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Hey guys!

 

So for those of you who like new ink, we may have something in store for you ;)

 

In addition to currently being carried by ISellPens.com, ZellerWritingCompany.com, AndersonPens.net, Bertramsinkwell.com, and Amazon.com, we now have our very own Laboratory Series available on our website here.

 

Some info on these - these inks are all tested and high quality writing inks. The colors just were good enough to put out in our full line - yet! We made around 20 bottles of each color, and intend to gather feedback from these. As more and more feedback comes in, we are going to make the color a regular in one of our lines! We are even going to have some experimental inks available, with the first one being #13, which is a blue pigmented ink that is waterproof.

 

We can't wait to start shipping these out to all of you! To keep up with the latest news on Organics Studio, 'Like' us on Facebook!

 

Thanks, and feel free to contact us!

 

info@organicsstudio.com

 

Tyler

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Are there any plans to make your inks available from a European retailer? Apart from the cost of non-bulk shipping, sending glass bottles containing liquids across the Atlantic makes me nervous...

 

Too bad one of the two colours I'm most interested in (Vanadium) is retired.

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The colors we have currently available are always changing. A true purple like Vanadium is one of our priorities at the moment.

 

We are looking for good European retailers. Where do you buy your ink? We were looking at Stylos.se at one point, but they just recently closed.

 

International is the next step for us, and so it would be a great help to get some feedback on that!

 

Tyler

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Personally, I've bought from various B&M shops, including one that also has a web based shop ( http://www.penstore.se/ ), stylos.se and FPN member pharmacist but I rather doubt he'd be interested in being a retailer for anyone but himself :-)

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Stylos is closing though. :( (oops, just noticed that OrganicsStudio mentioned that)

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The colors we have currently available are always changing. A true purple like Vanadium is one of our priorities at the moment.

 

We are looking for good European retailers. Where do you buy your ink? We were looking at Stylos.se at one point, but they just recently closed.

 

International is the next step for us, and so it would be a great help to get some feedback on that!

 

Tyler

 

Maybe just Amazon.{co.uk,de,ie,whatever} to start since you are already with Amazon.com? From the UK, http://www.thewritingdesk.co.uk/ and https://www.cultpens.com/ seem to be popular on FPN (and I am a happy customer of both). Good luck.

I am no longer very active on FPN but feel free to message me. Or send me a postal letter!

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Thanks for the notice, just ordered 5 of the lab series to try out and sent you a notice on the "contact us" page listing colors. Should be fun trying them. I love "Join or Die" so maybe a new favorite in these!

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