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Uniball RE3 Biz



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The Uniball RE3 now available in a business professional body with an aluminum knurled grip! The newly developed "thermal erase ink" has the property of becoming colorless when applying heat of 60 degrees celsius or more. Since chemical change occurs due to frictional heat generated by rubbing the drawn line with a special eraser of the knock part, the ink becomes colorless, so it can be erased and rewritten many times.

This pen has a twist-to-extract style body that we really love! You twist to pick the color you want to write with, and then you still click the top to extract the nose of the pen. The available body color selection varies nicely. There's sure to be a professional body color everyone will like!

  • Available in .5 mm
  • Choose from 5 body colors: Black, Navy, Bordeaux, Turquoise, and White.
  • Aluminum knurled grip
  • Rewrite over the same spot again and again - no wasting paper and creating messes!
  • Refillable
  • Comes with three erasable ink colors: Rose Red, Cobalt Blue, and Off-Black ink


5 of 5 Stars
I'm back here pricing more of these. No other pen will do, now that I've met this, the love of my life. I love Japanese writing utensils. I'm mostly a pencil user, and I swear by the Kuru Toga Advance. Japanese is fiendishly difficult to write, and they need good tools to do it. I am a native English speaker (writer) and my needs aren't so precise as Japanese writers'. This is the best pen I've ever held, and it is not playing games. I don't like gel pens. They smear, and I have no use for cutesy colors and sparkles. I don't like fat pens, or pens that look cheap or gimmicky. This pen is a streamlined marvel. Infinitely refillable, and it seems built to last. Almost the entire thing is metal. It's still rather lightweight, but not so lightweight as a disposable pen. I find I'm able to write with it more nimbly than with a Parker jotter or other "executive" model designed for looks first. The knurling on the grip was something that initially made me hesitate, as I generally prefer