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Sorry for the crinkle and folding line!

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5 thoughts on “Ink Review: Pelikan Edelstein Turmaline, Ink of the Year

  1. Ok this might not be everyday writing ink for some people…but it totally would be for me!! Muahahaha! Especially since, as you pointed out, this is my blog's color! How appropriate. Clearly I must acquire a bottle now. I enjoyed this style of review. It was fun to read 🙂 As you know, I don't buy inks based on properties, but more so on color, so the more I get to see the color, the better hehe.

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  2. Thanks for the feedback! I figure, hey, it is an ink review, you want to see ink, not typeset :)I buy inks based on colors as well, but I am the very obnoxious inkophile who looks at many aspects of an ink. It can't feather on normal paper (see, absurd expectation), can't be dry, and can't stain. I am just looking for trouble here!

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