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To be honest, the only...
, February 16, 2014
To be honest, the only eraser I have to compare this one to is the Staedtler
Mars, but it leaves the Mars in the dust. It erases way better, it's smudge
free, it doesn't grab the paper, and it rolls up the residue into neat little
strings making it a lot easier to clean up. I only wish I had gotten more than
one because it's on the softer side, and I can't see myself needing $25 worth of
pens and erasers any time soon!
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I love this eraser. ...
, August 19, 2012
I love this eraser. It works great- I'm drawing with HB pencils on regular copy
paper. The eraser comes off in long twirls instead of tiny little dusty bits.
I find myself using this eraser all the time and shunning the 4 other different
erasers I have. But sadly my Campus just went missing so, I ordered 4 more.
| INTRODUCTION: I've put...
, August 6, 2014
INTRODUCTION: I've put this eraser and 9 others (Pentel dust-gathering,
light-erasing, black and stein black, Boxy, Pilot Foam, Sakura Foam, Kokuyo
B/HB, Kokuyo 2B, Mars Plastic) through a rigorous and extensive series of 8
tests based on my application specifications (0.3mm Pentel Ain Stein B lead with
Rhodia paper). The tests were parallel (sustained) erasing, perpendicular
(instantaneous) erasing, smudge test (several perpendicular lines), large area
erasing, lead-dirty erasing, clumping, finger oil dirty erasing and eraser
shield compatibility. Of those tests, the main differences were highlighted in
the parallel, smudge, finger oil dirty and eraser shield tests.
REVIEW: This particular eraser, the Kokuyo B/HB, was amongst the best in all
test and I found it to be the all-around best performer. Sustained erasing left
an evenly and supremely faint line. Instantaneous erasing performance in the
smudge test was average, but reliable. Most distinguishing of all, this eraser
was utterly unaffected by skin oils and left the crispest, whitest patterns with
an eraser shield in a patch of lead-darkened paper.
CONCLUSION: For its extreme reliability and performance which, in my case,
surpassed even the venerable Mars Plastic in some cases, I give this eraser the
highest ratings as well as my personal recommendation, especially if your
operational parameters are similar to mine.
| For erasing my H-grade...
, June 22, 2013
For erasing my H-grade 0.5mm mechanical pencil lead, the Campus B/HB is the best
eraser I have found--and I've tested about all of the block erasers here on
Jetpens, among others (the Pentel Ain Dust-Gathering was my H-grade champ until
Jetpens got the Campus B/HB back in stock). The Campus B/HB cleans H lead better
than the other erasers, and is less smeary while doing so, making it very easy
and dependable in use. It also rolls its shavings up into a nice big, easily
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This earaser is not sadisfiyin...
, May 9, 2011
This earaser is not sadisfiying becase it is not soft and may ruin your paper.
But that is just my reason many have others .