There is nothing "liquid" about this liquid pencil. It's like trying to write with an old ball point pen that you found in your glove compartment. It's skippy, scratchy, and just not that great. You have to press really hard to be sure all parts of your letters appear on your paper. That might be ok if you hold your pencil like a cave man holds a spoon. The eraser works well on the words that only half-appear on the paper and it will erase the words you have forcefully written but your paper is left with an indentation in the form of the letters, as is the table you are writing on. The idea of this pencil is good (like the Erasermate from 1979) but the actual pencil is too much work to use.
I'm sticking with my real #2 or a Pentel Twist-Erase.
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