Six Reasons Why A Noodler’s Ink Fountain Pen Is (Or Is Not) For You.

Noodler's Tiger Tortoise

We recently updated our collection of Noodler’s Ink fountain pens on the Knight’s Writing Company website. Although we don’t have a vast selection to choose from, what we have are popular with customers. Noodler’s Ink produces fun fountain pens that have their place in the world, but they are a different beast compared to Kaweco, … Read more

The Weekly Ink Blot: Noodler’s Ink Concord Bream

Noodler's Ink Concord Bream

It’s summer and we’ve been by plenty of lakes and plenty of fishermen catching plenty of bluegill! Noodler’s Ink Concord Bream is an interesting ink! This is a pastel ink with purple and blue qualities not unlike the fish! The ink has a vintage feel about it and is one of Noodler’s bullet-proof inks. Impervious to … Read more

Four Fountain Pens Under $50 For Beginners

Four Top Fountain PEns

Much as I want to preach the amazing qualities of a Staedtler fountain pen with its intensely smooth nib, heavy barrel and well above average writing experience to first time buyers, I have to remember that most of our new customers are not as enthusiastic as I might be on spending $260 for their first purchase. … Read more

The Weekly Ink Blot: Noodler’s Ink, Widow Maker

Noodler's Ink Widow Maker

I’ve been in an odd mood since I told Ling the story behind Tubular Bells and Richard Branson trying to bring Mike Oldfield’s instrumental album to the US market. Of course the discussion went beyond The Exorcist (where the music is featured) and onto all matters creepy. Oh yes, discussions of 1970s horror movies made me think of Noodler’s … Read more