Noodler’s Park Red Review

Noodler's Park Red Review

 

Noodler’s Park Red

Paper: Clairefontaine 90g
Pen: Lamy Safari EF
Flow: Excellent
Shading: Barely
Bleedthrough: None
Feathering: None
Dry Times: Average

Notes

An incredibly well behaved red ink my experience. It’s a nice communist red in a shade I have been looking for. It is just dark enough for casual note taking, but vibrant enough to draw attention. A definite winner!

Looking for cheap paper performance? Here it is!

The review unit was provided to me for free. The opinions expressed in the review are strictly my own. Thank you to Pen Chalet for providing the review unit, check them out at PenChalet.com.

Noodler’s Park Red Cheap Paper Review

Noodler's Park Red Cheap Paper Review

It’s exam season, so it’s only fitting I start with a review on my cheap filler paper from Hilroy as I’ve been going through stacks of them.

I was quite impressed with Noodler’s Park Red’s performance. The feathering was extremely minimal, even with thicker nibs like my broad (posing as a fine) nib on my Levenger L-Tech 3.0. Things got really messy with the Ahab flex nib, but actual pools of ink were being laid down, as I’m still trying to get the pen tuned properly after doing an ease my flex mod.

Park Red Bleedthrough - Cheap PaperThe bleedthrough is limited to the flex nib only. The colour is definitely dark enough for casual writing and eye-catching enough for marking or note titles.

The review unit was provided to me for free. The opinions expressed in the review are strictly my own. Thank you to Pen Chalet for providing the review unit, check them out at PenChalet.com.