
A: Milwaukee tool uses red as part of the body color on their products to distinguish their products from their competitors. The black cap color on this product is used to indicate the ink color similar to other pen products.
A: All Milwaukee Tool Inkzalls have red body and the tip is the color of the marker.
A: Red is the "Brand" color for Milwaukee. All their products are red. The marker itself has black ink.
A: No you cannot, I've tried it and it doesn't come apart.
A: nope it's a single-use; the stylus end tends to wear out just about as fast as the ink anyhow. This stylus has the best finger simulation of any i've used (dozen +); it has some conductive cloth wrapped around some foam; matches your finger way better than the typical rubber button that grabs too much.
A: No, the marker is just used until it's used up, like any marker. The stylus lasts much longer.
A: No. I work as an electrician. It lasted me about 4 months. Well worth $10. I go through 3 markers of other brands per month.