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  1. Did Montblanc reformulate it's Permanent Blue ink this year? The first bottle purchased in 2014 performed flawlessly in my MB-146 and Waterman Kultur. Each pen start writing immediately regardless if left unused for a day or even several days. My second bottle purchased earlier this year has cause both pens to hard start if left unused for just several hours or more. I've even thoroughly flushed each pen with JB's and water between the last four refills and they still hard start. Getting really frustrating.
  2. Here's a unique brick red ink from Montblanc. It does have a chalky look to it, but it works well. http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/xq90/540/NzuexB.jpg
  3. Is it mean to say that something is utter (bleep)? I don't think so. Okay, okay. To be fair, the new version isn't that bad, as long as you're not looking for water resistance. But it doesn't have any ferric component, nor does it have the old ink's (surprisingly unique) deep crimson sheen. The new color leans distinctly towards periwinkle. Before the pictures let me just say, if you're wanting to try and find the old ink out on the market before supply dries up, ask the seller for the product number. The old, iron gall ink's number is 105194. The new ((bleep)) ink's number is 109204. The sticker on the bottom of the new ink's bottle also says "non perma". In the bottle, the new ink looks unmistakably purple. http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/xq90/802/20n7.jpg http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/xq90/823/luzy.jpg And let it be known that I didn't want the new version. I ordered what was listed (by its product number) as the old ink, but I ended up receiving the new ink. I would return it, but the seller is in Germany. It wasn't too expensive, so I I guess its just a big sample now. So, let's hear it. Whatcha think?
  4. I took a punt on some Montblanc inks going on trademe (a local version of ebay). What's turned up in the post are some older style bottles with no ink names anywhere, and colours that I don't associate with Montblanc ink. Any ideas on: a: whether these are legitimate b: what they are called c: how old they might be Thanks for any help, Elizabeth
  5. We just got in stock the Montblanc writers edition 2013 pens and Dandy Turquoise Ink in stock! The Montblanc Writers Edition 2013 Honore de Balzac Ink-Dandy Turquoise Color ink is to coordinate the Montblanc Writers Edition 2013. These inks are limited one time production. Hence they are so famous and a real collectible for all the Montblanc lovers! The Turquoise color of this ink is very similar to aquamarine. The ink is very lubricating and initial tests by our staff suggests that it does not feather much. Specs:- 35 ml Glass bottle - Comes in a similar type of packaging like Jonathan Swift Seaweed ink ( what a beautiful color of green that is). - Read our blog for more details: http://blog.penboutique.com/2013/08/montblanc-honore-de-balzac-writer.html The price of the ink bottle is $17 and FPN members get an additional 5% off with coupon code: FPNROCKS http://www.penboutique.com/p-10944-montblanc-writers-edition-2013-honore-de-balzac-dandy-turquoise-ink-category-refills.aspx
  6. Hi all, This has been on the Montblanc forum for a couple of days, but the new 2013 writers edition ink will be Dandy Turquoise. I can't help but have high hopes for an ink with a name like that! September due date, I haven't seen any other images to date.





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