The first feathers in the Frixion erasable pens arrangement, with tips and 0.7 millimeters,
were the first in a range of over 20 Pilot items using their uniquely created
erasable ink. Ballpoint pens and related items have accumulated in the total
global offers of 1.5 billion units to date.
Frixion’s feathers agreed in Japan in 2007, a year after its release in Europe. They got involved quickly with Japanese buyers, and they were famous among everyone, from small to representatives. This subsequently prompted Pilot to expand the range of Frixion products with comparatively erasable highlighters and markers.
A hit in Europe
The French exhibition director of the organization for Europe pressed for the initial shipment to be made in that publicity, unlike in Japan, because young Europeans most of the time used pens and liquid amendment when they considered it. Paradoxically, Japanese children mostly use wooden pencils or mechanics at school. It turned out to be a fruitful decision.
Frixion pens have turned out to be the main long-distance products in Europe, where they are especially known among scholars happy to be released from the requirement of fluid review.
The first Frixion pens with tops (left). The Frixion retractable point pens (right) were driven in Japan in 2010. Before putting these marked items, Pilot needed to refine his ink so it would not dry in a pen without a lid. (Photographs pilot’s affability)
Behind erasable ink
The long periods of progress were in the thermosensitive Metamora ink that gives the Frixion line its fundamental point of sale. The microcapsules that structure the pigmentation contain an equivalent mixture of three substances: all the color that can change between the color and boring structures, the shading designer and the shading change temperature regulator. A highlight among the most difficult companies was to build the temperature race for when the shading appeared and disappeared.