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200% Pilot Blue-Black Ink Review (Instead Of The Dull 100%)

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#41 cellmatrix

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Posted 09 July 2020 - 19:10

No worries, I didn't want to start an argument!

 

I really like both inks, but blue black gets more use as it is a real workhorse kind of ink.

Although I have to say, that (at least with my bottles) there are no subtle differences, the inks look completely different. I can not see similarities between them (other than that they are both called blue black).

I think my ink color comparison skills are not so good cause I only see subtle differences.

:blush:

 

maybe its the case that some people have a particularly good eye for inks, just like some people have a particularly good ear for music. Maybe its something you are born with??



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#42 amberleadavis

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Posted 11 July 2020 - 22:27

Thank you for showing this to us.


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#43 Safari_Camo

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 05:31

You could put the ink in Borosilicate glass Flask over the stove with a ultra mild temperature, you could get the results sooner.   :D



#44 WLSpec

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Posted 13 July 2020 - 23:15

I really like/prefer the shade of the 200%.  

Agreed! I may have to pick some up after seeing this review  :)



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Posted 14 July 2020 - 16:59

This is the color I get out of my Custom 823. It is a little bit lighter than in OPs pictures, but I really enjoy this tone. Then pen is a little bit on the wetter side, though.

One thing I really love about this ink: If I think about what I am writing for a short time, the first few letters or figures are considerably darker, which gives my writing a lot more of that "fountain pen personality".

Perfect ink.

 

 

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