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Noodler's Ink Replacement Labels


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Hello Colleagues,

I have asked this same question to "LB" Luxury Brands. In the recent weeks while moving my movers damaged my Ink collection tote and over 10-20 bottles of my inks 98% were Noodler's band in the boxes they were received in. I lost labels from the remaining bottles in the cleaning up processes. I was looking to purchase replacement labels to re-apply to the bottles after determining its name. LB told me that this is not possible. My question to the group is LB the distributor to retailers of Nathan's T., inks products. If not could some in the forum give me an email or address to Nathan T so that I may ask my question to him?

 

I have found that only one other brand bottle was lost, this leads me to the question why are Noodler's Ink so breakable when others are not.

 

Thank you for my Fountain Pen colleagues in reading my concern.

 

Randy Allen Dodds (Penster59)

randydodds@gmail.com

Palm Harbor, FL

 

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- Luxury Brands is the US distributor of Noodlers.

 

- Nathan Tardiff probably does not want the public to know his address or phone. Maybe you could write him c/o Luxury Brands?

 

- Did your movers break the bottles or did the labels wash off? Just curious: sounds like some bottles broke, spilling liquid on all the other bottles? You can make your own labels, of course, and I would do that. but I don't care more than that a label matches an ink.

 

- Nodlers labels are about as well-glued as any other.

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Why don't the movers pay to replace the damaged bottles? Sounds like it is their fault.

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It would be completely normal to refuse to sell you replacement labels. Their worry would be that you were an unscrupulous person trying to counterfeit the inks.

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