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Noodler's inks are known for their affordability, wide range of colors, and good performance on more absorbent papers that are not normally fountain pen friendly. They are also known for their distinctive label art, featuring unique drawings that often reflect their creator's strongly held political and economic ideals. Dedicated to keeping prices as low as possible, Noodler's uses simple bottles and packaging, with boxes made of recycled paper. All Noodler's inks are 100% made in the USA.

This ink is part of Noodler's Eel series of lubricated inks. It is specially formulated to lubricate the pistons of piston-filled fountain pens and converters, helping them to operate more smoothly and easily.

Special Properties:

  • Lubricated: This ink is specially formulated to lubricate the pistons of piston-filled fountain pens and converters for smooth operation.


  • This ink may come in either a glass or plastic bottle and vary from the bottle pictured.
  • Glass Noodler's ink bottles are filled to the brim with ink. If you receive this ink in a glass bottle, be careful when opening it to avoid spilling.
  • See this chart for a list of Noodler's inks and their special properties.

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This is, by far, my favorite...
November 22, 2010
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This is, by far, my favorite Noodler's Ink. For color it's a bright Christmas green, a couple shades from kelly green. It writes beautifully and seems to last forever in a pen.
The only downside, and I suspected this might happen, is that it doesn't work in dropper pens. It's so fluid the gasket can't stop it, and it will start dripping from the tip, which is sort of a bummer.
I write a lot with my fountain pens, so I was hoping the dropper system would work, but it's actually okay since a refilled cartridge will often go on for a day or two longer than other fountain pen inks.
It's still a pleasure to use though.