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Seitz-Kreuznach Pacific Blue


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There is a NEW Ink Player out there. Seitz-Kreuznach is offering good value for their ink. In summary:

 

  • Most of them are medium-wet
  • Decent water resistance
  • Colors are vibrant.. except Flamingo Pink
  • Warning: with a broad wet pen, you WILL get show through and some bleed through

 

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Water Test (20 seconds under running water)

 

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As you can tell.. it dries MUCH lighter than what it looks like originally. When wet it looked like a nice RICH dark Royal Blue... I am no fan of medium blues.. and I did like it. Until dry. Then is not much more different than a bunch of blues out there.

 

 

C.

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Hmmm this color reminds me a lot of the Williamsburg! Not too shabby but could be a bit darker. A tad bit of black may help it

 

BTW, did you get all these as bottles or samples? If you got samples, where can I pick some up?

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I was rather hoping that at least one of their blues would be a deep, solid blue. Alas...

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I was rather hoping that at least one of their blues would be a deep, solid blue. Alas...

 

The Navy Blue is really sweet.... dark and mysterious.... Is more a blue-black than a Navy Blue.. but it has some serious water resistance... :wub:

 

 

C.

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Thanks for saving us.

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Interesting colour, to me it sort of looks like Iroshizuku Ajisai? Thank you for all your great reviews.

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The colour shift reminds me of China Blue. The dried shade does kind of resemble Ajisai without the red tint.

 

Me like!

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I just recently discovered this ink (Pacific Blue) and I'm impressed with it. It is almost indistinguishable from Diamine Sapphire in the F and M nibs I've used but they perform differently enough that I am not convinced they are the same ink.

 

Cost per ounce and the smooth wet flow have made me a fan. Too bad there is such a limited color selection but I will try the Navy Blue version.

 

The excellent communication from the seller along with the quality and price of the ink makes it attractive and I hope they expand the range of offerings.

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