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I teach college Biology...
, January 7, 2011
I teach college Biology and my students often have to draw what they see under
the microscope. The best colors for this are pink, blue and purple. Typically
they use colored pencils, but pencils, no matter how sharp, are usually too
blunt to draw any detail. I tried these out and they work great. Thin lines,
great color, erasable and don't need sharpening. I am going to recommend these
to my class this spring.
| I'm doing a 1-year update...
, April 7, 2011
I'm doing a 1-year update of these .4 mm series--overall, some of my favorite
pens. But I've had the basic colors for over a year now, and I'm noticing that
the ink colors just don't look as vivid as I remember. Could be a faulty memory,
of course, but when the blue looks a little murky. It's definitely not as bright
as many of the non-erasing pens I use. The point has held up well, though, and
it still erases beautifully. It remains a generally excellent pen.
| Awesome pen! One of my...
, May 24, 2010
Awesome pen! One of my everyday-carry pens... :)
Full review at:
| This is an awesome pen,...
, March 15, 2010
This is an awesome pen, i love it! It erases very clean and it writes very
smooth. I highly recommend it...
| Great pen! I love it...
, November 12, 2009
Great pen! I love it because it does what it says it will: erase with frixion.
I've tried other forms of heat too, and it works, even putting in the freezer
makes ink come back. However, this has a downside. I experienced some minor
fading when I put things written with the Frixion in my pocket, enough to where
it would bother me. However, it's a great pen overall, I just wish they would
switch the eraser to the cap so you don't have to take it off every time to
Blue is likely the second best color; blue-black is a more full, deep color.