Pelikan Edelstein Topaz Ink Review / Pelikan Edelstein Topaz Mürekkep Incelemesi

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Çok sayıda mürekkebim var ve bunlar arasında çok az siyah ve mavi mürekkep bulunuyor. Hayatta hiç bir zaman, hiç bir konuda muhafazakar bir insan olmadım: mürekkep renkleri de buna dahil. Genelde, yeşilin farklı tonlarını ve morları seviyorum ve hatta bu renklere doyamıyorum desem yeridir. Bu nedenle, Edelstein serisinin tamamını alalı çok uzun zaman olmasına rağmen, iki mürekkebe hiç elimi sürmemiştim. Bunlardan biri Topaz, diğeri de Onyx. (Sapphire'i kullandım çünkü o daha morumsu bir mavi) Geçenlerde Topaz'ı denemeye karar verdim ve şaşırdım. Çünkü oldukça eğlenceli, canlı ve neşeli bir mavi. 



Ve, benzer mürekkeplerin swatchlarını yaparken, Pelikan Edelstein Topaz ve Iroshizuku Kon Peki'nin birbirine bu kadar benzemesine şaşırdım. Şu bir gerçek ki, Pilot Iroshizuku mürekkepler çok pahalı ve her yerde de ulaşabilir değil. Bu yüzden pek çok kişi, bu mürekkeplerin dupe'lerini veya alternatiflerini arıyor. Edelstein da çok ucuz bir mürekkep değil ama yine de Iroshizuku Kon Peki'nin bir alternatifi olarak Topaz'ı deneyebilirsiniz. 

Sizin için hangi mavi mürekkep vazgeçilmez?

Sevgiler,

Zeynep Konpeki

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I have so many inks and among them, there are really a few black and a few blue inks. I have never been conservative about anything, so in inks. I generally like unique tones of greens and purples, I can't get enough of them. That's why, after getting the whole line of Edelstein inks, there were two inks left untried: Onyx and Topaz. (I tried Sapphire because it was a purplish blue) After a while I finally decided to use Topaz and I was surprised. Because it is a nice, funny, vibrant shade of blue.

And while trying to make swatches of similar inks, I was quite surprise with the resemblance of Pelikan Edelstein Topaz and Iroshizuku Kon Peki. It is a fact that Pilot Iroshizuku inks are very expensive and not available everywhere so there are a lot of people looking for a dupe or alternative for those colors. I know, Edelstein is not a very cheap ink either, but might be an alternative to Iroshizuku Kon Peki. 

Which blue ink is indispensable for you?

Cheers,

Zeynep Konpeki

8 comments:

  1. What a beautiful color of blue! Kon-Peki was one of the first inks I ever fell in love with (came with my first Ink Drop) so I'm happy to read there's an equivalent ink :)

    Love the way that it looks on the 1.1mm nib.

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    1. I am glad you liked it. Even though Edelstein is not a "cheap" dupe of Iroshizuku, it is still more affordable and more available.

      Thank you for commenting :)

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  2. It is such a brilliant blue! For some reason, I still prefer a purplish blue, probably explained by my affinity to purple :)
    Topaz actually reminds me a bit of J. Herbin's Bleu Pervenche. Have you see that color before?

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    1. I have seen J. Herbin`s Blue Pervenche before but similar to you, I also prefer purplish blue either. I have Diamine Imperial Blue and I like it better than Topaz.

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  3. Ooooh! I think this is gorgeous! Like Estivalia said, I fell in love with Kon-Peki as well and it was one of my first blues, but this one is very pretty as well. I was curious about it. I thought it would be more purple. Great review!

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    1. Unfortunately, none of the ink reviews reflecting the real color of the inks. Because it is the nature of the colors. Colors even can be changed due to the pen itself.

      But with pare eye of the swabs, I can say Topaz and Kon-Peki is quite similar.

      Cheers

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  4. Very Nice vivid blue. Private Reserve Tropical Blue comes to mind.

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  5. I really cannot say that this is a unique color like Ina-Ho. This type of blue is really common.

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