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Yes, you read that correctly. Pilot has a gel pen that is erasable.
Do you know what this means? Drawing or note-taking can be even more fun. Any mistakes made can be erased. There are 10 colors available. These pens have Frixion’s unique thermo-sensitive ink that writes smoothly and erases cleanly. They can be used to take color-coded notes in any of your child’s classes without having to worry about spelling the first time through.
You get to be a hero when you send these pens to school. Your child gets to write in vivid color and never let a written mistake get the best of her. Writing smoothly and erasing cleanly are a dream. The process can even be repeated without damaging the paper.
The pens feature a slim, roll-free, capped design. When the pen gets opened for use and the cap gets stuck on the backside of the pen, the eraser has been moved into striking position.
But here’s the thing: Pilot didn’t stop at gel pens. They used their unique, thermo-sensitive gel ink formula to create FriXion Colors Marker Pens as well.
Instead of sending these to school, why not add a little to your life? You could add a touch of creativity and style to your everyday tasks. You don’t have to put the same freezer meal in the same freezer container every single time. Just erase the meal name from the container after consumption and make something new for next week. And you can color-code things for yourself! The extra-durable point delivers vivid, bold lines in 12 shades. When you write those notes to your kiddos reminding them to do their chores, you could now have only one of those notes. Simply erase that specific chore for the day and write in the next one that needs to get done the next day. Or if the chore didn’t get done, maybe it needs to be erased and written in a new color to signify the wrath your child could be facing at not doing her job.
The quick-drying ink won’t bleed through paper. You could create a countdown calendar with ease. Leaving it up on the wall to erase the number and write the new one would make it even easier. Plus, a lot less messy than those chalkboards. We all got to clap the erasers at recess for a reason.
Really, the ideas are only limited to your own creativity. Have fun. Unleash your creativity, knowing any parts you don’t like can be erased away without damaging your paper.
disclaimer: even though we were compensated for this post, all thoughts are entirely our own.