Along with my Yard-O-Led Retro standard fountain pen (review here) I also got a full set of the inks Yard-O-Led makes. I thought I would do a post showcasing them all and giving a little review on each colour.
Yard-O-Led have a line of bottled inks in 6 different colours, each come in a glass bottle filled with 28.4ml of ink. The colours offered are Blue, Blue Black, Claret, Jet Black, Sepia & Turquoise. All retailing for £5. I think the price is fair for the amount you get and the quality of ink, it's quite a competitive price in comparison to other brands. They also offer international cartridges in both Blue and Black priced at £2.50 for 6.
Below you will find a scanned sheet for each ink which has both the review and some tests with the ink on Rhodia 80g grid paper. These images have not been altered so the colours are as true to life as I could make them, please bear in mind that different monitors may show colours differently so this is not an exact representation of inks colour. I'm using the same pen for each ink for some sort of fairness.
This is my first ink review and I'm not used to making my handwriting presentable for others to read. Although I did try my best, if you're struggling to read what I've put I will also type them up, just hover over each image to read my short review.
You can find all of the Yard-O-Led inks over at Filofax as well as all of their writing instruments, click here.
I hope you enjoyed this look into this awesome line of inks, thanks for reading!