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Noodler's Bad Belted Kingfisher (3oz)


 
3oz (90ml) bottle of Noodler's Bad Belted Kingfisher fountain pen ink.

Blue Herons sometimes eat catfish alive. Such treatment of the Noodler's Ink mascot is reprehensible behavior, and thus these regrettable characters make up the "Warden's Ink Series". It is the first fountain pen ink of its kind and is Noodler's Ink's attempt at defeating certain new tools of the modern forger.

The new devices and their technological application have been made known to Noodler's Ink by Nicholas A. Masluk, a gentleman genius from Yale University (with a father who was in the Secret Service no less!). Noodler's Ink is confident in these new methods' ability to defeat the strongest roller ball inks on the planet.

This series aims to hinder this new threat to the longevity of the written word. While combining all the durability of the "bulletproof" designation against the forces of UV light, industrial solvents, detergents, etc., it also includes additional features made to foil the future possibility that forgers might discover certain additional new technologies and use them to ill ends.

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Our Price: $12.50

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3 oz (90ml) bottle of Noodler's Bad Belted Kingfisher fountain pen ink.

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 124 Write a review.

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Another excellent ink from Noodler's! September 2, 2014
Reviewer: David Covert from Hayward, CA United States  
This ink is interesting, I've found that depending on the pen and paper combinations I use with it the color variation can shift pretty dramatically from a nice muted blue to one with a lot of turquoise to it. It flows extremely well and is easy to clean.

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Mature Ink August 26, 2014
Reviewer: J. Nichols from Chicago, IL USA  
This ink is one of the nicest blues I have ever used. It has a mature, dark texture and flows like a gel pen. It's a really nice addition to any collection of inks, especially noodler's ones.

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AMAZING August 25, 2014
Reviewer: Jacob Dabbour from Los Angeles, California  
This color shades excellently. A perfect blue-black that is permanent! The color is exactly what I expected. Thanks Mr. Tardiff!

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wonderful ink July 29, 2014
Reviewer: Robert Maynard from ringgold, GA United States  
I use this as my work ink. It has a beautiful, deep blue-black colour. I use it in my Lamy with a fine nib and it does wonderful on cheap copy paper I have to use at work. No feathering or bleed through, and it dries quickly too. I think this is a very underrated ink that more people need to try.

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Puzzled over the color, but brilliant properties. July 26, 2014
Reviewer: Percy Bjorklund from Sweden  
Well, here's the deal: My BBK looks more like what I would expect Bad Green Gator to look. First, I was puzzled, because onscreen samples shows it as the bluest Warden ink. Then I figured, ok, screen is always a bad reference.
I expected a more blue ink.

Update: Anyway the results are in, and this is an excellent ink. Besides Bullet proof etc. it's also durable, as it proves by passing my 10-day fading test without any change at all. As it also writes fairly well, the verdict is 5 stars.
However, 54'th Massachusets writes better still, and is a close match in color. So my BBK is likely to get old in the bottle.


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