Why spend money on pens that dry up or write poorly? We came up with four different pens that are perfect for your specific personality. With these brands, you won’t go wrong and your work will be the best stuff you’ll produce – with ease! Check them out below!
For the workaholic: Pilot’s G2 Gel Pen
The ultimate pen for the overachiever, Pilot’s G2 is America’s number one selling and longest writing Go-2 gel pen, meaning it works just as hard as you do. With smooth, lasting gel ink, a comfortable grip and retractable tip, 4-point sizes and 14 vibrant colors, the G2 provides organization fiends endless opportunities for color-coding and categorizing. They’re bold and the ink dries instantly. We love them!
For the statement-maker: Precise Deco Collection
Perfect for stockings, as a small gift or paired with sketchpads and journals, Pilot’s Precise Deco Collection pens are a great gift for co-workers looking to make a statement with their supplies. With rich colors, bold shapes and exuberant styles inspired by the Art Deco era, the Precise Deco Collection brings fashion to your fingertips.
For the perfectionist planner: FriXion Colors erasable marker pens
For your work wife whose planners are flawless and bullet journals on point, Pilot’s FriXion Colors add a touch of creativity and style to everyday tasks with this unique thermo-sensitive, erasable ink available in a variety of fun and fresh colors including black, blue, turquoise, brown, green, lime, two shades of pink, purple, red, yellow and orange.
For bright people who make a few mistakes: FriXion ColorSticks erasable gel pens
Just as vibrant and colorful, and perfect for color-coding to-do lists, FriXion ColorSticks look, feel and erase like a traditional pencil, but are actually gel ink pens. Easy to erase, these gel pens come in black, blue hunter green, purple, red, gray, navy, orange, magenta and salmon pink.
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