Wish to Undo? Here’s a highlighter with Ctrl + Z feature
We’re lucky to live in a time where we can undo our mistakes (at least digitally) because of the infamous Ctrl + Z feature in Windows OS. We also have erasers for granite writing, or correction tapes for inks. Luckily, with the rise of friction pens, we can also rub off wrong writings! But have you heard that this technology is also now applicable to highlighters?
Yes! Pilot made this possible. If you ever wish to undo your highlights or are opting for something more temporal (in case you need to adjust something in the future), you definitely should check out Pilot’s FriXion Highlighters, which is also available now in light natural colors: red, gray, sky blue, pink orange, cherry pink, mild green, light green, coral pink, and pale orange.
Each highlighter is designed in a sleek and stylish body, with a translucent cap and a clip on the side, and of course, a durable rubber eraser at the other end of the pen. These highlighters are made with the thought of considering our environment, that is why almost 50% of its materials are from recycled plastics, excluding the refills and product packaging.
The ink features a thermo-sensitive quality, which means it is sensitive and adjusts to temperature. The friction that comes from the rubbing off the eraser and the surface is what erases the ink. Just a little tip: If the pen is exposed to a temperature that reaches 140℉, the ink will be colorless when writing. But don’t worry! To restore color, cool to at least 14℉ in the freezer and the ink will function again in no time.
Take it from other users that the Pilot FriXion Highlighters are very easy to use because it dries fast once you apply it on a surface. You won’t have to wait or worry about smearing the ink. It also does not bleed through pages! Isn’t this what we all need? Especially when you use really thin papers, this highlighter is your best pal. And another thing, the colors are just so mild, refreshing, and youthful.
Another important thing to know is the compatibility of the Pilot FriXion Highlighter to other inks.
If you are using gel ink pens, you might want to switch to pigment inks or ballpoint inks because there will be some smudging (unless you really let the gel ink dry up first). But if you are already using ballpoint inks, your surface will come out clean for sure!
So there you have it! I know you’re excited! Head onto StationeryPal, add the Pilot FriXion Highlighters to your cart, and check right out! Don’t forget to use the discount code “Birthday18” to get it for 18% off! Yup, it’s on us!
Now don’t you worry about making mistakes! Happy highlighting!