|Item Weight||1.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.3 x 0.8 x 7.2 inches|
|Item model number||31464|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||31464|
Pilot FriXion Clicker Retractable Erasable Gel Pens, Fine Point, Black Ink, 3-Pack (31464)
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- Combines the convenience of a retractable with the incredible FriXion erasable gel ink
- Erase and rewrite repeatedly without damaging documents - Eraser is at the top of the pen, tip is retractable by pressing clip down
- Unique Thermo-Sensitive Gel Ink formula disappears with erasing friction
- Pack of 3 fine point pens with black ink
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From the Manufacturer
FriXion Erasable Gel Ink Pens by Pilot Offer More Than a Pencil Ever Could
FriXion writes smoothly just like a regular gel ink pen but allows you to erase like a pencil at any time. Unlimited do-overs allow you to write, erase, and re-write repeatedly without damaging your documents. The eraser tip won't wear down or leave crumbs behind. With FriXion, no one will know it wasn't perfect the first time. FriXion's smooth, mistake-free writing benefits teachers, parents, and professionals alike. FriXion erasable gel ink pens are available in a variety of colorful inks and point sizes that are great for making lists and staying organized. Complete Sudoku and crossword puzzles without a mistake or a hole in the paper. Keep calendars neat, even when appointments change. Students can use FriXion to take notes, edit papers, and complete homework.
Find a FriXion Pen That's Perfect for You
FriXion's erasable ink technology is available in a variety of styles and point sizes to suit your everyday writing needs. The eraser is at the end of the pen. FriXion Clicker offers FriXion erasable gel ink in a convenient retractable pen with 0.7 mm Fine Point. Simply press down on the clip to retract the point. FriXion Ball, the first FriXion pen released in the United States, is a capped pen with a 0.7 mm Fine Point. For those that prefer a precision point tip for precise writing, FriXion Point is available in 0.5 mm Extra Fine Point and is a capped pen. FriXion Clicker, FriXion Ball, and FriXion Point are all refillable with FriXion erasable gel ink refills to extend the life of your favorite FriXion pen. To round out the FriXion offering, FriXion Light is an erasable highlighter with a chisel tip for clean, clear marking. Whether note-taking, editing, completing schoolwork, or in an office setting, FriXion products take the stress out of everyday writing.
FriXion is Different From Other Erasable Pens
The technology used in FriXion erasable gel ink pens has been in the making for more than 30 years. Vibrant Autumn leaves inspired a Pilot researcher to capture the same dynamic color change in a test tube. A special formulation that would vividly change color at different temperatures was developed. The unique color-changing technology was initially used to create children's toys. Several years later, another Pilot researcher modified the formulation to create disappearing ink—and FriXion erasable gel ink pens were born!
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Top Customer Reviews
As for design, I like the Clicker retractable style very much because the eraser is always available when you are writing (with the removable-cap styles, if you "store" the cap on the pen when you are writing, it covers up the eraser). The Clicker pens are also refillable, which is great. One issue with FriXion pens is that the ink runs out faster than with some other gel pens, and it's wasteful to have to throw out the pen bodies every time the ink runs out.
The one gripe I have about buying these pens on Amazon is that the pricing is extremely erratic and inconsistent. I have bought four different packages of various colors of Clicker pens when the unit prices came out to less than two dollars per pen, but each time, shortly after I bought them the price went way up (more than doubling in a couple of instances). Hopefully the pen prices (and also the refill prices) will stabilize at some reasonable level before too long.
The ink will erase if the page gets very hot, so I am always careful to not leave my notebooks in my car on a hot day (I don't know exactly what it would take for to erase a notebook, so I air on the side of caution). If you ever did find yourself in a bind, you can freeze the page(s) and after a while the ink and color will come back (though it is a little faded, but perfectly legible), along with any mistakes that you had erased when you wrote them (so this isn't the greatest idea!). Also keep in mind that if you were to run these through a printer (say if you wanted to print something onto your notes, the heating element in the printer that dries the ink _will_ erase everything on the page written with these pens). Also, I find that the ink in these pens only last about a quarter as long as traditional pens (maybe less), but even as expensive as they are and as often as they need to be replaced (about 2-3 packs per semester), these things are still well worth it!
For those of you that already know how awesome these pens are, this is my go-to style when it comes to all the different types of FriXion pens: I like the selection of colors and the clicker version is a must have. The 0.7mm tip is the most versatile and the case that the pens come in is a must-have, in my opinion.
THE con: there's only one con, but it's a rather significant one insofar as any pen could be concerned: the pen itself is not exactly good for writing...i hesitate to say this, but i'm forced to concede that's it's actually BAD. the ink flow is inconsistent and faint. it writes like a ballpoint or uniball that's on its very last legs (and i'm talking about fresh-out-the-package pens...i bought a 3-pack of the black ink and they all write like this). when written on white loose-leaf paper, the center of the pen imprint is actually close-ish to white, i.e. it has made little impression on the paper, whereas the outer impression on either side of the immediate point where pen hits paper is darker...but still, it's very disappointing as a writing implement.
for those who only need to make occasional marks that need to be erased completely and cleanly, then this is a good choice. but for those who like a black pen to impress rich, dark ink onto paper, then look elsewhere. however for those who like pens that leave more of a faint impression on paper, with inconsistent flow, then this may be just what you're looking for. alas, it wasn't quite what i was looking for...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gone are the yucky old erasable pens of old. My only problem is that my family snags them.Published 9 minutes ago by LinDe
These are the greatest for transferring patterns, you can see where you have traced then the color magically disappears when held near a heat sourch.Published 1 hour ago by Beckie Underwood
Love love love these! Fantastic pens! Great colors and love that they erase. I like to use colored pens in my planner to indicate different categories in my day/life, and these... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Maggimay
When I bought these pens I was SUPER excited. I loved them- the pigment was good and they erased completely. I told everyone about them... And now I will never use them again. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sonja
Once again this is another invaluable tool needed in my sewing room. I discovered this little item at AAU this summer and fell in love. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sewingbeauty
these pens have quickly become my favorite magic trick with my coworkers. I always make them write their name and then I say "ok, now erase it" and everyone's reaction is... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Tanya
I purchased these and generally like the concept. They erase really clearly and have great colors. BUT THEY DO NOT LAST at all. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Name Name