One Minute Ink Review: KWZ Iron Gall Blue #4

KWZ Iron Gall Blue #4

KWZ Iron Gall Blue #4. Despite the name, this ink is gray. Not blue-gray, really just gray. It’s got KWZ’s usual nice shading, and usual easy clean-up. I like it best in a wetter writer, to darken the color.

An everyday ink? Well, in that category, I’ve already got Pilot-Iroshizuku Kiri-same. Also Montblanc’s no-longer-available Albert Einstein ink. And I really liked Kaweco’s new Smokey Grey, too, although that’s lighter in color.

4 thoughts on “One Minute Ink Review: KWZ Iron Gall Blue #4

  1. It only took me 27 seconds to read the “one-minute review”. What do I win?

    (Boy, I have *never* warmed to grey inks. Though I suppose that makes sense.)

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    1. You win a quote from my favorite novel: “The power of doing anything with quickness is always much prized by the possessor, and often without any attention to the imperfection of the performance.” 🙂

      It’s amazing, really, to know that the “oh snap” moment has been with us for more than 200 years.

      Actually, the entirety of my review was, originally, “This ink is gray.” But I decided to beef it up.

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      1. “That sucked.”
        ~ Beavis (or Butthead)

        (No, but really, that was a very clear, concise review. You said what needed to be said, and little more. Who can complain?)

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