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This ink is quite close...
April 28, 2015
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This ink is quite close to Noodler's Army Green, but not as much yellow in the Safari. The reason I purchased this ink is because Noodler's Army Green ate the bulb of my Edison Mina. I know that Brian Gray never said that he recommended Diamine inks, but one of the sources he listed did recommend them. For some reason I love to have the Army Green in my Mina. I reckoned that, perhaps, the Diamine formulation would not eat the bulb of my Edison Mina. It is a very pretty colour if you are in love with olive shades of green. It reminds me of my sister, Dawn's, eye colour.
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I love grey inks. This...
April 28, 2015
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I love grey inks. This is lighter than Noodler's Lexington Grey and not as cold of a colour as Pilot Iroshizuku Fuyu-Syogun. De Atramentis Charles Dickens has more of a green hue and reminds me of freshly poured cement. I would classify this as a true grey that is devoid of too much green or blue.
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Similar, though not as...
April 28, 2015
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Similar, though not as dark as, Montblanc Leonardo DaVinci Red Chalk. I love Diamine Inks.
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I love Word Notebooks....
April 28, 2015
I love Word Notebooks. All of them. The Adventure Log provides a great format for treasured memories with our favorite people. There are so many wonderful covers for this size of notebook (I love my One Star Leather notebook cover, which I found on Etsy) that make it much easier to carry and provide some extra durability to the cover, which I highly recommend for notebooks that get much travel. I know Jetpens also provide the Hellbrand covers for the notebooks. I highly recommend getting both, if you can afford it. Nock Co. also have an XL Fodderstack that would fit more than one of the pocket notebooks. I hope many people pick these up and keep Word making them. They are a wonderful alternative to Smythson, or other over-priced travel books. I love supporting Word Notebooks and Jetpens.
I love these pencils....
April 1, 2015
I love these pencils. They are nice and dark and I have minimal smudging (Doane paper, Moleskine paper, and Rhodia No. 13). Very much a favorite of mine.
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Great shade of green...
October 15, 2014
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Great shade of green and chemically resistant ink!
Uni Signos are solvent...
October 15, 2014
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Uni Signos are solvent resistant so they are great for laboratory notebooks. Of course, orange ink isn't allowed for laboratory notebooks but, I can use them in/on my calendar.
This is the best D1 refill!...
October 15, 2014
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This is the best D1 refill! I had to paint the end with a coat of nail polish to get it to work in my Yard-O-Led Esprit but, so far, so good. I have since switched most of my D1 pens (Kaweco AL Sport ballpoint and Lamy Spirit) with this refill. I haven't had a chance to assess how long it lasts, however.
I love the brass versions...
July 1, 2014
I love the brass versions of the Liliput. They have some weight to them, which makes them feel more comfortable than the aluminum variety of the Liliput (I liked those so much that I purchased two of them in the raw aluminum, EF). Clean the nib unit prior to use. I used J.B.s Perfect Flush and a Q-tip, because I was so impatient. I also used a syringe bulb...the kind that come with newborn babies, to flush the nib unit with water. I let it air dry and then installed my ink cartridge. I have Montblanc Leonardo DaVinci Chalk Red in this pen and I have to say that the combination is perfect. These pens are uncoated brass, so they take on a patina with use. I think it makes them more original.
Love these Uni Ball Signos....
December 5, 2013
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Love these Uni Ball Signos. They are chemically resistant and work well in challenging (earth) environments.
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