Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Bottle

Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink Review & Giveaway

Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day ink is part of the newest series of ink from Colorverse. The ink company recently introduced their 6th season, Joy in the Ordinary. While the prolific Korean ink company offers special edition inks that are non-space themed, this is the first season from Colorverse that is not “Space” themed. 

If you’ve been intrigued by the Joy in the Ordinary series (as you should be), this is your lucky day because we’re going to be giving you all the details about one of the inks in this popular, new Colorverse ink series right here! Additionally, we’ll even let you enter to win the bottle of ink used for this week’s fountain pen ink review!

All About the Ink Maker: Colorverse

Colorverse manufactures all 80+ of their ink colors in Korea. When describing the highly respected ink company as prolific, we aren’t exaggerating. They offer a wide variety of exciting and high-quality inks. In addition to the Joy in the Ordinary series, you can check out different types of inks created by Colorverse at Pen Chalet, such as: 

All About the Ink Series: Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary

This week’s featured ink is from an ink series named after the ordinary, everyday moments that bring joy! The Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary inks are single bottles, not double bottle packages like other Colorverse series of inks (examples above). Most noteworthy, Colorverse’s Joy in the Ordinary ink series colors reflect experiences from day-to-day life: 

Brunch Date

Coffee Break

Delicious Sleep

Under the Shade

Walk the Dog

Rainy Day

Pen Chalet carries a full range of Colorverse inks. So to learn more about the different inks currently available from Colorverse, check the inventory at Pen Chalet. 

All About This Week’s Chosen Ink: Colorverse Rainy Day Ink

Rainy Day fountain pen ink is one of the six new colors in the Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary ink series. This week’s ink is a beautiful, muted blue-gray ink, reminiscent of a rainy day sky (and equally evocative of a rainy day mood).  

** Don’t stop now. Keep reading for a chance to win the bottle of Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day fountain pen ink used for this week’s Pen Chalet Ink Review. (Or if you’re still cultivating the art of patience, scroll down to the bottom where you’ll find the link to enter this week’s giveaway).

Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Review
Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Review

It’s Time: Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink Review

For this week’s ink review, we had some fun with Colorverse Rainy Day fountain pen ink. We ran it through all the tests to find the different characteristics and traits that fountain pen lovers need to know when choosing their new favorite ink! All in all, iff you are considering adding Colorverse Rainy Day ink to your collection, you should get all the details here first, so you know what to expect! 

Ink Review Testing Factors (to keep things scientific):

We like to offer a fair representation of the fountain pen inks we review, so we’ll always include a section identifying other products used during the review alongside the week’s featured ink. Think of our paper and pen as the “controls” in our review/experiment. For instance, while reviewing Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day fountain pen ink, we used a J Herbin spiral glass dip pen (with a tip similar to a fine-medium fountain pen nib) on Rhodia dot pad paper. 

The results we discuss below came while using the ink with the pen/paper described. Just to clarify, different papers and nib sizes may produce different results! 

What Sort of Ink Bottle Does Colorverse Use?

Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day is a bottled fountain pen ink that comes in a single 30 ml. oval-shaped bottle with a flat front. The Joy in the Ordinary inks stand out in the Colorverse lineup. First of all, the inks from the company’s other series come in different bottles (both size and shape). Also, Colorverse frequently sells “pairs” of ink bottles, but the Joy in the Ordinary inks are single bottles. Finally, the Colorverse packaging is quality and includes lovely, unique artwork and stickers. And we all love a little bit of ink swag. 

How Much Does Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink Cost?

Colorverse Rainy Day ink is an economical fountain pen ink with pricing lower than other, comparable, inks on the market. Even more exciting, you can find discounted pricing at Pen Chalet.

How Fast Does Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink Dry?

Colorverse Rainy Day fountain pen ink had a dry time of approximately 7-8 seconds. Since we consider any dry time under 10 seconds to be reasonably quick, and appropriate for daily use, we would recommend Rainy Day as an everyday ink. 

Does Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink Bleed Through?

During normal use of Rainy Day fountain pen ink, we saw no bleeding. There was a bit of slight bleeding during the heavy saturated cotton swab test, however it was only at the wettest points and it was minimal.

Was There Any Feathering While Using Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink?

During normal use, we saw no feathering. Similarly, we saw ALMOST no feathering during the water test.

How Does Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink Stand Up to Water?

This week’s ink is not a waterproof fountain pen ink. However, we always include a water test in the review. (For the water test, we let an ink sample dry for about 3 minutes before running a wet cotton swab over the sample). Consequently, after putting Colorverse Rainy Day ink to the water test, we can comfortably say that while it is not waterproof, it IS almost waterproof. We saw very slight, almost imperceptible color smearing. However, the lines were still completely legible and there was nearly no additional feathering at all. In conclusion, Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day fountain pen ink holds up well to water. 

Does Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink Have Good Shading Traits?

We saw some excellent shading traits while reviewing Colorverse Rainy Day ink. However, you would need to have a nib that allows ink flow variation like a stub or italic nib to take advantage of this characteristic. You can see a lighter muted gray-blue to a darker blue-gray shade and a few shades in between. 

Final Conclusion on Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink:

Fountain pen enthusiasts looking for an economical ink will like the price for this high-quality ink from new kid on the “ink” block, Colorverse. While this Korean ink company hasn’t been around a very long time, they’ve made a name for themselves, Similarly, Colorverse built a solid reputation in the time they have been on the market with fountain pen enthusiasts everywhere trusting their inks to perform. Above all, it’s a really good choice for anyone looking for an ink that really reflects that rainy day mood we all know and love (and hate).

We like the single bottle option with the Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary series. We also appreciated the gentle, soft, muted blue-gray color of Rainy Day fountain pen ink. The dry time was very reasonable, Rainy Day fountain pen ink and other inks in the Joy in the Ordinary series by Colorverse are high performance, easy to use, and easy to clean. Additionally, we recommend checking out the other six color options in Colorverse’s 6th Season: Joy in the Ordinary ink series. On top of all the other fantastic characteristics and benefits, the Joy in the Ordinary ink series is bound to serve as a reminder to enjoy the little moments. Happy Writing from Korea! 

Enter to Win Colorverse Joy in the Ordinary Rainy Day Ink

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Gershon Brooks

Colorverse make some lovely inks!

Sara Hagen

I really like the color of Colorverse Rainy Day. It’s a lovely blue-gray much like a rain cloud.

Calvin

An ink that perfectly portrays my mood, and geographical location.

Heather C

What a fantastic ink color! It’s spot on for this Seattle weather we’re having!

T

I like the color! I also like that it stands up to water pretty well.

Dan

This is a beautiful looking ink! The color looks so serene. I can’t wait to see the other inks in this series!

Stephanie S

So pretty! This is my favorite type of blue so any ink in this color family that you want to review is fine by me!

Stephanie S

This is my favorite shade of blue ink, so any ink in this color family that you want to review would be fine by me!

Stephanie Sorby

So pretty! This is my favorite type of blue so any ink in this color family that you want to review is fine by me! 🙂

Austin Roy

What a nice color

Toni

Have you previously reviewed J. Herbin’s Bouquet D’antan? I’m on the hunt for a soft pink

Mike Solinas

This is a beautiful ink!

dimhelmet

That’s a nice looking blue-grey ink! I’d love to see more of this series!

dimhelmet

That is a nice looking blue-grey ink! I’d like to see more in the series!

GED Alangui

I love blue inks. My current favorite is kwz Baltic Memories.

Cynthia Tough

This is a lovely color. Thank you for putting it in a giveaway.

Roy c

Great looking blue

Daniela Segrove

A wonderful way to start the new year: indoors, on a rainy day, playing with ink!

dimhelmet

I love the shading in this ink! Please review more of the series!

Jovan Trujillo

lovely!

Heather Burke

The name makes me smile. 😉 🙂 🙂

dimhelmet

I loved the shading on this blue-grey ink! I’d like to see more reviews of this series.

Tony Rose

Love the look & shape of these bottles!

Tony Rose

Love the look and shape of these bottles! Not sure why my comments are being flagged as spam?

John Stein

I love the shading of this ink! Please review more of the series.

Alyssa

it looks beautiful! I’ver see a lot of love for this one. Could we get some more reviews for the Sailor Manyo? Maybe Kikyou? Thanks!

Susan Irving

My favorite ink is Diamine Shimmer Lilac Satin.

matthew fitzgerald

good name for this color!

Mary Zielinski

What a nice winter colour. Please review Sailor Manyos Haha; it looks like another nice winter color.

Michele White

What a nice soft shade of blue! I have just the pen for it too!

Ted Allen

I like blue-gray inks

Michael S. Simon

I would like to know more about the newer Sailor inks.

Pat Hannon

What a beautiful ink! Added to my list.

Monica Daggett

Yesterday I purchased from you a very dreamed come true Visconti HomoSapiens Skylight and this ink looks like the missing part for this Handsome Fountain Pen
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