Why Do Most Dry Line Markers Brands Suck?
Dry line markers & field chalkers tend to turn into junk in a short period of time!
Yup, happened to me too. I like these all-metal dry line marker models and feel you should get many seasons of good use out of them just by caring for them a bit. Even an occasional emptying, hose down & sun-dry will help though I think that just because they are used right before game time, they probably get thrown around and slammed into storage sheds more than they should. Most every brand seems to use thinner metals (probably because they need to be lightweight to move easily when filled… while others are just junk.)
Choose the 4 air-filled tire dry line markers model if you’re not sure which one you prefer. The 4 tires field chalkers make it so much easier to control while moving with less effort and the air-filled aspect is just plain better! 50 lb capacity is plenty unless you have to chalk & dress multiple fields. The hard rubber wheel models will save you some extra budget but the air-filled tire models cost more for good reason. I am only a fan of the smallest 2 wheel model if this is all that you can budget.
We receive these dry line markers (aka field chalkers) with the color our vendor sends so though usually dark blue, sometimes dark green.
I hope my thoughts have helped you decide on your best model-choice!
Reasons To Buy
EZ Flow Handle Starts & Stops Flow Quickly
All Models Adjust For Most Popular 2″ & 4″ Lines
Very Helpful Stay-Straight Line Guide
All Metal So Should Outlast Most Others