Not quite Copics, but decent for money
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I bought these to try out a complete set of colors and complement my ~20 Copics. First, to compare the two - there is not really any comparison.
1. Nibs: The Copic brush nib is meaningfully softer and obviously better quality. Ohuhu's nibs are firmer, and not every marker brush nib is the same - some are so firm they're nearly pen tips, while others are relatively squishy. The squishies Ohuhu brush nibs approached my Copic nibs, but didn't quite get there.
2. Colors: Overall, the Ohuhu 120 set covers a decent range of shades, but is heavier on oversaturated bright tones (e.g. deep pinks, teals, blues) than I need, with fewer light pastels. On my Copics, even for the "solid" colors like basic blue, the ink comes out lighter and more "buildable". (You want lighter colors in markers and heavier ones in paints, because markers can't be blended out.) Others of the Ohuhu colors are unhelpfully muddy. The skin tones in this set are especially useless to me - they are very dark and don't provide enough variation to draw light-skinned people of different tones/ethnicities. Perhaps the 200 set is better, but the color range of the Ohuhu 120 set leaves a lot to be desired; I identified 20 markers that were close enough to dupes of other markers in the same set that I've culled them out and will give them away. Oh, and almost none of the colors were the shade promised by their caps.
3. Value: Here's where Ohuhu shines. The markers are durable, hard-wearing, feel good in your hand, and last a long time. They seemed not to run out as fast as the Copics when I used them for a group art class (lots of beginners). They blend well enough to get by. And they cost so little. I'm really glad that I bought these and have no doubt they are great value for money - just as I have no doubt Copics are better. My plan is that when I find colors missing or run out of ink, I'll replace with an upgrade. And that's how I'd suggest thinking of your Ohuhu markers - as the inexpensive, enjoyable, beginner-friendly alcohol marker kit that they are.