This reminds me I have a large bottle of this ink that hasn't been used in a while. Makes me want to fill something up with it again.
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Noodler's Baystate Blue - comprehensive review
Posted 04 August 2014 - 21:09
Oh, what a relief! Now you know, what BSB is all about, and it's good to hear that you like it.
Yeah, I've got some other blue samples to try, but I may wind up getting myself a bigger bottle of this.
Until you ink a pen, it is merely a pretty stick. --UK Mike
My arsenal, in order of acquisition: Sailor 21 Pocket Pen M, Cross Solo M, Online Calligraphy, Monteverde Invincia F, Hero 359 M, Jinhao X450 M, Levenger True Writer M, Jinhao 159 M, Platinum Balance F, TWSBI Classic 1.1 stub, Platinum Preppy 0.3 F, 7 Pilot Varsity M
disposables refillables, Speedball penholder, TWSBI 580 USA EF, Pilot MR, Noodler's Ahab 1.1 stub, another Preppy 0.3, Preppy EF 0.2, ASA Sniper F, Click Majestic F, Kaweco Sport M, Pilot Prera F, Baoer 79 M (fake Starwalker), Hero 616 M (fake Parker), Jinhao X750 Shimmering Sands M . . .
31 and counting
Posted 24 November 2015 - 00:19
I thought I'd give this older post on Noodler's Baystate Blue, which seems to be the definitive review, a shot for a question rather than a new post on an old topic.
I like the blues but I am not an ink guy. I try to collect primarily representative samples of Pelikan/Pelikano and other black German pen brands from the 50's - 60's. I have Pelikan Koenigs Blau and a blue/black, a straight-leg blue. and a very nice Holy Mackeral Sapphire Blue.
I gather from the above observations that it is probably a good idea to have a dedicated pen for the Baystate saturated blue.
I have just ordered a Jinhao 450 for 74¢ including shipping. Before I order a bottle (probably the 3oz size) of Baystate Blue:
• Do you inksters think that this will be a good working combination?
(at 74¢, I'm not too concerned if the pen isn't the right one, or staining, if it is)
Posted 01 January 2016 - 05:10
and the answer to the question above with info garnered from a separate post and my own experience is YES IT WILL WORK JUST FINE!
Posted 28 April 2016 - 03:14
Hi, I am doctor and also a fountain pen lover. So my priority is having a permanent ink as to write on case paper and prescriptions. And other practical point is, I dont want to keep on capping and uncapping my pen. I love writing unposted. So only option for pen is Pilot Vanishing Point(PVP) for its click mechanism ( just like ball-point) So all well. But the problem is JUST LOVE Noodlers' Baystate Blue(BSB), for both its water proofing and the vibrancy. I know its dangers. As of now using BSB without any problems in Pilot Metropolitan for 2 months. But seriously want to shift to PVP, for its practical purpose for me.
SO the big question is should I use BSB in PVP?
So I request the community to throw some light on it. Does anyone has any personal experience in this combination?
Posted Today, 06:50
I wouldn't dare.