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BIC Gel-ocity Quick Dry Gel Pens are a back-to-school staple

Though it feels like everything is digitized these days, there are a few things that are just better the traditional way — turning the pages of a physical book, looking through a box of printed photos, or writing and doodling on paper, by hand!

In regards to the latter, there's certainly something about taking a pen in hand that feels more conducive to creativity than typing or doodling away on a laptop or tablet. And yes, there are still those among us who much prefer it, especially for taking notes and absorbing information.

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Who needs a battery or charger when you have a pen and pad?

And among the arsenal of tools for the job, some offer a fluid writing experience and are just more fun to use. 

If you're looking for something quick-drying, smooth writing, comfy to grip and smear-resistant, BIC® Gel-ocity® Quick Dry Gel Pens are the way to go, with an ink formula that dries in as little as five seconds.

Available in 13 colours — including the staple black, blue and red, as well as shades of purple, pink, green, orange and light blue — they're perfect for keeping thoughts organized and keeping notes fun and vibrant.

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BIC® Gel-ocity® Quick Dry Gel Pens come in a variety of 13 colours.

Plus, writing by hand feels smoother and quicker than typing, with more room for expression and individuality. In fact, there has been research that shows that organizing your notes by colour can help you retain information.

Each pen also lasts for a fair amount of time, whether you're in high school, university or a work setting.

Grab the Gel-ocity® Quick Dry Gel Pens from the tried and trusted BIC® brand at the usual back-to-school shops like Walmart and Amazon.


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