Parker 派克 钢笔，液体瓶装，Quink墨水，57毫升，盒装-黑色
Parker 1950375 Quink Füllfederhaltertinte im tintenfass, 57 ml, schwarz
- 包括一瓶 57 毫升的黑色墨水。 与 Parker 转换器一起使用(需单独购买)
- PARKER Nachfülltinte für Füllfederhalter und andere luxuriöse Füllfederhalter
- Flacon mit hochwertiger viskoser Tinte für einen geschmeidigen Schreibfluss
- Schnell trocknende, stark pigmentierte Tinte für ein ausdrucksstarkes Ergebnis
- Eleganter Glasflacon mit breitem Boden und gut verschließendem Schraubdeckel
- Flacon mit 57 ml schwarzer Tinte enthalten Zur Verwendung mit PARKER Konverter (separat erhältlich)
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- Available in 4 colours: Black, Blue, Blue-Black and Washable Blue
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SHIPPING: box broke down, literally was the most dangerous way to ship ink. Ever. I don't care if you're trying to save money, Amazon. But you put a glass bottle of permanent ink into flimsy packaging? Think about how you package this stuff, it's fragile.
APPEARANCE: looks like a reused bottle. If it isn't, then I'm surprised. But it's shoddy presentation when the sticker label is slightly torn.
WHEN IN USE: Easy to use when using a converter or piston. but this ink is absolutely horrible for medium nibs or larger (i would imagine if its bigger, it gets worse than a medium nib). It's runny, almost like its watered down. Has a watercolor feel to it when writing. A positive tip is to use this with fine or extra fine nibs, they seem to make it flow more smooth and concentrate the ink.
COLOR: Not black. At least, to a medium nib anyways. The finer nibs make it appear to make it more dark than its true color is. I'd say its a gray or dark grey, at best.
OVERALL: Cheaper doesn't mean better. This is a good, everyday-type ink. Not something to be signing documents with, or writing letters to a special someone. This is the ink that you use to take notes and/or are a broke kid in college.
Personal Prefrence, that's all.
Now that I know what to expect from it, I rather enjoy it. But if you lay a line of this next to Waterman "Intense Black" ink, you'll see the Waterman black ink is significantly darker and more of a neutral black than the Quink black.
Remember the richer the black, the higher the pigment load, which means the more likely it is to clog your pen over time. one of the things about quink that's great is that it doesn't clog the pens easily, and it's relatively easy to clean out if it does...and it has some lubrication qualities that allow it to work reasonably well even on cheap paper.
However if you want nice sharp lines without any feathering or spreading, you do want to use a decent weight, smooth paper. if you're using your typical printer stock or even notebook paper, you're more likely to see spreading and skipping.