Erasable pens are the only pens I use for bullet journaling! I tend to always use the Frixion pens but there are a few others you might like to consider trying if the Frixion aren’t readily available where you live (or you can’t get them shipped from Amazon to your country).
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I love these pens so much I did an entire post and video about them (which I’ve linked in so many posts here on the blog – you’ve probably already seen that post!)
The colors are great, they’re reasonably priced, they’re the most readily available of all of the types of erasable pens and they come in a variety of styles – clicker, with a clear lid and with a capped lid.
The capped lid style seems to be the most readily available
I found these at Officeworks here in Australia. They were about $15 AUD for the pack of 8 colors (around the same price as the Frixion).
They write ok but they’re nothing to rave about. They remind me of a dull ballpoint pen. The green is a dark green rather than a nice bright. The pink is more of a pink-red than a true pink.
The colors are nice but they’re not the best pens. The ink is prone to skipping. The colors are a bit dull too.
Probably don’t need 4 different shades of blue in the one pack… I do love the teal though!
The colors are nice but they don’t reflect the color of the body of the pen. The pretty blue ink is in a pen that looks dark green!
I’m including the Papermate erasable pen on the list solely to tell you – don’t buy it! The eraser is terrible – it hardly erases – you can still see what you’ve written.
So it was probably fairly obvious… the Frixion erasable are my favorite.
- Uniball Signo TSI Thermo Sensitive– I haven’t tried these as I think the Uniball Signo gel pens are overrated. They don’t come in many colors either. However they are cheap at around $1 per pen.
- Delat Erasable Gel Ink – I haven’t tried these but they look like a knock off of the Frixion erasable… but are much the same price so you may as well get the Frixion instead
If you’re looking for erasable highlighters, see this post for my favorites.
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