This one is a weird one. The text at the top of the page (below) is a lot like what I was normally getting when I wrote with this pen. I primed the piston a little bit, and it looked a bit better. On copy paper, this ink tends to run somewhat dry, but it can be a little wet on Rhodia. I don't know what's going on with this one, but I'm not a huge fan. the steely grey that you see in most of the text is very cool, but you can see in the shading areas the really light color that you get most of the time.
I'd say to get a sample of this ink before you commit to a whole bottle. My experience with this ink might not be typical, or perhaps you have a pen that this will work really well with. Maybe something that is extra-wet would suit it, but I don't really have anything wetter than this Skyliner (except maybe my Custom 74, but that pen is kinda difficult to clean out).
Copy Paper Test!
Water Drop Test and Review Video!
This is an ink that might be awesome. I'm not sure how I feel about it, but that dark, steely grey is pretty slick if you can get your pen to put down enough ink to show it off. You can find bottles and samples over at Anderson Pens. A 50ml bottle goes for $36.
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The ink for this review was provided free of charge by Anderson Pens. The review was all mine, however.