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The best pens, I've ever...
September 13, 2016
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The best pens, I've ever used! My notes have never been so nicely and clearly.
So happy to have found...
February 17, 2016
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So happy to have found these pens. I use them for my planner. The color is a bit softer than traditional gel pens, but I absolutely love that they are erasable. My work schedule changes a lot; so I have to update my planner constantly. I hated using pencil because of how badly it smudges. These pens were the perfect solution.
These are great for very...
May 17, 2012
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These are great for very small and detailed accounting work. I don't like writing in pencil, it's too smeary, so have been on the lookout for pens that write small, but then corrections were difficult. The .04 fits the bill perfectly, I can write small on my reports, make notes for others, but then if I have to make corrections or revert a copy to an original and take out my notes, voila--erases right away!! The ink flows well, doesn't smear, and erases cleaned, with not residue or ghost markings. I would highly recommend this to accounting people who like pens, but not the permanence. Of course you wouldn't use these in instances where you would want permanence, like a signature.
I will admit, I was skeptical...
April 15, 2011
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I will admit, I was skeptical that these pens really were erasable. My experience with "erasable" pens in the past has been that they were neither erasable nor really pens. I went with the 0.4's because I have tiny handwriting and wanted to use them for notes, but I was worried by the reviews that said that the colors were washed out. I am happy to report that they are both really and truly erasable and dark enough for color-coded notes. I love them.
I love the Frixions,...
January 15, 2011
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I love the Frixions, the write smooth, are very easy to erase, and definitely get attention. I started with the more expensive Biz and Biz point and wanted to get these for something a little less spendy.

I will agree the ink is light on both blue and black (more so on blue) but I don't mind for the erasability and fine point. I love it for taking notes where I'm writing quickly and tend to make mistakes.
Very smooth when writing....
November 23, 2010
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Very smooth when writing. Ink erases very well and they are perfect for studying a language or math. I hate writing with pencil when studying something that requires lots of erasing so these pens are a perfect match for me. I use them all the time when studying Japanese. Only gave it 4 stars because ink can be a little faint so I would not use them for signing documents.
I must also state my...
July 28, 2009
I must also state my disappointment with these pens compared to the .7 erasables. The ink indeed does look washed out. The body is kind of sleek though. I give it one star for asthetics.
I bought the pen because...
April 12, 2012
I bought the pen because I loved the design, and how it fits in my hand and also to try it out.
Everything was almost perfect for these pens... the design of the pen is great, the usability too, and it comes in a wide range of colors, which makes it a good alternative to the G-TEC.
But I hate erasable ink! I just don't get the point of it. It's a cheap invention that gives me a feeling of being ripped off. Everytime I make a drawing or write something important, I have to photocopy it to make sure it won't go away.
I cannot write official documents, sign cheques, get into detail, when I write with this pen, because it will end up disappearing (it fades with time and / or heat... like if you scan the paper you wrote on on a machine with a feeder, or print on the back with a laser copier, etc)
It's just too bad that one cannot refill it with G-TEC or multiball ink...
Anyways. Hate the ink, maybe I would have a need for it if I was a student but I think fountain pens with a special eraser pen are a better alternative for students because even if you're a student you don't want to inadvertently erase your copy by putting it into a scanner (which will heat up the paper and make the ink invisible!)...
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