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Parker Super Quink Permanent Ink Refill, 2-ounce Bottle, Blue-Black (3007100)

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  • Choose between the noble ritual of bottle-filling, or the convenience and practicality of cartridges.
  • Added lubricity to let pen glide smoothly across paper. Resists fading while it protects pen.
  • Parker Quink inks are specially designed and formulated to the most exacting standards to ensure that Parker products deliver faultless performance.
  • Limited warranty guarantees product for 2 years from date of original purchase against defects in materials or workmanship.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameParker
Item Weight5 ounces
Product Dimensions1.7 x 2.6 x 2.8 inches
Item model number3007100
ColorBlue Black
Material TypeInk
Number of Items1
Size57ml
Point Type57ml
Ink ColorBlue
Manufacturer Part Number3007100
  
Additional Information
ASINB0015ZW1E2
Best Sellers Rank #4,153 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 18, 2008
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Parker Quink Inks and Refills

Parker writing instruments are produced to the most exacting standards and only genuine Parker Quink inks and refills should be used as they are specially designed and formulated to ensure that Parker products deliver faultless service and optimum writing performance.


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Gel Ball Point Refills

The Parker Gel ball point refills are suitable for use with all Parker ball point pens. Blue, black, and red refills available as medium only.

Medium point produces clean, smooth lines. Tip allows gel ink to flow directly onto paper. Fitted with removable tip seal.

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  • Flexes with pressure from your writing style; supportive metal hood
  • Tip won't "push in"; no ink leaks for heavy-handed writers
  • Consistent fluidity in ink delivery for light-handed writers
  • Colors include: blue, black, peacock blue, olive green, burgundy red, and purple
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Roller Ball Refills

Using a free ink system that is similar to that of a fountain pen, a sophisticated feed and collector system carefully regulates the flow of ink to the writing point that allows the user to write with the lightest of touch.

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Bottled Ink

The 57ml bottle of high-quality Parker Quink is available in three ink colors: permanent black, washable blue, and permanent blue-black. The ink features added lubricity, which allows the Parker pen (sold separately) to glide smoothly across paper, plus it resists fading while it protects the pen. The ink bottle itself provides a sturdy base and a tight-sealing screw-on lid.

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Ink Converter

The Parker ink converter is designed for use with bottled ink in a Parker fountain pen. It holds half a standard ink cartridge--use it to clean out old ink or fill up with new ink.

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Product Description

Parker Super Quink Permanent Ink Refill, 2-ounce Bottle, Blue-Black (3007100). Choose between the noble ritual of bottle-filling, or the convenience and practicality of cartridges. Added lubricity to let pen glide smoothly across paper. Resists fading while it protects pen. Parker Quink inks are specially designed and formulated to the most exacting standards to ensure that Parker products deliver faultless performance. Limited warranty guarantees product for 2 years from date of original purchase against defects in materials or workmanship.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It's a nice, deep, royal blue with no hint of black pigment.
John Culp
I have used parker ink 15 years ago and it is the best you could ever find for your fountain pens.
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It works very well no matter the ink colour or the smooth of the writing.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas O. Lindan on June 22, 2012
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I have been using "Super Quink with Solv-X" for 45 years. I still have a bottle of Blue-Black Super Quink: it is a beautiful deep blue black; and the pen just glides across the page. The color of the ink is now a cheap and ugly blue-gray and the pen no longer glides. The color of the ink fades as it dries, if this is in common with Pelikan's Konigsblau/RoyalBlue then it will keep its color on acidic papers but fade on alkaline or buffered papers.

After doing a bit of digging it seems that this isn't Parker's Super Quink ink, instead it is Waterman's ink from France. The change was made in 2009 or so [?]. The bottle doesn't say "Super Quink" or "Solv-X", just "Quink". SQ w/ S-X was made in Wisconsin, then in Ottawa Canada, then in England and now [not]made in France.

I'd say, don't bother with it. Waste of money.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By pbk63 on November 21, 2011
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Finding quality ink for fountain pens not an easy task these days -- except on Amazon that is! I have both Mont Blanc, Schaeffer and Parker fountain pens but while I like the Mont Blanc bottles I prefer the Parker ink so I funnel the Parker ink into the Mont Blanc bottles to get the benefit of both. No it is not a vanity issue as the bottle sits in my desk drawer! What I like is that the Mont Blanc bottles tip to fill a reservoir that is slanted to allow for easy filling. But the Parker ink has a lubricant and cleaner that I find is better for my pens. While checking on a new pen for my son I ran across a tip which I have tried and will pass on here. That tip was to use a diluted solution of household ammonia and water once a year to clean your fountain pen. I had a couple of older pens I do not use regularly and they had ink built up on them. Ran through this solution a few times and came out very clean and now function quite well.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Nick D on January 12, 2013
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Parker Quink is a great ink for everyday writing. It is cheap, legible, and has never clogged in a pen of mine to date.

The blue-black color won't "wow" you, but it is easy to read when poring back over notes. It starts off as a rather dark blue, and dries slightly lighter, with a blue-green-grey look. Interesting to note is that it is in no way "blue-black." More of an off blue than anything.

The resulting look brings to mind the memo pad of a 1940s journalist, or perhaps the color Dagwood Bumstead wrote with before he sold out and went all ballpoint. It is an everyman color that gets the job done without being offensive, like a Honda, or a ham and cheese sandwich with mustard for lunch.

Fairly, this product should get less stars for being so misleading about the whole "blue-black" thing. The color somehow grows on you anyway, though. I use this ink more often than any other. It also gets bonus points for being so very reliable.

Also, the bottle is a well built, stubby little thing with a cap that feels and behaves like... the ever coveted Bakelite! I don't think it is actual bakelite, but it definitely isn't normal PVC.

On a final note, this ink is now exactly the same as Waterman blue-black. Both Parker and Waterman are owned by Rubbermaid, and the original Parker color has been thrown to the wayside in favor of this one. Therefore, this review extends to Waterman Blue-Black as well. Amazon sells both, so buy whichever is cheapest per milliliter.
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Ethan Winning TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 16, 2007
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I have been using Quink for Parker fountain pens (for those of you who know what they are) since 1953! It must be the same forumla. It's the same color, what they used to call "midnight blue" or "blue black." It flows and dries quickly.

I still have four Parker fountain pens, and I wouldn't use anything but Quink in them. As for those who don't think it's "permanent," try getting it out of a white shirt!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Culp on November 6, 2008
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The "blue-black" color name is misleading. It's a nice, deep, royal blue with no hint of black pigment. It doesn't easily smudge after drying, but isn't completely waterproof as noted previously. On many papers I write on that are rather absorbent, the color fades quite a bit after a day or two. On some, it turns to a light greenish blue, possibly a result of some chemical reaction with the paper. Fountain pen inks work best on relatively nonabsorbent papers anyway, but most of the stuff I write on is copier paper or similar. This ink doesn't "feather" out from capillary action in highly absorbent paper as some inks do. It dries quickly. It shows no sign of clogging the pen. Good stuff, but be aware that it's really blue and not black. (It still photocopies well.)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Linda C. Renz on January 7, 2008
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This ink is great for getting a painterly effect in your drawings. When a wet brush is moved over the ink drawing, the ink gradates into 3 beautiful hues.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shi-Hsia Hwa VINE VOICE on March 20, 2007
Yeah, I found out the hard way about the non-waterproofness of it...I was using my fountain pen to write in a lab notebook and as will happen in labs, water got on it...kinda fails the point of lab notebooks which is to document permanently what you do. Going to go drop a bit more money on waterproof ink.

Interestingly, my accidental "paper chromatogram" revealed that the black ink separates into blue and yellow pigments.

I'm a little annoyed about this, as I used Quink before and it seemed to be at least somewhat water-resistant. That bottle I got back in Malaysia, so it might be a different formulation.
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