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Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue Ink Review & Giveaway!

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue Ink: Organics Studio produces the number one mega sheening ink on the market, Nitrogen Royal Blue ink is the number two mega sheening ink on the market with Walden Pond Blue ink as number one, or is it the other way around? Regardless, which Organics Studio ink is considered the top sheening on the market, you will love Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink.

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue Ink Bottle

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue Ink Bottle

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink is part of Organics Studio’s Element fountain pen inks, which have chemistry themed colored names. Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink is handmade and shipped directly from Maryland. The inks have been a tremendous success. The Nitrogen royal blue is a beautiful blue ink similar in color to Sailor Souten ink, however, with the sheen the royal blue becomes almost an afterthought. This king of sheen ink, has a dark metallic shinny purple sheen that comes out without any difficulty. It can be achieved easily using any sized nib and on most paper products, which is quite unusual. Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink sells out quickly so if you find it in stock, we would suggest you pick up a bottle or two right away.

Continuing reading for a chance to win the bottle of Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink we used for this review.

 Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink


Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink

While testing Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink we noticed the following characteristics that you may find useful:

Testing Factors

For this reviewe we used a J. Herbin glass spiral dip pen on French made Rhodia dot pad paper. The glass dip pen has a tip that is equivalent to a fine fountain pen nib, and yes the sheen was still very noticeable. Our photos of the ink do not do it justice.

Bottle Sizes

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink comes in a standard Organics Studio plastic 55 ml. bottle. The simple bottle and even simpler cardboard box is the only simple or basic thing about this ink. The label on the bottle is very plain with the initials O.S. and the letter “N” on it. The label on the box is typical for Organics Studio with a simple explanation of Nitrogen and some of the products that contain it.

Cost

What makes Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink even more fantastic is its reasonable price as it retails for $16.00. Hands down one of the best buys on the ink market today, as I would guess people would pay double for this ink in a heartbeat.

Dry Time

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink with its sheening characteristics is a pretty wet ink and takes longer to dry. During our review with the Rhodia paper and glass dip pen, we found a dry time of approximately 12-15 seconds. A larger nib would produce a longer dry time, but it’s worth the wait.

Bleed Through

With Rhodia dot pad paper, we found no real bleeding with Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink, except for a very slight amount during the cotton swab test when the swab was wet with ink.

Feathering

During normal use with Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink we found no feathering using the glass dip pen on Rhodia paper. During the water test however, there was some feathering at the test’s wettest points.

Water Test

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink is not waterproof. During our water test it produced a significant amount of color smearing and some feathering, but no additional bleeding. Except for the wettest parts of the ink sample, the lines, although completely color smeared, kept pretty crisp and distinct.

Shading

Good luck finding some meaningful shading using Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink, as all the sheen will offset any shading there may be in the blue color.

Conclusion about the Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue Ink

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink is worth the buy. If you don’t love it, we are sure you will be able to find someone to take this ink off your hands and your investment will not be lost. This ink is very popular and deservedly so.

The purple metallic sheen is out of this world and it comes easily without any additional effort. The wetter the line, the more sheen will show and less of the royal blue color. The sheen will show on almost all types of paper with any size fountain pen nib. The look is fantastic and is dark enough for office use and cool enough for any other use including home, journal, note taking or letter writing.

Organics Studio Nitrogen Blue ink is not waterproof and it does not come in a display quality glass bottle, but the price reflects the simple packaging, which makes it a spectacular economy ink. Usually we tell customers that certain fountain pens are the attention getter or conversation starter, but in this case the ink may be more of a spark than your fountain pen. We are continually getting more of the ink in but do sell out quickly. Please be patient if we are out as we are ordering as much as we can and will have it in stock again soon. Happy Writing!

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Holly
4 years ago

beautiful ink! <3

Daniel Clague
4 years ago
Reply to  Holly

Really great shade!

Justin
4 years ago

Very attractive ink – I enjoy a nice blue in a demonstrator pen!

Andrew Mulnix
4 years ago

I haven’t used this brand before. This blue looks pretty good. Can always use more blue!

Benjamin R
4 years ago

I’m feeling somewhat compelled to buy another blue ink. Looking at the water test portion, I suspect this is more cooperative to pen cleaning than say, a certain blue from Noodler’s.

Lou
4 years ago

Another gorgeous ink!

David
4 years ago

Nitrogen looks to be the most curious ink to try out. That red sheen!

Ben L
4 years ago

That’s a really nice ink, would love to try it!

Everett
4 years ago

Looks to have an interesting sheen — I like it

Sharon A.
4 years ago

Another must have blue ink. It looks great.

Scott DiGello
4 years ago

It’s a nice blue but a little too wet for everyday use.

Mike Solinas
4 years ago

I really like this one!

Patrick Tinney
4 years ago

Beautiful looking blue. I am always looking for nice blues. Now this will be on my to buy list.

John
4 years ago

Wow, that’s really nice!

M. Ingibergsson
4 years ago

A beautiful shade of blue and I love the simple packaging.

Nella
4 years ago

Organics Studio Inks – wonderful selection. Nitrogen blue – that sheen is fantastic. It looks wonderful in a medium nib in Waterman Carene. Thank you for doing giveaways PenChalet.

rdcalhoon
4 years ago

I’d like to see waterproof/resistant inks in interesting colors.

Pastor Ron Parish
4 years ago

You asked what I’d like to see next. What about showing some Waterman or Sheaffer inks?

Sher Anderson
4 years ago

I love inks that sheen, and this looks like an interesting one!

FaithRobin Buchin
4 years ago

Gorgeous blue! Thanks for the giveaway.

TTurner
4 years ago

Awesome ink that adds so much fun to my writing!

Angel
4 years ago

I could use a good blue!

Jun
4 years ago

Awesome review and beautiful ink! I think I’d like to see more of the other, less talked about Organics Studio inks reviewed, like Edgar Allen Poe. And always more Kobe.

John Collis
4 years ago

It’s quite a stunning looking ink!

Geoffrey Dunn
4 years ago

I’ve never seen this ink in person but it looks like a wonderful blue with great properties that I would love to have. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

Scott D.
4 years ago

What an incredible looking ink.

Grace K
4 years ago

The vibrancy of this ink, along with the sheen, looks amazing!

Roy C
4 years ago

Sheen Monster

Sakshi Reddy
4 years ago

Beautiful ink. I think I’d like to see Walden Pond Blue next, another amazing sheener!

Brendan
4 years ago

I would love to see Kobe #6 as the next ink review

Cheryl Gebhart
4 years ago

What a beautiful ink. I love sheening inks, and this one is fantastic.

Maria Castillo
4 years ago

This blue is so vibrant! Love it!

Elaine
4 years ago

I’d love to see one of the Kobe inks, or Kyo No Oto, or Kyo Iro inks reviewed.

Ms.kwannie
4 years ago

I didn’t know Organic Studios had inks with sheen! How exciting and what a gorgeous shade of blue.

Terry
4 years ago
Reply to  Ms.kwannie

Would look good in a demonstrator pen!

Jane Taylor
4 years ago

Beautiful blue with a great name!

M
4 years ago

I want this ink.

Andrew Coon
4 years ago

review – lamy aion and pelikan 4001 black. Always need a simple black.

the light
4 years ago

I love this ink. People often are so enamored by the sheen they don’t notice or mention the blue color itself is beautiful, vibrant and the shading, which is quite nice.
If you want even more Sheen try Organic Studios Walden Pond Blue.

Jennifer Wong
4 years ago

I have two bottles of this ink because I love it so much. It’s got great sheen. The only caveat is that it seems to cause some pens to hard start, however, my Lamy Ocean Blue Al-Star has been handling the ink quite well. I think I’ve found a pen-ink match!

Tom
4 years ago

Nice Ink. Would love to try it soon. 🙂

Robert Rogers
4 years ago

I’d love to see reviews/giveaways for more inks from some of the newer ink makers that Pen Chalet carries. So, basically more of what you’re already doing!

michael
4 years ago

What a beautiful ink. Reminds me of Diamine Majestic Blue, but it looks to be better behaved.

Sean
4 years ago

Awesome ink and giveaway.

MP
4 years ago

Awesome! I haven’t tried Organic Studios ink yet. Do you carry Sailor inks? I’d love to see a review of any of those.

Bill Modlin
4 years ago

I have a bottle of OS Blue Merle that’s a great color and this would be a good complement for it.

Vivi
4 years ago

Diamine Golden Oasis

Tamra B
4 years ago

A pretty sheen!