I love stationary, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. You name it, I probably love it: erasers, cool paper clips, sticky notes, and most recently I’ve fallen in love with these Pilot Frixion clicker retractable gel pens. It’s a gel pen but it’s ERASABLE!
I mean, that’s ridiculously cool. No, in fact, it’s just outlandish.
I’ve had erasable ballpoint pens before but a gel pen that’s erasable? No way. This set comes with 2 gel pens that are magic personified. When you have an ‘oh oh’ moment, use the built-in eraser.
The heat you get from the erasing motion causes the thermo-sensitive gel ink to become clear. I mean, that sounds like magic to me – friction magic to be precise!
Here’s my little demo. Here’s what I wrote. The pen glides easily and effortlessly on the paper much like any other pen.
Unfortunately, I’ve decided that I don’t like what I’ve written. If it was any other pen, I’d have to use correction fluid (aka liquid paper or correction tape) to get rid of it. Not so with these Pilot Frixion clicker retractable gel pens. A few scrubs and my ‘mistake’ is gone.
I can now re-write directly on top of my ‘mistake’ easily. There’s no waiting time, there’s no dry time, nothing.
That’s pretty powerful stuff.
My daughter and I have both tried these Pilot Frixion clicker retractable gel pens and we both love them. There’s a certain level of freedom in using a pen that’s erasable. It’s particularly powerful for big kids who may still be using a lot of pencils but want something a little more sophisticated with the erasable benefits of the familiar pencil.
If you’re out and about town and you happen upon a stationary or office supplies store, venture inside and see if they have any Pilot Frixion clicker retractable gel pens on hand. Test one out for yourself and you may end up falling seriously in love with it.
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