|Brand Name||Paper Mate|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||3154458PP|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||3154458PP|
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Erasermate Stick Ballpoint Pens, Medium Point, Blue Ink, 4-Pack
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- Writes like a ballpoint pen, erases like a pencil.
- Ink is pressurized so pen writes smoothly at any angle.
- Technologically advanced ink erases cleanly.
- Supplied eraser on pen cap to fix mistakes.
- Suitable for use at work, school, and around the home.
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Top Customer Reviews
You can't just take one of these out of the package and write with it. When you take off the cap for the first time, the entire metal point of the pen is covered with a surprisingly large, oily, viscous blob of blue slime. (It has even developed a nickname at work: "factory snot.") This must be wiped off with a tissue unless you want to ruin what you're writing on. Then you need to scribble on a piece of paper to get the ink flowing, because apparently this "high-tech pressurized ink" that these use does not flow very easily. It takes a minute to get it writing. And then, of course, the pens regularly just gunk up for no apparent reason, and to get them to work again at all you have to scribble a LOT. People who are unfamiliar with the poor performance of these pens will therefore frequently throw them out, even when they're brand new, because they don't write and seem to be empty.
Erasing is problematic, too. The ink from these pens is really only erasable for a few minutes immediately after it leaves the pen. I'm talking like, five minutes or less. So if you immediately recognize a mistake, great -- but otherwise, you'd better have white-out. And once the ink dries, it isn't really black -- it's more like a dark blue-gray. The older the ink is, the crappier and bluer it looks. No matter what you do, it never looks really, fully black.Read more ›
Nope. The ink is barely readable. Nor does it erase very well; it just smudges. The Frixions are a lot more expensive and they run out pretty fast but they are far superior.
Sorry Papermate. But you shouldn't be selling garbage such as this.
The previous generation of Erasermate pens wrote just as well as these but they erased pretty good, so I sadly bought 5 of these things that are useless for crossword puzzles.
The four pens will go to our local thrift store, and I hope whoever buys them doesn't pay more then a dime each.
When In ordering the pens I "assumed" by the picture, the erasers was black in color. Was not.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've used these before and they work well. One thing I don't like though is they don't write well. It could of been my climate but I've had an issue with them before.Published 1 day ago by Noah Jacobson
The pens are very hard to write with. They skip and the ink is so light , it's hard read. I will not buy again!Published 7 days ago by Susan Dean
I bought these locally mistaking them for Stick Erasers. They are awful! To write the pen must be held nearly upright or it scrapes and I can't write even one word without the... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Discerning Critic
Total absolute junk!. Skips like crazy. All it takes is a finger rub to erase, not confident in using it for an exam.Published 1 month ago by A. Steiner
Great product at a great price. PaperMate makes a quality product, the erasers seem to last and last (even under the intense pressure my 10 year old abuses them with)Published 2 months ago by D Jenks