Official Website: https://noodlersink.com/
PROUDLY 100% MADE IN THE USA
“Noodler’s Ink” has the lowest cost per volume in stores that carry it and it’s 100% made in the USA from cap to glass to ink. The ink with the catfish on the label symbolizes a southern sport that attempts to equalize the struggle between man and animal in the quest for a sense of fair play — and thus a fair price.
When people who have purchased a tip dip or Sheaffer Admiral find themselves facing costly ink bottles — and then ask me how on earth such a pen can be more economical to use than a Bic, there is a problem. Ink should not be so high priced that affordable luxury pens lose the battle for economic viability over the long term. A gold nibbed, $25 pen has, until recently, always been a better deal over several years than purchasing ball pens — it also maintains a resale value (often appreciating over the purchase price if well cared for) and avoids permanent deposits in landfills as is experienced with disposable ball pens.
AFFORDABLE FOUNTAIN PEN INK
WITH A DECENT COLOR SELECTION
“Where can you get good fountain pen ink that is safe for use in pens, yet affordable and with a decent color selection?” Right here. And if you want to have it stocked by your local ink/pen retailer at a location near you so that postage costs are avoided, please let them know about the all new Noodler’s Ink.
The waterproof/fraud proof line cannot be altered on a check or envelope by rain or bleach/ammonia. They consist of over 97% water content…and rinse (or simply rub) off lucite/celluloid/acrylic rod stock testing and ebonite testing stock…and if dried in the bottle it can be reconstituted with tap water…but once on cellulose paper they stay on it as a bulldog biting the leg of the enemy despite rain/soaking and the soaps of a check forger. One word of caution – if mixed with conventional ink the fraud proof ink WILL REVERT TO CONVENTIONAL INK and all those properties will be lost. It is a delicate formula best left alone if one wants the features to remain constant.
Showing all 2 results