Schneider Corry correction pen
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Schneider Corry correction pen

Schneider Corry correction pen
Free UK Delivery over £10
Code: SM/6940
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Handy pen for erasing ink
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This pen can erase most washable blue ink from fountain pens and rollerballs. Write over the top with a ballpen - no more messy crossing out!

Delivery Info

We offer free UK delivery over £10 - please choose the SAVER delivery option at the checkout. Below £10 this delivery option will cost £1.95.

Within the UK we offer a range of delivery options including guaranteed next-working-day services if you order before 1pm. Please click here to see all our UK delivery options.

For overseas orders we use Airmail postage to a range of countries. The price is calculated according to the weight of your order. International delivery is available to about 50 countries - these will be listed at checkout and also in the shipping estimater in the shopping basket. Please click here to see about our international deliveries.

Returns Info

We offer a 'no quibble' returns policy. If you are not happy with your product then you can return it for a full refund. Please click here to see our full returns policy and how to return something for a refund.

Product Questions

Total 1 question(s)

In the art of Calligraphy, colourfast ink is used. The nib is dipped into the ink to write. The ink used is Pelikan Brilliant black (4001) or blue. Can the Corry pen be used to erase this black or blue ink as well? I purchased a Corry pen today and the white tip did not erase the blue ink on the opposite side of the Corry pen. It merely smudged the ink and faded it lightly. Does this mean the product is old or is this the result one can expect?

Question submitted by: T Bester on: 2016-08-30 17:06:02

Bureau replies: Corry pen will only work on washable blue ink... The way these work is that they remove ink with white tip and blue tip is a correction pen which can be used to write over erased part.

Answer submitted by: Mishka on: 2016-09-02 13:04:35

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