Pilot Frixion Ball

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My current favorite when it comes to a run of the mill pen for daily use is the Pilot Frixion line. They’re refillable, smooth, and of course ERASEABLE!

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The pens are wide and made of durable plastic. The eraser is that white ball on the end of the pen. What’s great about erasing with a Frixion pen is that there is ZERO debris!

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I found this set of capped 0.7mm Fine black Frixion pens at Mardel Christian Bookstore (of all places!). I have seen Frixion clickers, but a capped version was something I didn’t even know existed. The only thing that I suggest is that the pen have erasers on both ends. If you a person that posts (as do I) you will be trying to erase with the end of the plastic cap instead of the eraser that’s on the butt of the pen.

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The ink is thick and smooth and it erases almost instantly without smearing. It truly is erasable ink. I absolutely love using these pens in my planner. The Frixion line is perfect for someone that is constantly having to move things around. I like not having to use a ton of whiteout or make ugly strikethroughs.

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So far, I have used almost all of the Pilot Frixion styles. The only thing I haven’t used yet are the highlighters, but plan on doing that soon. I have both the pastel and the neon colors and I am really curious as to how they erase. The Frixion Colors markers (top green) are another pen I use in my planner for color coding. They erase easily, too, which is something I didn’t expect from a marker.

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Enjoy and Happy Scribbing!

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