After attempting to write with a ballpoint pen I decided to not use them because you need to press hard on them in order to write. Unfortunately, this 'pencil' writes just like a ballpoint pen. You have to put a good amount of pressure on it if you want something close to an even 'flow' and once you do that there is no point to this being 'erasable' since the imprint will always be there due to the pressure you've used to write something in the first place. Pass on this.
I was very excited about trying this new pencil. Who could ask anything more from a pencil than smooth writing and perpetual sharpness?! Sharpie always comes out with great products and I was really hoping that this would be another winner. I used this pencil on a variety of paper products - nothing very exotic- normal copier paper, letter paper, sketchbook etc.At times it is smooth - but many times the line in inconsistent. Adding some more pressure than I am used to using … more
I am a history graduate student specializing in early twentieth-century European history, and more specifically Russian/Soviet history and military history. I mainly like to review historical monographs … more
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The Sharpie Liquid Pencil features a unique liquid graphite formulation that lays down smooth like a pen but erases like a pencil. This unique formulation allows users to erase whatever they’ve written for up to 24 hours, after which the liquid graphite becomes permanent. Equivalent to a 0.5 mm No. 2 pencil.