|Model Number||UNI PUS151ER5C|
|Body Color||Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, White, Yellow|
|Diameter - Grip||11 mm|
|Diameter - Max||1.2 cm|
|Ink Characteristics||Erasable, Fluorescent|
|Length - Capped||13.8 cm|
|Length - Posted||14.7 cm|
|Length - Uncapped||11.5 cm|
|Pre-Installed Ink Color||Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Yellow|
|Tip Length||7 mm|
December 26, 2009
The Yellow, Orange and...
The Yellow, Orange and Green erase very well. The blue and pink leave a trace.
The nice thing about these pens though, is not so much the erasing as much as that how the ink works stops it from getting absorbed into the page and therefore it does not bleed much. The Pilot Frixion certainly erase better, but they are darker and seen through much easier too. These are lighter (comparable to the Zebra Midliners) which I prefer without the bleeding through of the light colored highlighters.
I have used them on a few books now too (I highlight a lot) and they last longer than the Frixion and do not dry out as fast either.
December 5, 2009
I bought a pink highlighter...
I bought a pink highlighter and it did not work well for me at all.
The highlighter is a very light pink, so it doesn't stand out like I'd prefer.
It didn't erase very well at all from machine printed text (my bank statement). It got slightly lighter, but not enough to make much difference.
Same results from over ballpoint. Didn't erase much of the highlighter. And, as with other reviewers, it tore up my paper a bit.
Over pencil it erased the pencil, and left a good amount of pink behind. Since it destroyed my pencil writing, I'd say it's pretty useless for over pencil.
It also seemed to dry a bit slowly.
Check out the Pilot Frixion highlighters instead. They work wonders.
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August 10, 2009
cute but horrible at...
cute but horrible at erasing. it will rub words off and destroy the paper before the "erasable" ink will come off - if you can get the highlighter ink to rub off. these erasable highlighters don't work on copy, lined or craft paper. :(