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#1 southpaw

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Posted 22 September 2007 - 03:33

Your Inky Mods thought it would be a good idea to compile a list of inks that you'd like to see reviewed. Feel free to add to the list and we'll keep it compiled below. In the interest of keeping the list simple and easily readable, once you put your request below and we've added it to the list, your Inky Mods will be deleting the request post just to keep this list clean and neat and easier to manage. THANKS!


Reviews Wanted
Art Alternatives "No Shellac India Black" ("supposed" to be FP friendly)

A. T. Cross
Brown (proprietary carts)

Blot's Iron Gall

Boss
Black
Blue

Camel inks (made in India)

Caran d'Ache
Black (standard series)

Chelpark (made in India)
washable royal blue

Chesterfield inks - link (bottled by Diamine)
Cobalt Blue

Conway Stewart
Black
Orange
Red
Turquoise

De Atramentis
Apricot
Black
Cedar
Copper Brown
Dark Brown
Dark Green
Dark Red
Fire Red
Green
Licorice
Light Brown
Light Blue
Maron
Oriental Red
Pilsner
Red
Royal Blue
Turqoise-Green
Violet
Yellow

Diamine
Brilliant Red
Flamingo Pink
Quartz Black
Raw Sienna
Scarlet

Duke
Black
Blue-Black

(ST) Dupont
Black

J. Herbin
Jaune Bouton D'Or (buttercup yellow)

Kaweco
Blue

Lamy
Green

Levenger
Always Greener
Claret

Mentmore
Black

Montblanc
Mystery Black

Noodler's
Atlantic Salmon (highlighter ink)
Akhmatova (for Russian market)
Bernanke
Black Strait (Taiwan exclusive)
Brown
Fort Zeelandia (Taiwan exclusive)
Green (Standard Green)
Grizzly (Swisherpens exclusive)
Gulf Stream Blue (Swisherpens exclusive)
Hellbender Red (Swisherpens exclusive)
Hellfire (magenta) (highlighter ink)
Lightning Blue (highlighter ink)
The Iron Chancellor (missing-pen.de exclusive)
Pasternak (for Russian market)
Prussian Blue (missing-pen.de exclusive)
Seminole Sepia (SwishMix)
Sunrise (highlighter ink)
Sweden Stockholm Indigo (exclusive)
Tchaikovsky (for Russian market
True Rouge (SwishMix)
Tsvetayeva (for Russian market)
Verdun Green (Swisherpens exclusive)
Yellow

Omas
Green
Red
Violet

Papier Plume
Burgundy
Peacock

Parker
Permanent Brown(UK)
Quink Red

Pelikan
Edelstein Jade

Pilot
Green (cartridges)
Red (cartridges)

Platignum (a British brand)
Black

Platinum
Green
Red

Private Reserve
Ultra Black (fast drying)

Rotring
Brillant Ultramarine Blue

Roberson's Penman inks - Classical Transparent
Agate Blue
Amazonite Green
Aquamarine Blue
Carnelian Red
Fuchsia Quartz
Grey Hematite
Jasper Red
Jet Black
Lilac Agate
Obsidian Brown
Peridot Green
Sepia Quartz
Sulphur Yellow
Violet Agate
Yellow Jasper

Sailor
Red
Spring 2010 LE Sakura Mori

Sailior Kobe inks

Sheaffer
Black (old stock)
Jet Black (new)
Pink (new)
Turquoise (new)

Smythson of Bond Street inks - link

Stipula
Saffron

Stypen
Black

Visconti Boutique Inks
Fuschia
Purple

Waterman
Intense Black

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#2 Lennart Wennberg

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Posted 04 June 2010 - 13:09

Platinum Burgundy Sepia Pigment ink. (I've seen it in engeika's ebay shop.

#3 kristiina

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 14:15

Namiki Pilot Sepia in cartridges. Yes, someone else asked about it a couple of months back and yes, it is available as a regular fountain pen ink cartridge. I'd love to see a comparison with the brown standbys. I will probably go ahead and buy some anyhow; I'd just like to see it run through its paces.

#4 Sandy1

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Posted 31 March 2012 - 13:42

Hi,

I would appreciate seeing a comparison of current production Herbin Poussière de Lune to that ink of earlier production - purchased prior to mid-2011. (Hard to determine production date.)

This request is made in response to these Posts:
  • http://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php?/topic/218033-comparison-caran-d-ache-storm-herbin-poussiere-de-lune-diamine-damson/page__view__findpost__p__2295516
  • http://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php?/topic/218033-comparison-caran-d-ache-storm-herbin-poussiere-de-lune-diamine-damson/page__view__findpost__p__2295533
I am concerned that PdL suffers from possible changes in formulation and/or manufacturing process.

Bye,
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#5 emiliovillegas

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Posted 09 May 2012 - 10:56

Hi! There's a german brand I found today. Rheita. They sell 300ml bottles of blue Ink (Königslblau) It's not very expensive so I would love to see it reviewed here. This ink is mostly sold in the "Müller Drogerie" stores in Germany.
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#6 atypical

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 13:11

De Atramentis Permanent Ink WS8 (item nr. 1080) or alternatively De Atramentis Archive Ink (item nr. 1081)

#7 Marveen1

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Posted 31 July 2012 - 07:21

Brand of ink I'd never seen before, but it's the only bottled ink available in the local Big Box:

Daler-Rowney simply Black India Ink.

The label has pictograms indicating its use in fountain pens, refillable rollerballs, airbrush and paintbrush applications, but I am dubious enough to seek out reviews, and behold, the search function finds none.

Someone with more experience and less temperamental pens than myself were best to test it thoroughly.

#8 pen fren

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Posted 10 August 2012 - 11:39

Scheaffer, Waterman and Camel inks... This is what I have been using and are very smooth and do no clog or dry ...

Edited by pen fren, 10 August 2012 - 11:40.


#9 mhphoto

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 12:43

I'd love to see a comparison of all of Noodler's 1 oz inks with a flex pen, or at least Luxury Blue and Periwinkle.

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#10 Aman Syed

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 12:48

Bril Royal Blue and Bril Blue-Black
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#11 iveyman

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 15:08

I would like to request a review of Montegrappa Turquoise, particularly on whether it fades or not.

#12 JeanManuel

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 21:17

Akkerman black, please :)
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#13 carlos.q

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 18:55

De Atramentis document ink: both blue and black

http://www.thewritin...k&cat=ink&subr=

#14 oshizemi

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 20:25

I'd like to see Pilot Iroshizuku Shin-ryoku reviewd against Private Reserve Blue Suede. A comparison of color and characteristics.
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#15 Rosa Mundi

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Posted 22 September 2012 - 22:13

Another request for Montegrappa Turquoise here.... :)

#16 lemanfan

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Posted 22 September 2012 - 22:26

De Atramentis document ink: both blue and black

http://www.thewritin...k&cat=ink&subr=


Blue: http://www.fountainp...blue-permanent/

#17 hazcat

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Posted 18 October 2012 - 04:13

Has anyone tried Templar brand? It's rather expensive, but the description on the website makes it interesting.

http://templarink.com/01_InkRoyal.html
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#18 lmuller

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Posted 06 November 2012 - 21:43

I would love to see a review of J. Herbin invisible ink. I know it's for dip pens, not fountain pens, but would love to read a review.

Thanks for the verse at the bottom of your post!

#19 ivancarlo

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 13:15

I would also like to see a review of J. Herbin Authentic Ink (“Encre Authentique”). I think it's a relatively new ink.

#20 Sandy1

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 14:15

I would also like to see a review of J. Herbin Authentic Ink ("Encre Authentique"). I think it's a relatively new ink.


Hi,

:W2FPN:

Herbin Encre Authentique is not designated as suitable for use in fountain pens.

Kindly refer to this Post: LINK

Bye,
S1

Edited by Sandy1, 25 November 2012 - 14:16.

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