on saleInk Miser Intra-Bottle Inkwell, Clear

Product Code IM-11002

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on saleInk Miser Intra-Bottle Inkwell, Clear

Product Code IM-11002

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$6.00
Color:
Clear
Never waste a drop! This clear conical insert for your Noodler's 3oz bottles helps you easily fill your pen. We found that it also fits Monteverde 90ml and Stipula 70ml bottles. It's really helpful for when the volume gets low!

Instructions for use:
  1. Open ink bottle and place Ink Miser Intra-Bottle Inkwell into the 3 oz. bottle.
  2. Replace ink bottle cap and screw on tightly leaving the Ink Miser in place.
  3. Turn bottle upside down a few times allowing the ink to fill the Ink Miser.
  4. Quickly turn upright and carefully remove the lid.
  5. Place pen nib in the ink- filled Ink Miser and fill the pen with ink as usual.
  6. Leaving your Ink Miser in place, you can replace the cap and secure tightly.
  7. Wipe the pen with a dry cloth to remove excess ink.
Condition
New
Brand
Ink Miser
Type
Inkwells

Customer Reviews

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Joshua J.
Fits Monteverde bottles BUT...

This fits the Monteverde bottles and works well for them however they are not my go to inks. I prefeer to use Colorverse or Dianime, and sadly this doesnt work for them at all. the normal one with a stand and pippete works for them though.

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Michael A.
Extremely handy and simple to use

For ink I use often, as well as ink I'm near to running out of, this is the ideal gimmick - so long as your ink bottle's opening is the same size as the standard Noodler's bottles (and Monteverde, and Waterman's). Just leaving the insert in the bottle is the easiest path: tip the bottle upside down, set it down again, open it , and right inside the bottle you have a perfect reservoir holding even the very last drops of your ink in the perfect position to fill your pen.

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Jordan B.
It worked like a charm

It really worked well, the one thing I wish would have been done differently is that I ordered with it an empty noodler's bottle but the label was in Russian so I couldn't tell what the name of the ink was so I would have liked it if you told what the ink in that bottle was supposed to be

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Bill T.
Just what I was looking for!

I have a Montblanc shoe ink bottle with a well at one end that UI was looking to get more of for some of my other inks. I remembered the old Scrip ink bottles with a built-in well when I was a kid in the 1950s that similarly made it easy to fill a pen after the bottle's ink was partially depleted. This, coupled with some empty Noodler's ink bottles also from Goulet Pens was the perfect solution.

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Nathan P.
A True Miser

This little gizmo is truly a miser. Wow! A great tool. My bottle of Noodlers was super low and getting to the point where I might have needed to use a syringe to fill my pen: less than a centimeter of ink. Thanks to the miser, I should be able to get ink from my bottle without dirtying a syringe to the last few drops. I'd say this is as essential for fountain pen owners as a bulb syringe is for flushing pens.One con I noticed about the miser is that more ink than usual tends to collect on and around the lid making the opening of the bottle potentially a bit messier, but the rim and lid can be wiped with a paper towel if necessary. Just be careful not to put the bottle into a bag or other mode of transport without first cleaning up the lid or you could possibly have a small amount of ink from the threading of the lid and that area spill out into the bag or just rub off; I've not encountered this yet, but I could see it happening.Great product. I've only used it once so far, but I already love it and highly recommend it.