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Varholiaglimp
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Jan 15, 2015
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I'm not quite understanding why people would have no possible use for black, blue and brown ink, all of which are staples for most calligraphers, writers and even check signers I know.
If I'm doing book signings, I almost always use brown or sepia ink. If I were using a different color, it would probably be black or blue. Government agencies won't accept certain forms and documents that are filled out in any other color but black or blue.
Jan 15, 2015
writeon
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Jan 16, 2015
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It is not that some dont need blue/black/brown inks.
I use fountain pens for most of my writing and already have more of blue and black inks than i can finish in the next 2years (Pilot 500ml bottles).
The main pull of Noodlers for me (and for many others i know) is the wide range of colors they offer. Even if it is a black ink, i prefer something like Xfeather or Heart of Darkness which really stand out from hundreds of other black inks on offer.
Jan 16, 2015
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