Noodler's Ink is well-known among most fountain pen users. The inks are generally considered to be highly saturated, resulting in some of the richer, deeper colours on the market, yet they are all complete pH neutral. Noodler's is created by Nathan Tardiff all the ink collections come with interesting historical or political stories, offering both an education and a great writing experience. The label of each color is depicts the theme and often features the Catfish icon.
Here we have made the swatch for each color and you will be able to see the actual shades.
1) Bulletproof (UV resistant, bleach resistant, etc) - Yes
2) Eternal (Archival, fade - resistant, etc) - Yes
3) Forgery Resistant (Impervious to lasers, alcohols, solvents-ideal for security documents) - Yes
4) Waterproof - Yes
5) Fluorescent (Glows under UV light) - No
6) Lubricated (Lubricated inks for piston mech) - No
7) Freeze Resistant (Resists freezing at extreme low temperatures) - No
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Good product quality
Good product quality
Good Quality and Waterproof Black Ink
Noodler's Ink Black is the only ink I used in my fountain pen because of the bulletproof aka waterproof character. I have been using these for years. The ink flow smoothly to the nib without any problem. This is my daily standard ink. Been trying a lot of ink for the past few years to get the black colour as close as Indian ink as I use in my technical pen and this is by far the best for me. And it is waterproof. It is a wet character ink and I really like it a lot because I am a little picky in ink and I don't use any ink that immediately dry. The wetness of ink shinning under the light is very mesmerising to me...its a bad habit I have for years. The price of 3oz of ink is cheaper for a premium ink. The black colour is nearly...I would say nearly the same as Indian ink (23ml drawing ink) in my technical pen which will clogged my fountain pen if I use it because drawing ink is not suitable for my fountain pen. Only this Noodler's Black is the only black ink I use as my daily standard and in my EDC fountain pen.