6 Jul 2012

i added to my muji erasables collection...

After using some Muji Erasables for a month, I grew to love them more and more so I ventured out to complete my set as I only had the two blues and a pink. So here is the completed collection:


And the closer look at the colours.


And here is how they look on paper:


And overleaf. You can just about vaguely see that there is something written.


And rubbed out. The 'y' left behind is because that little patch was wet and it doesn't seem to rub out when it is wet (understandable really).


I'm actually in love with these pens... well, as much in love with an inanimate object as someone could be!

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  1. Love these pen's too ^^

    Maybe a 0.38 leads one day :)

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    1. These pens actually write quite finely for 0.5mm! I think 0.38mm would make it too thin and almost pin like!

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    2. Thin lead are better adapted to my (hum... strange?!) handwritting ><

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  2. Ooooh! I want these. But the one US store doesn't carry them and shipping from the other stores would be double the cost of one set! UGH!!! Why do I have to live in the US???

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    1. Ahhh if I were still in London, I would've offered to pop in store and offer to send them over to you! I only came home a week ago too and am not anticipating a visit to London anytime soon either :(

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    2. I'm in London and am happy to send these to you. Send me an email at chosking@rvc.ac.uk if you'd like me to :)

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    1. I am hehe :) I wish they did loyalty discounts!

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  4. pretty sure ive been looking for a stationary blog the longest time now, and your blog is the one <3
    omg <3<3

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    1. Thank you for the kind comments :) x

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  5. Where can I buy these in the UK ? I'm visiting in May and I'd love to purchase a set whilst I'm there ;)

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    1. Hiya, you can buy these in any Muji store in the UK. There is a Muji in London Oxford Street, another in High Street Kensington (again in London) and another in Covent Garden (in London). Not sure what other stores they have. Just a note though, they don't come as a set- you have to buy them separately x

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