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I wonder if anybody could share a writing sample of Noodler's Baltimore Canyon Blue Ink and some experience (such as behaviour, cleaning etc.), comparisons, whatever actually?

It is relatively new and there is only a couple of samples online (and they differ quite a lot). However the ink looks really nice from what I have seen.

Also what is a bit weird... while most retailers accent there might be some sheen, almost every retailer also states it is not meant to be water-proof at all (but may have some water resistance eventually)... while Noodler's website says "water proof, archival, permanent".

Thank you all!

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Sounds like an interesting color; looking forward to seeing the responses.

 

 

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Hello aurore, I've been using Baltimore Canyon for a couple of weeks now. It is a very pleasant, saturated blue similar to the Iroshizuku Asa Gao but darker. The swatch on Noodlers website is pretty accurate. I have not noticed any sheen. It seems very waterproof; a fully immersed page of writing did not show any noticeable fade or staining.

 

Overall, the behavior was good with some initial hard starts and long dry times. I prefer this color to Montblanc's Permanent Blue but we'll have to take Noodlers word that it's archival and permanent

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"It's funny; in this era of email and voice mail and all those things that I did not even grow up with, a plain old paper letter takes on amazing intimacy."  Elizabeth Kostova

 

 

 

 

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Hello aurore, I've been using Baltimore Canyon for a couple of weeks now. It is a very pleasant, saturated blue similar to the Iroshizuku Asa Gao but darker. The swatch on Noodlers website is pretty accurate. I have not noticed any sheen. It seems very waterproof; a fully immersed page of writing did not show any noticeable fade or staining.

 

Overall, the behavior was good with some initial hard starts and long dry times. I prefer this color to Montblanc's Permanent Blue but we'll have to take Noodlers word that it's archival and permanent

 

 

 

 

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