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Raduga Blue Question

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#1 Dip n Scratch

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Posted 05 August 2020 - 08:28

I have a bottle of the Raduga Blue & I I would like to know if people find it on the thick side for fountain pens? Or maybe it does not flow as well?

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Posted 08 August 2020 - 12:53

I find it relatively saturated (although at least somewhat less so than most Noodler's and Private Reserves). Flow is also good; in any case by no means dry. Drying time for this and other such inks) of 15-20 s is IMO "normal" to "good". All in all -- IYAM -- an ink with "good" physical properties. That also applies to the other four Radugas I have (green, red, magenta, black).


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