|Item Weight||7.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3.5 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||300025|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||300025|
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Pelikan Edelstein Bottled Ink for Fountain Pens, Aquamarine, 50ml, 1 Each (300025)
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- Beautiful, jewel-like color
- Special ingredient insures smooth flow from the fountain pen to the page
- With Edelstein ink, less cleaning and maintenance of pen is required
- The weight and soft curves of the bottle are comfortable in your hand
- Made in Germany
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For a flawless performance choose Pelikan Edelstein bottled ink for fountain pens. A special ingredient insures smooth flow from the fountain pen to the page and less cleaning and maintenance of pen is required. The weight and soft curves of the bottle are comfortable in your hand. Made in Germany, Pelikan Edelstein bottled inks feature beautiful jewel-like colors. Aquamarine, 50Ml bottle.
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I was surprised at how green this ink turned out to be. I had expected a tingle of green, like Pilot's kon-peki, but this is a true turquoise ink... it's as simple as that. I spent a while testing it next to kon-peki and Noodler's Baystate Blue, and the Baystate is still only one of the three that I consider a true blue ink. I wouldn't be comfortable using this color for any sort of serious work or signing documents; it's just not dark or blue enough. If the bottle didn't say "Topaz" on the front, I'd think that they'd given me aquamarine by mistake.
If I can get used to the color, I really liked the ink. It flows well, and it gives me very nice shading on good paper. The Edelstein ink bottles are very nice and feel great in the hand.
Medium flowing, medium-high saturation, some red sheen (reviewing Topaz) decent manners on bad paper, well behaved on good paper, decent dry times, it's just a lovely color in a lovely bottle. Shipping was exceptionally fast for international (less than a week for every bottle I've ordered from a german seller) and I just can't find a reason to suggest you don't buy a bottle. Some of the colors can be a little underwhelming, but Topaz is definitely one of the more exciting colors. Not much water resistance though.
If you can find a bottle of Smoky Quartz for this price, jump all over it. THAT stuff is something special.
It's got good shading properties and flows well out of all my pens(Pilot 912 Custom FA nib, Pilot Metropolitan Medium, Jinhao 159 Medium and a Jinhao X750 Medium). It's a bit wet especially coming out of a flex nib....but compared to some of the Pilot Iroshizuku inks, it's well behaved like most high end inks. I normally only use Iroshizuku inks, but they don't have a color yet that matches what Pelikan Edelstein puts out.
If you want a good soild green that flows nicely, I can't think of another brand out there.
Oh and did I mention the bottle is amazingly well designed and thought out? I'm proud to display it on my desk.
The color is quite a bright sky blue, in between the medium blue of Levenger's "Skies of Blue" and Private Reserve's "Daphne Blue." In other words, a medium blue with just a hint of turquoise. Very rich and very appealing. I like it a lot.
I am a true connoisseur of inks, and especially blue inks since I have to use them for work. I thought I'd tried them all - everything from the most expensive of Japanese inks to the cheapest brand X standards. This beautiful blue excels in every category - I've used it extensively on both Rhodia and Moleskine paper, and it doesn't bleed or feather through either, even in my wettest pen. Dry time is excellent as well.
OK enough with the boring stuff, let's get on to what you really buy an ink for: the sheer beauty of it! I am in love with inks that shade, and oh my goodness the shading on this is even better than my previous favorite Kensington Blue. Oh the shading. Even in a stiff, cheap converted Preppy, this ink gives amazing shading.
Overall, I can't recommend this enough - worth every penny for a dazzling, unique blue ink of outstanding quality.
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