Tools: Tilt-Well Tilted Ink Bottle Stand


Recently I finished a bottle of DeAtramentis Document Black ink.
To get my syringe full, I had to hold it precariously in one hand while trying to pull the syringe up.  That didn’t work.  So I ended up putting it in a ceramic pot and tilting it with pads to get it to a place where I could use the syringe without losing it.

Tilt-Well solves that problem.
This inexpensive little doo-dah safely and securely holds your inks
at an angle so you can get to the bottom of the inkwell!
I’ve played with it and all my bottles, and various bottles can fit in different ways
(that is what the side holes are for).  Even the fat PenBBS ink bottle fits!
Only two bottles don’t fit — the large round Taccia bottle,
and the Akkerman bottle — the latter of course has the last bits covered.

Comes in various colors;
I wish I could remember who suggested it!  Thank you thank you!

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2 Responses to Tools: Tilt-Well Tilted Ink Bottle Stand

  1. Dan Antion says:

    Sometimes, the simplest tools are the best.

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