Speaking of stationery maker pilots, even if you don't like stationery, you can think of "erasable ballpoint pens" or "friction". The series, in which the ink disappears due to frictional heat when rubbed, is an item that I cannot live without.
But keep in mind that pilots have an oil-based ballpoint pen called the "Acroball," which is also comfortable to write on. The acroball has recently become "erasable".
The "Acroball White Line" released in October is a three-color ballpoint pen with correction tape that allows you to write and erase with one. As you can see at a glance, correction tape is combined with the top of the ballpoint pen.
There are three ink colors, black, red, and blue, which can be switched by rotating the body. Although it has a thick body by design, it has a firm grip due to the grip with the tire pattern.
After all, what is worrisome is the usability of correction tape. It seems that a newly developed tape is used, and when it is pulled up, it cuts cleanly and blends well with the color of the paper. It is also good that the ink is clearly applied without bleeding when rewriting. Replacement cartridges are also sold for the correction tape part, and even if they run out, they can be replenished and used.
It's a little bulky to put in a pen case, but it's a convenient item when you want to keep a ballpoint pen in a desk pen stand, kitchen, living room, etc. There are 6 body colors, clear pink, clear orange, clear light green, clear blue, clear black, and white, and the price is 600 yen (excluding tax) per bottle. It seems that the company has released a product with the same idea before, but it is a hybrid stationery that is unlikely.