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Noodler's Ink Polar Brown Bottled Ink Refill

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  • 100% made in the USA from cap to glass to ink
  • Archival quality
  • Large 3oz. Bottle
  • For vintage or new fountain pens
  • Fiery brown with bleach resistant halos
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Product Description

Color: Polar Brown

The Noodler's Ink Polar Brown Bottled Ink Refill is a collection of inks of various colors and qualities. These inks can be "bullet proof", "Freeze Resistant", and/or "eternal". The different terms mean that it is: Bullet proof, meaning it is water proof, bleach proof, lightfast, and has an archiving affect on the paper; Freeze Resistant, meaning it is capable of staying in a liquid state in freezing temperatures; or Eternal, meaning it resists the effects of time when used on paper, such as moisture, humidity, and UV light. These inks are both beautiful, and long lasting. A brilliant choice for those in cold climates, writing documents you wish to last, or simply writing a check. The ink bottles economical size of 3oz makes it a treasure trove of vibrant colors.


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  • Genuine Product from Noodler's Ink. Buy from Authorized Major dealer only , with confidence.
  • Brand New Product. Guaranteed for quality.
  • Waterproof, fraud proof, and freeze proof.
  • Long lasting

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Color:Polar Brown

Technical Details

Brand Name Noodler's
Item Weight 4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.4 x 1.7 x 1.7 inches
Item model number 19209
Color Polar Brown
Size 3oz
Ink Color Polar Brown
Manufacturer Part Number 19209

Additional Information

ASIN B00AWFE3TM
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4.5 out of 5 stars 610 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #160,155 in Office Products (See top 100)
#358 in Office Products > Educational Supplies > Writing & Correction Supplies > Pens & Refills > Bottled Ink
#201,118 in Office Products > Office Supplies
Shipping Weight 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available January 2, 2009

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Color: Antietam Verified Purchase
This is the first and best bottled ink I have tried so far. It is a beautiful red that has a very "blood-like" look to it whether wet or dry. When wet is a lighter red, just as real blood is, and when dried it becomes darker, also resembling real blood. The ink may either be lighter or darker depending on a variety of factors including quickness of writing, rate of ink flow from the pen, etc. This creates a nice effect that can tell a bit of a story as to the author's flow, state of mind, etc.

Altogether a great ink.

One of the problems I encountered when exploring the different colors is that they are not properly listed. You only get the name, the label art, and the bottle, which tell you nothing so far as the actual color of the ink.

For all those interested, color samples are available for all the inks on the Noodler's website: http://noodlersink.com/noodlers-ink-color/
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Color: Black Eel Verified Purchase
I loaded three pens with the Black Eel. My collection isn't nearly as extensive as many people's, so I chose an assortment; a new Scheaffer Agio (medium), a 20-some year old Montblanc Meisterstruck (medium) and a fairly older Parker 21 (fine) in need of restoration. I also loaded it into a couple cheaper models (all fine) I have around, a Wearever, etc., just to see how it worked.

I performed the tests on Hammermill 20lb great white copy, on some random archival paper I had around, on 3x5 index cards and on standard legal pad paper.

The color is, as far as I could discern, the exact same as the regular black. Side by side under natural and flourescent light yielded the same darkness and opacity.

Indeed, in the very fine steel nib which was in need of restoration, the ink seemed to lubricate a bit better than the standard ink. Enough to make a significant difference, probably not. With the better flowing ink I feel I held the pen a bit lighter as well, and not being an accomplished scribe, that helped my technique so there were compounding factors.

When writing with the medium nib, the flow was like a stick of butter on a plate of glass. I liked the feel although at times it got a bit sloppy, and I wasn't properly forming the letters. Again, someone with superior penmanship would not have an issue with this.

Regardless, I didn't notice that much creep or feathering even with the cheaper paper. The fine nibs still had a tendency to scratch here and there, in particular when writing quickly (such as note taking) but it never dropped, spattered, blobbed or otherwise.

Drying time, water resistance, etc. all comparable to the standard black.
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Color: Black Eel Verified Purchase
I was already a devotee of the regular Noodler's Black, and I wanted to try the lubricated "American Eel" variant. My first surprise was how much lighter in shade this stuff is. I was expecting the same coal-black shade as the non-Eel version. However, after seeing more comments from other people, I've begun to suspect it was my regular Noodler's Black that's the anomaly -- and also, that Noodler's ink simply has variations from one batch to the next that I'll have to learn to live with.

My second surprise is that this Black Eel ink doesn't seem to lubricate as much as the Blue Eel ink (which is not waterproof) that I have used before. Blue Eel was distinctly slick on the page. With Black Eel it's hard for me to discern any difference from the regular stuff.

I'm still a huge fan of Noodler's ink, and of Noodler's Black in particular, but I've got to say this particular "American Eel" was a bit of a let-down to me.
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Color: Black Eel
I am now using Noodler's Bulletproof Black lubricating in both my regular writing pens, both Lamy's and Noodler's Polar Blue in my Vertrag Kompass X750 for signatures (not that I ever sign anything) and also just for differentiation. Both are lubricating and do actually lubricate; in that there have never been any flow problems. I will say that I followed one piece of advice that I received in the reviews that I will pass along here. Whenever I get a new converter, the very first thing I do is to place a drop or two of dish washing soap in a small container of very luke warm water and flush the converter out numerous times before it ever receives any ink. This appears to diminish any flow problems also. This I can believe would also treat any during the use of the pen. The ink is definitely impervious to drips of water, does not smear when you highlight over it, droplets of bleach do not make it go away, it does not spread all over the paper as you write with it. I use an extra-fine nib, primarily to conserve ink, as even the fine nib uses a lot of ink and there are no flow issues with this smallest of nibs, as I often found with some of the cheaper brands of ink. I say cheaper, but Noodler's is definitely NOT expensive. My last brand of ink was Pelikan, a fairly well known and good quality brand of ink, not particularly expensive; that is of course until you factor in their 1 ounce bottle of ink at their price and compare it with Noodler's 3 ounce bottle, then all comparison goes out the window. Due to expense, I primarily write with the College Ruled Composition Books, not really the best for journaling purposes Noodler's does not bleed through to the other side of the paper nor does it smear or when I turn the page blot onto the back side of the back of the page.Read more ›
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