Noodler's Purple Wampum ink review

Noodler’s Purple Wampum ink review

Noodler’s Purple Wampum is a rich and dark imperial purple. There isn’t a lot of shading. It feathers like you would not believe. In fact the only ink I’ve ever found that feathers as much as this was Noodler’s Polar Brown. Here I am doodling the Inkling: Thank you to[…]

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Noodler's Apache Sunset ink review

Noodler’s Apache Sunset ink review

Oh crumbs and crumble how lovely is this? Thank you to Pure Pens for sending me this ink to review and to keep. Pure Pens are Europe’s only supplier of Noodler’s inks. You can buy Lexington Gray direct from Pure Pens here. You can find some more reviews of Noodler’s[…]

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Noodlers Lexington Gray ink review

Noodler’s Lexington Gray ink review

This is a great neutral grey/gray. It’s very wet but dries in a reasonable time. This is part of Noodler’s waterproof range. Thank you to Pure Pens for sending me this ink to review and to keep. Pure Pens are Europe’s only supplier of Noodler’s inks. You can buy Lexington[…]

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Noodlers Rollerball cap

Noodler’s Nib Creaper Rollerball review

Noodler’s Nib Creaper Rollerball is a piston filling rollerball. It holds a lot of ink – any ink you like, too. In terms of look and feel it is very Noodlerish. By which I mean rather retro, well-made, good value and basic but thoughtful. As far as I know it’s[…]

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Noodlers Konrad uncapped

Noodler’s Konrad fountain pen review

A good pen is a pen that brings you joy when you pick it up and write. That has nothing to do with price, nib goldiness, filling mechanism or any other objective quality. It’s hard to define and it will be different for every individual person. The Noodler’s Konrad is,[…]

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