Noodler s Black Ink Review

Noodlers ink Review


Hi there, ink fans! Madigan here, reviewing the deeply dark Noodler's X-Feather. Jenni used it recently in her own Monday Matchup with spectacular outcomes. Relating to Noodler's, this ink was made to combat feathering on low priced paper. It's some other interesting characteristics too, like water resistance. Read on to discover more!

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Smear Test (Dry Time):
  • Slow- This is not a fast drying ink! It took over 30 second for it to dry. That is some thing to keep in mind if you're considering using it for its water-resistant home. Until it's dried out, you'll see some smearing. Wait-awhile before you apply liquid!

Spill Test (Water Weight):
  • High-Despite the long dry time, whenever left alone, this ink does be very permanent. The creator of Noodler's bills this among their "bullet-proof" inks, indicating it really is practically impossible to erase or eliminate.

Saturation:
  • High-No huge difference anyway within the swabs! Initial line is just as dark as final.

Ease of Cleaning:
  • Difficult- I found that due to its dark hue as well as other properties, I'd to give the pen a bit more attention whenever cleansing it. Some more rinses, a toothbrush, and you ought to be good!

Shading:
  • Low- No shading here at all.

Flow:
  • Dry- Woo! This might be a dry one. I think it must have something related to the anti-feathering properties. It made the typically smooth Lamy nib have some comments. It wasn't a sense I became used to!

Packing and Aesthetics:
  • 3oz utilitarian container with 2ml ink examples readily available
  • The bottle has actually a big circular orifice, rendering it simple to fill your water fountain pen
  • The label is truly interesting!
Ink Comparable in Color:
Summary:
It is an incredibly interesting ink with remarkable properties. In terms of its anti-feathering properties, it held up against even the dubious report quality of the Moleskine notebook. It is still liquid based, I can't guarantee it won't ever feather, but i believe its your very best bet if you are in a situation in which you can't get a handle on the paper high quality. It is an ink that might be advantageous to any situation- work, school, journaling, art, you name it! But we, yourself, was perhaps not a big lover due to the long dried out some time dryness.


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