Product Reviews Written by kristiesychan

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My friend has this pencil...
March 19, 2012
My friend has this pencil and I love it! The best part (and the main reason why people buy this pencil) is the super soft and comfy grip. It is a liquidy, soft, green 100% gel grip that is squezy and jello-like. It is removable from the pencil and can be used on other pencils, but it will not be as soft as it is on the original pencil. This pencil has a small eraser on the top. If you'd like, you can buy refills right here on This unique pencil can extend its lead by a click on the cap at the top, or simply, shaking it. You can lock the pencil by clicking hard on the cap until you hear a click. To lock the pencil means to stop the lead from extending even if shaken or clicked on the cap. To unlock it, you click the cap harder than before until you hear a click. Let go on the cap after you hear it. Now, it's unlocked. This lead pencil is used with 0.5 lead. It also comes witha clip so you can clip it to your papers. Some bad things (or cons) about this pencil is that the grip is so soft that it is really fragile and may rip easily. Unfortunatly, there are no replacement grips for this pencil so you need to be very careful. If you want this pencil to last long, it needs to be well-used and being cared for. So, that being said, this is recommended for people 8+.Overall, I love this pencil. I bring it to school everyday. If you have any questions about this product (features, questions about grip, lead, what stores sell this pencil....), email me at I would love to answer each and every one of them and will answer them promtly. Bye! hope this helped!
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Pretty good product.....FOR...
March 16, 2012
Pretty good product.....FOR LAZY PEOPLE! Come on, I mean, seriously? You''re so lazy you don't want to ERASE things? Come on, people, at least write!
It erased better than...
March 16, 2012
It erased better than white ones. Looks better.
First time you heard...
March 16, 2012
First time you heard of this pencil? Well, two words: GET IT!
The grip is a very very very soft and squishy gel. It is liquidy and soft and comfy. It is exactly like jello except you can't eat it and it doesn't smell like anything. It is the same gel famous from keeping an egg from breaking even if it is dropped from a high distance. But, It is fragile and rips easily. Overall, reasonable price and good pencil...
1 person found this helpful
Two words: GET IT!...
March 16, 2012
Two words: GET IT!
1 person found this helpful
good I guess? soft squishy...
March 16, 2012
good I guess?
soft squishy jello-like grip...pretty good..
It is a real good pen....
March 16, 2012
It is a real good pen. Recommend.
-Can be erasable
-Good for school
-Can tell is erased
-Eraser chages shape if used alot
Hi! I'm Kristie and I'm...
March 16, 2012
Hi! I'm Kristie and I'm 10. I had this pencil for...2 years now and its awesome. The squishy gel grip gives you a ton of comfort and sometimes I force myself to doodle in class just because I want to write with this pencil! I would not recommend this pencil to people 8 or under because the grip is fragile and can be easily ripped. I had already experienced 2 rips so now this is technically my third pencil! I bring this pencil to school with me everyday. The only issue is stealers. My friend also has this pencil (but it's green) and she had hers stolen. I guess some people are just too dumb to buy their own! It is a very good pencil for everyday writers. It is perfect for little gifts, rewards, and prizes. But, I have a friend who thinks grips are uncomfortable. Before you buy this, you need to know this grip is for people who want extra comfort in writing and does not have a good grip on their pencils. So, that means the grip will also feel a bit sticky, too. This pencil is not meant for people who hold their pencils low so don't buy this if you do. I would recommend you to buy a regular grip because those grips are movable. Also, the grip (this one) is removable. First, twist off the front tip bit. Then, carefully pull the grip down. There! Now to put it back in, just put the grip back and twist on the front tip bit. Be sure to twist it lightly because if you twist it hard the grip will break. If you have any more questions, please email me at with the subject labeled "Jetpens question". Hope it helped!
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