Sailor Mini Correction Pen - 1.0 mm

Sailor Mini Correction Pen - 1.0 mm

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4.0 (25 reviews)
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Sailor's mini correction pen is compact and easy to use. Due to its ballpoint tip, erasing with it feels as simple as using a ballpoint pen. You can erase small areas, and do not need to squeeze the pen when erasing. The pen employs a special pressurization system to ensure smooth liquid flow. To promote good flow (right before using the pen for the first time or if liquid flow has slowed down), insert the pen tip in the "pressurization hole" on the end of the cap, and press in and out a few times. Liquid flow is then ready for making your corrections. Try this portable mess-free correction pen the next time you need to un-do your writing!

Dimensions: 4.0 inches long, 0.5 inches diameter (10.2 cm long, 1.2 cm diameter)

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Customer Reviews

This is the most AWESOME...
July 27, 2013
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This is the most AWESOME white out I have ever used... and I have tried most of them. The "tip poker" in the cap is MAGIC :O) and it's easy to use.. no squeezing... SHIPS AHOY! Sailor !!!!
8 people found this helpful
Small, fits everywhere....
April 24, 2013
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Small, fits everywhere. And it works clean.
But since the small size it's empty quite fast and this is why I think 3$ is a little too much.
7 people found this helpful
Really cool idea and...
March 30, 2016
Really cool idea and I'm loving it. I like the fact that it fits in your pencil case unlike white out. Slick style and goes on better than white out.

Brush free
Pen shaped so it fits everywhere

Just as white as normal white out so it's clearly visible on the page
1 person found this helpful
The corrective liquid...
January 31, 2016
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The corrective liquid itself is great – it's the right consistency, dries quickly, and is smooth to write over. The dispensing function worked fairly well at first too, even if the liquid did come out rather suddenly. However, after the first two times I used it, the pen has incessantly bled correction liquid. Even after putting it back in the cap and doodling around with it to perhaps work off the excess liquid, it still spills liquid the moment I take off the cap. I have to keep a scrap piece of paper handy whenever I use the pen to catch the drips and pick up some of the excess liquid over the area I'm correcting (if there's too much liquid, it'll dry as an uneven, clumped surface). I might have over-pressurized the pen the first few times I used it (by pressing the tip in the cap several times), but I would think any excess pressure should have worn off after a few weeks. I was inclined to give it two stars, but despite this malfunction, the pen is incredibly handy and the liquid itself is quality. It doesn't seem that others have run into this problem either, so it may very well be an individual issue. As a word of caution, be conservative with how often you pressurize the pen – perhaps only twice, as opposed to the five or six times in a row I did, even if it the liquid's not flowing right away.
2 people found this helpful
A lot smaller than expected,...
March 19, 2016
Verified Purchase
A lot smaller than expected, but still holds lots of correction fluid and dries much faster than White-Out.