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Pilot Frixion Erasable Rollerball Pen 0.7 mm Tip - Black, Pack of 3 £3.50 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Pilot Frixion Erasable Rollerball Pen 0.7 mm Tip - Black, Pack of 3 £3.50 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 25th Apr

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  • Refillable all-in-one pen - write, delete, re-write
  • Erasable gel ink rollerball with soft rubber comfort grip
  • Ink erases cleanly using friction-generated heat
  • Fine 0.7 mm tip gives a 0.35 mm medium line
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Same price at Tesco. But great deal!
Heat! Ordered thanks
Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone suggest a pen that will? Can never get a decent sig with ballpoint pens and everything else smudges. Appreciate it's not a major issue in these Covid19 days but it always does my kite in.
leftover_chili25/04/2020 23:42

Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone …Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone suggest a pen that will? Can never get a decent sig with ballpoint pens and everything else smudges. Appreciate it's not a major issue in these Covid19 days but it always does my kite in.


A basic BIC should do it. I don't think these would be great for that as this is more like a gel/ rollerball type ink although they write much nicer than those.
For what it's worth, the 0.7mm tip pens run out of ink very quickly and they're not refillable as such because the refills cost as much as the pens. If you're okay with the thinner line, the 0.5mm 'point' ones last much longer, obviously.
leftover_chili25/04/2020 23:42

Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone …Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone suggest a pen that will? Can never get a decent sig with ballpoint pens and everything else smudges. Appreciate it's not a major issue in these Covid19 days but it always does my kite in.


Erasable, so not clever on bank cards!
Arold26/04/2020 00:12

Erasable, so not clever on bank cards!


Very good point!
0.5 much better.
Been using them for few years now.
I use these for a level notes. Although they are food for their intended purpose, they do run out quick and have expensive replacement cartridges. I also feel like the ink flow is not constant and gets worse as you slowly run out. That is why I use a pilot v7 for notes and this for lessons. Chinese variants on eBay are much cheaper and do a similar job but the 0.5 nib for me feels a bit scratchy. But is could be worth a look if you use these a lot.
leftover_chili25/04/2020 23:42

Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone …Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone suggest a pen that will? Can never get a decent sig with ballpoint pens and everything else smudges. Appreciate it's not a major issue in these Covid19 days but it always does my kite in.


I use sharpie pens on mine, you can get fine tip ones.

One thing to note about frixion pens, heat will remove the ink, so dont use for important documents or writing cheques. I know someone who used one for their holiday cheque and it had erased so a pain to sort that out as it wasn't that far in advance of holiday.

I use them for budgeting and planning as I make mistakes and also have to change things round that get cancelled.
Edited by: "fattyflumpalump" 26th Apr
leftover_chili25/04/2020 23:42

Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone …Does anyone know if these will write well on bank cards? If not can anyone suggest a pen that will? Can never get a decent sig with ballpoint pens and everything else smudges. Appreciate it's not a major issue in these Covid19 days but it always does my kite in.


These pens are erasable - do not use on important documents or bank cards
Great to use with the likes of Rocketbook or other everlasting notebooks, rub or wipe off, and reuse
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