Erasable pens allow you to correct mistakes in your writing or drawing that you would not ordinarily be able to with a standard pen. Paper Mate introduced the world’s first erasable pen in 1979 after 10 years of research with the Replay Max. This was pretty much unchallenged until 2008 when Pilot launched their brilliant Frixion erasable pens. These pens contain thermosensitive ink that is removed by friction using the pens cap and are now the most popular erasable pens on the market. The thermo-sensitive ink heats up when friction is applied and consequently becomes translucent. This gives incredibly clean results and is a much better solution than the rather messy alternatives. In 2010, uni-ball introduced their own erasable pen with heat sensitive ink, the uni-ball Fanthom, which has since been discontinued and replaced by the Signo TSI. Browse our full range of erasable pens below.