Fellow refillers - Something new to refill


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Burt

There are many stalwart fans of fountain pens, and an article in the New
York Times, Sunday, October 8, edition shows a new twist on the age-old
fountain pen design. Is this a new use for our cheaper-by-the-gallon
aftermarket inks? Notice that you can purchase additional tips to use all
of your CMYK inks. Click on the NY Times link to read the article I found
interesting. A good concept, but terribly expensive. Notice that there is
mention of the ink not "clogging" the tip when the cap is left off for
several hours. Notice, also, that you can use ANY quality ink in these
pens. Just like my Canon printers!
 
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Burt

Burt said:
There are many stalwart fans of fountain pens, and an article in the New
York Times, Sunday, October 8, edition shows a new twist on the age-old
fountain pen design. Is this a new use for our cheaper-by-the-gallon
aftermarket inks? Notice that you can purchase additional tips to use all
of your CMYK inks. Click on the NY Times link to read the article I found
interesting. A good concept, but terribly expensive. Notice that there
is mention of the ink not "clogging" the tip when the cap is left off for
several hours. Notice, also, that you can use ANY quality ink in these
pens. Just like my Canon printers!
Forgot to include the link which is http://www.inkballpens.com/
 
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Taliesyn

Burt said:
There are many stalwart fans of fountain pens, and an article in the New
York Times, Sunday, October 8, edition shows a new twist on the age-old
fountain pen design. Is this a new use for our cheaper-by-the-gallon
aftermarket inks? Notice that you can purchase additional tips to use all
of your CMYK inks. Click on the NY Times link to read the article I found
interesting. A good concept, but terribly expensive. Notice that there is
mention of the ink not "clogging" the tip when the cap is left off for
several hours. Notice, also, that you can use ANY quality ink in these
pens. Just like my Canon printers!

I bet the ink (that they want you to use) doesn't cost more than the
actual pen as is the case with Canon OEM inks costing more than the
printer - which is really just a fancy electronic pen!

-Taliesyn
 

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