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Sailor Jentle Epinard Ink (50ml Bottle)

Sailor Jentle Epinard Fountain Pen Ink (50ml Bottle)


 
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Sailor Jentle Epinard fountain pen ink is smooth-flowing and specifically formulated to be safe for all fountain pens. The 50ml glass bottle features an internal removable ink reservoir that makes it possible to fill your pen even when the ink runs low. Cap the bottle, turn it upside down, and then turn it right-side up. The holes on the sides of the reservoir allow ink to flow into the reservoir into which a fountain pen nib can be submerged.

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Sailor Jentle Epinard Fountain Pen Ink (50ml Bottle)

Sailor Jentle Epinard fountain pen ink is smooth-flowing and specifically formulated to be safe for all fountain pens. The 50ml glass bottle features an internal removable ink reservoir that makes it possible to fill your pen even when the ink runs low. Cap the bottle, turn it upside down, and then turn it right-side up. The holes on the sides of the reservoir allow ink to flow into the reservoir into which a fountain pen nib can be submerged.


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A new favorite dark green. May 28, 2017
Reviewer: Bryan Marsh from Milwaukie , OR United States  
This ink is dark but still shades to show off the dusky greenness. The color is similar to Private Reserve Avacado. It smells of leather, and performs flawlessly. After a more than 5 minute soak in water it was still perfectly legible, but now blue.  A new go to green for me, and I have 18 bottles of green ink!

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Sailor Jentle Epinard (50 ml) January 19, 2015
Reviewer: Charles from United States, Texas  
Excellent saturated green ink. No feathering and washes out of pen easy. Ink was packaged carefully and shipped very quickly. Awesome Anderson's Thanks

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Gorgeous Green ink July 23, 2014
Reviewer: Andrew from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida  
This is by far one of the most gorgeous green inks I have ever come across. It's almost a dusty, swampish green, with undertones of brown and gold revealed at different viewing angles.

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Sailor Jentle Ink Epinard March 1, 2014
Reviewer: Steve Kaye from Placentia, CA United States  
Beautiful, rich earth tone color.

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Gorgeous color
Reviewer: Martin Leverton from Kettering, Northamptonshire  
Though I have had this ink for some time, I've been waiting for the nib, for which it was intended, to arrive. So, the nib's here, and the Epinard is in full flow. The nib I'm using is larger than my usual nib - medium - and it really brings out this gorgeous colour.  Green is one of those colours where, like red, they mostly have their uses, but you wouldn't write a letter with them. This green would be one of the few exceptions. I've reviewed inks previously and mentioned that they'd be suitable for a letter, but this is in a different class. I had the same experience with Sailor Grenade, which looked ""red"" and turned out to be, like this, full of colour and warmth, but also a really lovely ink to use, for itself, rather than marking, or accounts. It's an ink you write with, or doodle with, just so that you can see it. Incidentally, I DO mean that. Maybe - I'm weird that way. It looks less great if you drink it, of course.  Reviews of this ink suggest that it has better than average water resistance, and is like Grenade in that respect. I also haven't read a single review where the reviewer, and commentators didn't like it, and where there wasn't a sufficiently readable residue after a good soaking.  As for the colour itself, in the absence of a swab, I'd say that the colour of the label on the bottle is a pretty good representation.  Like all Sailor bottled inks, the bottle contains a removable ink reservoir. However, the bottle is shallow. Consequently, whether you will love the reservoir or remove it, will depend on how your pen fills. If you have a pen which requires some of the section to be below the ink level, for it to fill, I'd guess you'd remove the reservoir. But this is true of most of these reservoirs, including the TWSBI cones. Great for some pens, unusable for others. My suggestion - buy a Sailor pen, because they fill almost from the tip of the nib!  Similarly a Lamy 2000, or that Parker 51 you should already have, will just love the reservoir. :)  Lovely ink. More expensive than some, and a lot cheaper than others with great pretensions.

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