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The Pen The Pen is brightly coloured and the same colour as the ink and has a silver tattoo design, with remove by friction written on it. On the end of the pen a silver rubber bit, which is what removes the ink by friction-generated heat. The lid matches the pen and has pilot and frixon ball written in silver. The pen comes in a variety of colours, eight in all.
My Opinion I love doing puzzles and I am always on the lookout for a pen that would help me that. I saw this pen in WH Smiths one day and thought that’s a good idea but I wonder if it works. So I went to the till pen in hand and purchased it, once I got it home I opened the packet and gave it a little test. So I got a scrap of paper and did a little scribble, I then turned the pain over and as instructed I rubbed the silver end over the pen and was amazed at what I saw. The pen just disappeared, there were no marks left on the paper. So after I did my scribble test I tested it on other things like puzzle books and writing lists. It writes easily and has a good colour to it, no matter what paper I use it still disappears when rubbed. It is comfortable to hold too, I hate it when a pen makes your hands sore especially when you’re writing all day. All my pens now are these and are dotted around the house; it’s a great pen for everyday use. The only thing I wouldn't use it for is legal documents just in case something happened.
Price and availability The pen is available from WH Smiths, Ryman Stationery and Staples. It is available online on amazon.co.uk and eBay. It is priced from £1.90 onwards, depending on what size pack you get. They can come in single, three, six or twelve. They now come in a highlighter version too.