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The ink is the same as...
, December 31, 2010
The ink is the same as any other Pilot FriXion pen - so it's already considered
great for erasable inks. This pen differs in the external presentation - and I
have to say it's incredible.
The body is thick for a perfect firm grasp with a grip which has just enough
traction, the eraser is located at the tip for easy access and the clip just
gives you another excuse to carry it around with you everywhere. And there's
just that sense of style.
A definite recommend!
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Wow, I liked the original...
, November 17, 2010
Wow, I liked the original FriXion, but this one is great. Easy to carry in the
pocket and click with one hand to write, and the eraser is right there without
having to remove cap. The ink is not as dark as I would like, but dark enough to
work good. Erases completely and the refill is the same as for the original
FriXion with removable cap. Next we need a "high class" version of the
retractable FriXion. As usual, great service from JetPens - Thank you so much!
| The ink is not black,...
, April 28, 2013
The ink is not black, is gray, and a bit light at that, almost like a #2 pencil,
so it beats the purpose of needing an erasable pen. If it were darker (a lot
more!), it would be great. In other colors the concept works great.
Also, for being a 0.5mm, the lines are more like 0.7mm. So, this pen is in my
opinion a Gray 0.7mm Pen. Or a liquid #2 HB.
This particular pen is preferable to the capped one, better and more streamlined
| Nice design. Comfortable....
, September 11, 2012
Nice design. Comfortable. Writes well. Not your typical ink. Ink is kind of
watercolor like and light but it writes VERY well.
| I love the design of...
, June 28, 2012
I love the design of this pen, but I was sorely disappointed by the color of the
ink. It was a watery greyish color...
Still, it gets points for the erasability and slick design. I hope Pilot finds a
way darken their black ink. The other colors I tested, red and purple, were