Pilot FriXion Colors Erasable Marker - Emerald Green

Pilot FriXion Colors Erasable Marker - Emerald Green

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Pilot's FriXion Colors markers produce solid color, plus mistakes are okay because the ink is erasable! Just by rubbing your writing with the rubber tip on the cap, your marks disappear cleanly. Not only great for fixing mistakes, this feature also lets you create interesting effects by erasing and then re-drawing over erased areas. Take error-free notes, color-code your ever-changing calendar, or write cute letters to friends.

FriXion ink is a thermosensitive ink that can be erased by rubbing. Interestingly, erased ink reappears at temperatures below 14° F (-10° C). A freezer is cold enough to make this happen. It is like magic ink for adults! Due to the thermosensitive nature of FriXion ink, we advise against using it for mailings, or leaving the written materials in hot cars or in environments that expose them to a lot of friction.

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The color is very pleasant,...
January 21, 2016
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The color is very pleasant, almost a milky blue-green and it also erases better than most frixion products. I will definitely be buying more of there pens.
Awesome markers! Use...
August 21, 2015
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Awesome markers! Use the pens all of the time, was a little concerned about erasable markers but they work GREAT!
love the color and the...
June 23, 2015
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love the color and the ability to erase. this is perfect for art journaling and planner stuff!
I love this marker color....
May 1, 2015
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I love this marker color. It is a lot of fun to write notes in and erases wonderfully.
The color is beautiful,...
January 8, 2015
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The color is beautiful, it erases completely, and the color is beautiful! I know I said that twice but it's important to me :) I will have to try other colors now.