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The erasable ink piqued...
February 21, 2013
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The erasable ink piqued my curiosity so I thought I would try this pen out. I wasn't really impressed when I started using it, although the ink is erasable with the frixion tip on the opposite end, the ink itself is more pink in color. The ink also skips, which I thought was weird because usually gel ink pens write nice solid lines. The pen body isn't as comfortable as it looks, the body is actually very stiff and the rubber grip isn't very comfortable on the fingers. Its a nice looking pen and if you're looking for ink that erases then I would recommend buying, otherwise I don't think I'll buy this pen again.
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Love that it's refillable,...
December 13, 2015
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Love that it's refillable, that the red isn't garish, and that it erases. Was looking for something to make action items stand out in my note taking and this does it.
I use these more to sketch...
February 9, 2015
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I use these more to sketch out ideas... I used to use them to correct drawings, but now I don't really have time for that. It's a great companion pen to have with you.
The pen is great, the...
January 6, 2015
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The pen is great, the point is not fine enough for my preferences.
These frixion pens are...
March 21, 2014
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These frixion pens are the greatest advance in writing since papyrus over clay tablets, in my opinion. Color plus eras-ability. And better eras-ability than pencil. I've read some reviews stating that writing cannot be completely erased. Here is what I found: Just pressing hard with the eraser leads to mediocre results. But since it is the heat produced by friction that makes the writing disappear, I get better results by rubbing fast rather than hard.
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