|Product Dimensions||6.81 x 5.79 x 5.79 cm; 167.83 Grams|
|Item Model Number||INKC-1500#1|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||INKC-1500#1|
|Item Weight||168 g|
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Platinum Carbon Ink Bottle 60ml - Black
- Pigmented carbon ink
- Capacity 60ml
- Ink colour: Black
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The story of Platinum begins in 1919 when its' founder Shunichi Nakata set up shop in Okayama, Japan selling fountain pens. He was considered a visionary entrepreneur who understood the cultural attributes of the newly invented fountain pen. Today, Platinum continue to be revolutionary in the design, engineering and technology of their fountain pens.
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* Reasonably quick drying (not fast, but faster than some of my other inks).
* Smooth writing.
* Extremely black ink! It is made with carbon microparticles which makes it very black.
* Waterproof and fadeproof (an earlier test of this ink has been sitting the sun for close to a year and hasn't visibly faded)
* When the bottle is full, the internal reservoir doesn't work very well.
* This is a rather expensive ink.
* As a pigment ink, you can smudge it even when it is dry. It doesn't smudge easily but it is possible.
* If it dries out or comes into contact with other inks it turns into a sludge that can clog up your pens. Regular cleaning and a pen that doesn't dry too quickly is essential.
- 2nd year architecture student, UK
Even with quality 300gram watercolour paper and left over night to dry I was still getting ink smudges when applying washes
A word of caution do not leave in fountain pens this is very thick ink and clogs and drys up in pens very quickly