|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.4 x 1.7 x 1.7 inches|
|Item model number||19209|
|Ink Color||Polar Brown|
|Manufacturer Part Number||19209|
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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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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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- Waterproof, fraud proof, and freeze proof.
- Long lasting
Top Customer Reviews
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/
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.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received this bottle of ink today and when I opened the envelope it was in I found that the ink had leaked all over the bottle and the box on the inside and outside. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sandra Johnson
I gave it 5 stars, because it is a wonderful ink (as are all Noodler's inks), but whatever makes it bulletproof makes me very ill. Read morePublished 2 days ago by CinciGirl
Beautiful ink, fabulous color. Sooth flowing with no clogging in all the different pens I use. Easy to use and does not seem to clog any of my pens.Published 4 days ago by JudyO
Great color. Depending on the flow rate of your fountain pens, it might come out looking a little orange, but it dries to a nice rusty red-brown. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kim W.
Like all Noodler products this ink is great.Deep black color and it is absolutely unaltered by water! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
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