Friday, April 10, 2020
Koh-I-Noor limited edition ink
I have spotted on the Koh-I-Noor site that they have a new ink for sale.
It uses the same plastic 50 ml bottle as the standard one but it is about 5 times more expensive.
The name Koh I Noor is missing from the label, just Hardtmuth. I guess this is because it is a limited edition from the "HARDTMUTH collection".
Blue or black are the only available colors.
I didn't test it yet, I hope I will in the future, but I would like for Koh I Noor to make more colors at least for the "special collections". As their inks come in basic blue, black or red.
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