Update 2013 Oct 06: Fantastic FPN post by Dillon Ang about his life long experience with Platinum Blue-Black in.
Update 2013 Mar 22: Please note that Platinum indicates their blue-black ink is a ferric tannic acid ink. That means it’s an iron gall ink. Read what Platinum has written about it here (comes after the information about their pigmented inks). Don’t be afraid! Just be sure to clean your fountain pen periodically, especially using any ink with great water resistance qualities like this one. Platinum Blue-Black is one of the great inks on the market, IMHO.
- FPN thread listing some of the iron gall inks here.
- Richard Binder’s informative Inks: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
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Platinum Blue-Black has become one of my favorite fountain pen inks. It’s free-flowing-ink-ness has been consistent across all
nine eight pens in the collection. Er, hmmm, ten nine pens. Look…
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