I always like the idea of a correction pen, and have used this thing ever since its release on the 90s (at that time I was still in middle school, I think). Well, a few months ago, I bought this correction pen, since my old one had been empty and I needed a new one. I usually bought the pen-design but when I saw this, in a blue-bottled design, I was attracted to it. It's made by Kenko, a pretty well-known brand for office accessories. It has fine point metal tip for easy correcting, and the tip is made easier for the fluid to come out of it. It has quick dry feature, which I think is very helpful for us to correct our mis-writing/typo. Unfortunately, all these good features were all fallen apart, since I discovered few days ago that this correction had broken on the connector which connected bottle and the tip. So the fluid couldn't flow because of this breakage. I had shaked it and pressed it hard but still, there was no fluid coming from the tip. I was very disappointed at this. I think I just used it for several times and it couldn't be used any more. Oh I really couldn't believe it! I told my hubby about this breakage, and showed it to him, and he said it could be the heat that caused it. Hmm.. I think that was not possible since I just put it on the table and didn't store it. Strange! I should be more careful now in selecting a correction pen. I'm going to need a new one, but DEFINITELY NOT this one.