Pilot Frixion Erasable Rollerball Pen Reviews
Product Type: Pilot in Homeware
Description:Brand: Pilot / Misc House Type: Pen
Newest Review: ... the design of these. They're eye catching with their full-colour plastic body that corresponds to the colour of the ink. ... more
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Pilot Frixion erasable roller ball pen PINKcolour ink x 1 single ...
This Pilot Frixion Erasable Rollerball pen produces pink ink that ...
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Customer Pilot Frixion Erasable Rollerball Pen Reviews (9)
by - written on 23/12/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
My ten year old son started Middle School in September and, along with lots of other new responsibilities, he now has to provide his own stationery. My son has really enjoyed purchasing lots of new pens and accessories and amongst one of his favourite purchases were these Frixions pen made by Pilot. We were lucky to find these pens on a 'buy one get one free' offer at Rymans earlier this year, so my son invested in a practical black colour and also a yellow highlighter. The black pen was an excellent choice but I'm not convinced that the highlighter was really an essential purchase for a school boy at his level. There are a range of other more colours too, all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
At the moment the Pilot FriXion Erasable pen is my favourite most used pen. The concept of erasable ink isnt a new invention - neither is this particular pen. The gel ink doesnt flow as well as you would hope for and I have accepted that the writability of this pen has been comprimised by the fact the ink is erasable. If you happen to like writing in ink and make a lot of errors then this could be just the pen for you. There are 3 different colours this comes in although the design is the same on the red, blue and black versions. There is a cool graphic in silver on each pen in a 'tribal' theme I would say. The refills are disposable but at just £2 per pen I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/09, updated on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 356 readings)
I am sure that most of us can remember going "into pen" from pencil at primary school, and what a big deal it was. Well, this has recently happened to my seven year old son, and what a fuss we've had! He was provided with the classic Berol handwriting pen - the red one with the blue tip (sound familiar?!) but he really couldn't get on with it, and I can't understand how these have been recommended for a first pen for such a long time; they are quite uncomfortable to hold, and the nib is scratchy and does not flow smoothly across the paper (but I'm guessing that they are cheap). After weeks of struggling with it, I went searching for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/12 (Very useful, 82 readings)
My boyfriend swears by these pens and he bought me a pack to try out for myself. As a biro kind of girl I wasn't convinced I'd get along with them; even though I don't use them that regularly, they are very smooth writers and really do erase properly so they still get a thumbs up from me. Pilot is a very popular brand with a large range of writing products, so you'd expect good quality from them. Their Frixion Ball erasable pen is a newer invention, though it's not one that hasn't been tried before. I remember using pens with erasable fluid on the other end (and they were awful!) but this using the concept of friction to literally rub out the ink. Th idea is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/12 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I was introduced to the Pilot Frixion Pen a few months ago when I was given a free pen to try from a stationery supplier, who was clearly hoping I'd start buying the pens for my office. It worked... The Pilot Frixion Pen looks like a fairly unassuming and average pen. I use the blue pens, which are made of blue plastic with a silver pattern printed on. The main selling point of these pens is that you can rub out what you write with them. On the top of the pen is a rubber tip, which when rubbed over dry ink from the pen causes the ink to disappear. The friction rubs the ink away. At first I didn't think I would use the Frixion pen much, as it is an ... Read the complete review
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