As you can see, the front of the box is written in Spanish, and the back in English. The text in English made me think this is just plain Waterman's red, but the reviews I've seen on that ink show that it is a darker, more saturated shade of red. This is a very, very low saturated ink. It looks almost as colored water, and one can see through the ink bottle even when not facing a bright light.
The converter looks as a vial full of Dracula's sweat.
And here is the review. The scan was completely off-color (the ink looked purple), so I tried to match the real color with photoshop. I did a pretty good job, but messed up the ink comparison. So, focus on the q-tip swab, it's the most accurate representation of the ink. It might be even a little more pink.
And one more image. in the bottle, it is a bright red, but when it dries it becames that pinkish, washed out color. I like it, but I can't think of a way of using it
Edited by CaptainAnnoyed, 05 June 2012 - 19:40.