Frixion Erasable Markers

I have a new set of Bible marking pens. Or maybe I should say I have a new set of Bible marking markers. I love my new set of Bible marking markers. I got my new set of Bible marking markers on a recent trip to Japan. Yes, you read that right. I went to Japan! Oh, the awesomeness of office supplies in Japan. I should write a haiku about all of the awesome pens available in Japan. Maybe another day…

The good news is that you don’t have to travel to Japan to have a set of these gorgeous Frixion Erasable Markers just like mine! They are available online at Jet Pens. Anyone who has visited Precept Camden knows of our love of Jet Pens. Just go to that search box there on the right and type in Jet Pens and you will see. (Or click here.) Somehow I had missed these markers on their site, but I discovered them in Japan and am happy that Jet Pens carries them in their online store so that you can get your very own set. Even with the thicker line, the ink still does not bleed through thin Bible pages. And, like all of the Frixion line, they are erasable.

Click here to order your own set of these markers from Jet Pens.

(Not a paid endorsement. I just love Jet Pens!)


8 thoughts on “Frixion Erasable Markers

  1. Falling in love with Frixion pens! But don’t freak out if after leaving them in a hot car for a while, you go to see what you have marked and it has disappeared! Put your Bible in the freezer and your markings will be restored ! 🙂

  2. Yes, that’s true. Heat (friction) is what erases the ink so if the ink gets very hot, it will disappear – but not permanently. Getting it cool again will indeed make it reappear. However, I’ve not experienced this myself even after leaving my Bible in a hot car. But at least it can be undone!

  3. Hi,
    You’re always my fix for great pens. I am about to order mine and can’t wait to try them when my new NISB ESV arrives. 🙂

    Last week I found erasable highlighters by FriXion at Target but disappointed with it. It erased but left a gray smudge on my book. I should wait until I’ve read it here before purchasing new ones.

    P.S. I miss your online classes.

  4. Thank you, TC! I miss teaching for Precept Ministries Online classes, but I had to let go of some responsibilities. You can always study with us here at Precept Camden! We are starting Acts soon. All the info is on the Study With Us page at the top right. Blessings!

  5. I will certainly keep your page bookmarked for future reference. I have already enrolled in a class when my current one (Hebrews 2) ends.It’s good to know I can still benefit from your teaching when the time comes. I really enjoyed our NISS Revelation class.

  6. I just received my New NISB and I want to be careful this time with which pens, markers, and highlighters I use in it. You have recommended many pens. Which do you actually use in your NISB? It gets a bit confusing. I am used to the Micron pens but I like the idea of being able to erase and would like to try some. Any input would be appreciated and others might find it helpful as well. Thanks so much. Blessings.

  7. Sandy, I have used in my Bible at one time or another all of the markers, pens, and pencils that I recommend here on my site. I am constantly finding new products to try and finding new products that I love. I have reviewed and recommended many pens on my site. The date on the posts will help you see which ones I have used most recently. Right now the tools that I use when marking my Bible are a combination of the Pilot FriXion Erasable Retractable Gel Ink Pens (.5 mm), Pilot FriXion Erasable Gel Ink Pens (.7 mm), Crayola Twistables Colored Pencils, and the markers pictured above. I also use Pilot erasable highlighters, though rarely, in my Bible. For me, erasability and no bleed-through are VERY important. This combination of writing tools works for me. Hope that helps and happy marking!

  8. After 20 years of marking and making a mess in my previous IISB it will be wonderful to have the ability to erase and not see bleed through. Thank you so much for taking the time to share what has worked best for you. Blessings on your new study!

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