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As some of you may know Poland is one of biggest exporter of cosmetics, furniture and fruits. Chances are we'll get to be known as KWZ Ink country of origin :)

Hopefully more and more inkthusiasts know what the four letters - KWZI - mean. They mean good ink, saturated color. The fruit of the passion.

You can check Konrad's site here.

Foggy Green is strange color, quite close to so called slate grey. I must admit I enjoy this color. It's saturated and has great flow.

Ink splash


Drops of ink on kitchen towel


Software ID


Oxford recycled, 90g, Kaweco Sport Claassic, stalówka B





TeNeues, Kaweco Sport Classic, B



Copy paper. Kaweco Sport Classic, B



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Ok fine.... I am just crazy about darky murky greens.... :lol:



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Thank you for sharing! I appreciate all the work you do to make such great reviews. I love the KWZI inks.

Fountain pens are my preferred COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM (in part because crayons melt in Las Vegas).

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Thanks for posting this. I really like dark inks.

"One can not waste time worrying about small minds . . . If we were normal, we'd still be using free ball point pens." —Bo Bo Olson


"I already own more ink than a rational person can use in a lifetime." —Waski_the_Squirrel


I'm still trying to figure out how to list all my pens down here.

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Thank you for a great review :)


Foggy green is the best ink i have!


Colour is so deep and murky, yet it has light parts which show beautifully in shading. It is absolute #1 flowing ink, superior to Sailor...it's so smooth that even nail-like nibs are a joy to use :)

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Interesting colour and helpful review.


The colour swab above looks better than that on the KWZI site to my eye because I like dark green and the review photos have more green in them than the site samples.


It's also a standard ink which is a plus to someone paranoid about barrel staining.


Tempted :)

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I would love to see a side by side comparison of KWZ Foggy, Rotten, Rifle and Midnight Greens - they all look awesome but how to make choices? Surely only an obsessive would need all four?


P.S. I am deeply in love with Diamine Salamander!

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I'm already in love with Rotten and bought Midnight. Better just buy them all and get it over with. (enabler mode) :wub: :lol:

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Perhaps some on absorbent papers. But it's somewhat saturated, and so if a spill you'll have ink spreading on your page.


Not promoted as water resistant. If water-resistance or waterproof qualities are important, I personally recommend using only inks sold as permanent or waterproof. I know that limits your color choices, but FP inks, as you know, are soluble dyes in water with some chemicals added. So water-resistance is rare, and hit-or-miss.



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