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Number of Reviews: 4
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $6

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Fully additive treated: antirust, extreme pressure/antiwear, and antioxidant.

Safe for all O-rings. Use wherever you have Point to Point friction.

Packaged in an easy to use Syringe Dispenser for precise application.
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ITSRAININGPAINT Monday, January 4th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
1 year
Products Used:
TechT Gun Sav (not enough information yet)
Gold Cup Gun oil (water, worse)
Marker Setup: Bone-stock DP G3
EVLution 3 hopper
DXS 48/45 CP tank cover
Strengths: Cheap, cool syringe thing, safe on all markers and o-rings
Weaknesses: Not good for o-rings, builds up in spots, turns o-rings yellow
Review: I read the reviews and got this for my 98 Custom Pro. At first I thought it was great, I'd never used anything else. Anyway, I oiled my gun for what I thought was going to be the last time, two months later, I opened up my gun to see a lot of sludgy, slimey yellow oil. It all bunched up under my power tube and all of the orings were dark yellow and weren't very stretchy. I have since gotten TechT Gun Sav for my new DP G3, and I will have a review up for that after I use it a few times.
Conclusion: Good for your low-end guns, your spyders, tippmanns. Not good for the weekend warrior who goes twice a year, all of the oil will be dried up and sludgy. Not for fast guns. Still overall, pretty good, fairly slick, Better than nothing.
6- Above average, serves purpose
6 out of 10
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TruePaintballGD Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
White Lithium Grease (Sucks!)
Gold Cup ( not that good in cold weather, bad blowout)
TechT grease ( doesent do what they claim it to do)
HaterSause ( kinda like colored dow 33)
Marker Setup: A5
JCS Red Hot
Lapco QEPH
Lapco Paddles
Lapco Ratchet
Madman Spring Kit
Lapco Bigshot
Modded Rear Bolt
Polished Internals
Strengths: Syringe Applicator
Ultra Slick
Quieted Cyclone
Lowered OP
Increased ROF
Weaknesses: None that I know of .
Review: Well, I have been playing for a while so I think that I know works and what does not work. I have used a bunch of markers, Blowbacks, electros, and everything in between. I have also used almost everything out in the marker Lube wise. Oils, greases i have used them all. One thing has stood out. Pure Excess Industries Pure Marker Lube. Nothing has come close to this stuff. It amazes me how a little of this stuff goes a long way. they syringe applicator is great, it makes this stuff uber easy to apply, and i end up using less lube cause it is so precise. this stuff is crazy slippery, and when using it on my bolt and other parts inside my marker, the action feels like butter. it is so smooth. the cyclone is a lot quieter and it dosent sound like stuff is grinding. i have been just using pure marker lube on this gun and nothing else, and i cant be happier. i have thrown all my other jars and tubes of lube out, this is all i need.
Conclusion: Why would i recommend Pure Marker Lube? Cause in the many years that I have been playing nothing compares to it. nothing even comes close. this is all that i will use.
10 out of 10
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chl2onic Sunday, February 1st, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
White Lithium Grease(same consistancy but less protective)
PMI marker lube (little to no protection)
Extreme Rage Marker lube(little to no protection)
Marker Setup: Tippmann a-5: Male PPS Stabilizer, JCS goldmember power tube w/ hex front bolt, R/T, Brass fittings for R/T, TechT squishy paddles, Shaved cyclone ratchet, Double Trigger, Lapco 8" bigshot barrel, Lapco 8" MG shroud, A-5 A2 shorty foregrip, Ops Gear fixed G36 stock, Spec Ops flat top rail.

Tippmann 98 Custom: Car stock, Super R/T, Cyclone, Squishy Paddles, 12" Lapco Bigshot.
Strengths: Syringe applicator
Very thick viscosity yet VERY slick
Good customer service
Weaknesses: None that I have known of yet
Review: I got a sample syringe of each lube from Mario over at pure lube. I informed him that if his product was worthy, I would write a review for him. After testing his product I was more than happy to write him a review.

First off I want to say this oil is way think, I got it and thought.. "this is soo think it is going to slow everything down." Boy was I wrong, This oil has the consistancy of grease, but if used sparingly it is smoother that butter.

I replaced all white lithium grease in my marker with pure lube. IT really amazed me at how much smoother the action of my cyclone, and R/T was with the switch. Not only did the Pure lube slide smoother, but it also displaces all of the debris in the action. This elimenates that "scratching noise" that you hear when the cyclone manually cycles.
I used white lithium grease in on every moving part in my cyclone, my R/T piston cup seal, and every moving part in the triggr assembly.

On top of all of the greased parts of my marker. I put a thin coat of Pure Lube on the front and rear bolt of the marker. I figured it would be impeded by the thickness of the lube, but it slides smoother then regular marker lube.

Conclusion: I will never switch marker lubes again.. This lube is all that and a bag of chips!!

I have to reccomend this lube for anyone!! Even if you feel you don't need it... This stuff ROCKS!

Pure Excess Industries has a lifetime customer here, I have no complaints.
10 out of 10
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KRASHARPSHOOTER Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
White Lithium Grease
Gold Cup Marker Oil
Tippmann Marker Oil
Marker Setup: * Tippmann A-5 *Polished Internals*
* Dogleg Air Thru Stock w/Horizontal Forgrip
* 12" C-Series Barrel w/Apex Tip on Apex Adapter
* Special Ops Flattop Rail
* NcSTAR Tactical 4 Reticle Red Dot Holo Sight
* Response Trigger
* X7 Hopper w/modified Quick Release
* Tippmann Cyclone Complete Upgrade Kit:
* - Cyclone Feed Metal Upgrade Set
* - Cyclone Feed Piston Rod
* - Cyclone Feed Quick Exhaust Piston Housing
* - Cyclone Feed Soft Paddles
* Techie Hopper Padding
Opsgear Remote Hose with Check Valve
Blackcell MOLLE Pod Pack - Blackcell 2+1 Pod Holder (x2)
Opsgear CO2/Compressed Air Tank Pouch
JT Pro Shield Spectra Mask
Strengths: Syringe makes application very easy!
Not to thick & it won't run.
Weaknesses: None
Review: I was able to be one of five testers that tested this product for Mario over at

Before I used Pure Lube, I had been using White Lithium Grease to lube up my Cyclone, and Gold Cup Marker oil to oil the o-rings throughout the marker. Both of these products did an adequate job of fulfilling their duties. The biggest thing I disliked about the White Lithium Grease is that it made a mess of everything. You fingers would get all greasy & it was always getting on other parts that didnít need it.

Pure Lube fixed my biggest complaint about White Lithium Grease (it makes a mess), by using a Syringe to dispense the lubricant. The application of this lube is very slick (pun intended); just squeeze the lube out in the precise area that itís needed. No more messy fingers to worry about unless youíre lubing the o-rings, but that canít be helped.

I found that Pure Lube has a really nice consistency; itís thinner than White Lithium Grease, but still much thicker than oil. It is also very sticky, and youíll be hard pressed to get it to run.

When using White Lithium Grease, I always found myself slopping the grease all over everything & putting on excessive amounts. It is very easy to put Pure Lube precisely where itís needed, and a little bit of Pure Lube goes a long ways.

I know of many people who donít like to oil the o-ring on the Front Bolt of their A-5 because they donít want to risk getting oil in the barrel or on the balls. Pure Lube is perfect for this because it isnít thin enough to run. The Pure Lube will stay were you put it, yet still provide perfect lubrication.

I had a few concerns about how well Pure Lube would hold up to being used on o-rings that are constantly subjected to the high pressure of cold C02, such as the A-5ís Rear Bolt o-rings & the Cycloneís Piston Rod o-ring. Needless to say, after thorough testing I have found that Pure Lube works great on ALL o-rings!

I also noticed that my Cyclone makes much less noise with the Pure Lube, than it did with White Lithium Grease. I think it might have something to do with Pure Lube being a little stickier than White Lithium Grease.
Conclusion: The Syringe is what sets this lube apart from all the others, and because of the Syringe, this is [by far] the best lube I have ever used! I heartily give Pure Lube a rating of 10 out of 10.
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008 at 4:54 pm PST
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