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Noodler's Fountain Pen Ink 3 oz

Item #: noodle
$14.00 - $22.00

Noodlers Ink has become a cult favorite amongst fountain pen fans for their rich line of colors and unique properties. This ink has the lowest cost per volume of any fountain pen ink, and its made in America, from cap to glass to ink. All inks are archival grade, fraudproof, and water-resistant.We do not recommend mixing Noodlers Ink with conventional inks; this will cause the ink to lose its unique properties.

Noodlers Inks are also great for dip pens and cartridge pens. 3 oz bottles are extremely full! Open your new bottle very slowly on a level, stable surface to prevent spilling or splashing.

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Noodlers Ink has become a cult favorite amongst fountain pen fans for their rich line of colors and unique properties. This ink has the lowest cost per volume of any fountain pen ink, and its made in America, from cap to glass to ink. All inks are archival grade, fraudproof, and water-resistant.We do not recommend mixing Noodlers Ink with conventional inks; this will cause the ink to lose its unique properties.

Noodlers Inks are also great for dip pens and cartridge pens. 3 oz bottles are extremely full! Open your new bottle very slowly on a level, stable surface to prevent spilling or splashing.

 

Features Lightfast, Archival
Ink Type Dye
Compatibility Pointed Pen, Broad Pen, Brush, Technical Pen, Fountain Pen
Surface Paper
Skill Level Intermediate, Advanced
 

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Customer Reviews

3 Review
  • love it! 5

    Posted by alie on Dec 16th 2022

    using this ink for the pointed dip pen. love the way it writes, gives smooth and clean result both in hairline and swelling. will definitely add more colours in my collection.

  • Bullet Proof Black + Habanero 5

    Posted by Clinton on Mar 25th 2021

    Having used both these inks, they are different behaviorally, I can say these are my go-to inks for attempting any calligraphy with a fountain pen. I've used Bullet Proof Black for years now, and it's just a great ink that isn't nearly as finnicky as some others I've used. It's wet enough to keep up a good flow, but can be run dry enough not to overwhelm most papers, while still managing to flow well enough to be usable. On the other hand, the Habanero is a very wet ink, that I can only really compare to J. Herbin in the way it's color varies from a rich red, to a candy orange. The two inks have a really different flow rate, the black feeling very thick, but they both perform well for me in the same pens, with high flow feeds. Though the Habanero can get away from you, if you're too slow, but my feeds are cut to be super high flow too. At the end of the day, it's hard to beat Noodlers inks for performance per dollar. Just be careful the first time you open them, they fill them to the VERY top. I usually use little 2 0z jars to split the ink into with a syringe, right off, so as to prevent accidents. But seriously, open it over something absorbent, or that you don't like very much, the first time.

  • Bullet Proof Black + Habanero 5

    Posted by Clinton on Mar 25th 2021

    Having used both these inks, they are different behaviorally, I can say these are my go-to inks for attempting any calligraphy with a fountain pen. I've used Bullet Proof Black for years now, and it's just a great ink that isn't nearly as finnicky as some others I've used. It's wet enough to keep up a good flow, but can be run dry enough not to overwhelm most papers, while still managing to flow well enough to be usable. On the other hand, the Habanero is a very wet ink, that I can only really compare to J. Herbin in the way it's color varies from a rich red, to a candy orange. The two inks have a really different flow rate, the black feeling very thick, but they both perform well for me in the same pens, with high flow feeds. Though the Habanero can get away from you, if you're too slow, but my feeds are cut to be super high flow too. At the end of the day, it's hard to beat Noodlers inks for performance per dollar. Just be careful the first time you open them, they fill them to the VERY top. I usually use little 2 0z jars to split the ink into with a syringe, right off, so as to prevent accidents. But seriously, open it over something absorbent, or that you don't like very much, the first time.

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