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Pilot Pens B2P, Frixion And Acroball Shoplet Review

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, I can be a pen snob. If the pen 'skips', or if I have to press too hard, or if it just doesn't flow like I want it to, I will toss it.... as in toss it into the trash.

So I was curious to give these Pilot Pens a try to see how they worked.

Let me start with the B2P Colors MultiB2P Gel, and B2P Ball Pen. First of all, I love the concept behind these pens. They are made from 89% recycled material. Now how cool is that? Hence the name Bottle 2 Pen makes perfect sense. I love it. But loving the idea and loving the pen are two different things. 

And after testing... wait for it... wait for it.. wait for it.... the B2P pens are great. The ink flows smoothly. I don't have to press too hard. There isn't any 'skipping', and the colors are awesome. The hardest decision for me was deciding which pen that I wanted to use. The B2P Colors MultiB2P Gel, and B2P Ball Pen are really great pens. 

And the Frixion clicker Frixion highlighter , and Acroball Fine Pt  did not disappoint either. 

I love the fine point, the highlighter was bright but not overpowering, and the clicker is a great pen for traveling. Overall, all of these pens get a 5 star rating from me. 

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  1. I use Pilot Pens at work all the time - Pay for them myself because they are so comfortable and write so well.


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