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I am so glad I purchased this!!
Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2019
Glad I purchased this! I use it primarily; however, I am still trying to decide which one works for me as I have the Wave and the Everlast too. I use tabs to divide my various writing assignments. Having the ability to take notes and them email them to the designated locations is a plus as it cuts down on paper waste. I also saved on stamps because I wrote my thank you notes and then emailed them thus saved the recipient paper waste. Yes, it does say it's one-time use only but I have erased it with a blowdryer and better yet with my craft hot gun which is must faster. It's kinda cool to see the erasing process as I blow heat on the page. As I stated above, I do have the Wave and the Everlast. The later while it's noted as long lasting is a bother because wiping the pages off and taking the time to let it 2 open face pages dry before you wipe the next pages can be a bit tedious. The Wave could also be blow dried (haven't tried that yet) but the squarish size I purchase is a bit awkward for me. My husband has the smaller Wave which we purchased instead of the Everlast because he is left handed and reviews talk about the smearing factor. He is happy with the smaller Wave as it fits into his shoulder bag. Note the quality of the paper for the Wave is much more durable than the one-time use one, so it will last longer. However you do get more pages in the one-time use (140 pages vs. 80 pages for the Wave and 32 pages for Everlast.
Now the Frixion pens. i do like them, prefer the black Color stick ones as it shows up darker than the other ones. I can't speak to the longitivity of them.