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Thanks for the review!

I have sample that I plan to ink up my AL-star with today. I hope it doesn't disappoint me like Bad Blue Heron did.

YNWA - JFT97

 

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Now I've written a little bit with BBK. The color suites me much better than BBH.

 

I agree with you when it comes to spread, it's a bit too much. At least on the paper I have been using (80 g standard notebook paper).

Nib creep is also quite much, but I guess you get that with buletproofs. I had the same problem with BBH, Shin-Kai not nearly as much.

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My favorite ink and leagues ahead of BBH, I think. the color is outstanding, it doesn't stink like BBH, it's a much wetter ink.

 

Yeah, the nib creep is...ehhh and the spreading is a bit ehh too, but at least it dries quickly (so does BBH, just stating). Also, if you use a F or a smaller M, it's managed on the line width I've noticed.

 

It also cleans out pretty easy, for a dye-heavy ink that's bullet proof and laser proof!

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It seems to make my AL-star very wet. Quite hard to write precise, even with a fine nib.

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I like to see reviews of this ink because it's one of the first I bought and continue to favor; the color is so soothing and dignified. It's for those who tend to write quickly on cheap paper. :rolleyes:

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