Pentel Ain Clic Knock Triangular Eraser with Clip - Metallic Blue Body

Pentel Ain Clic Knock Triangular Eraser with Clip - Metallic Blue Body

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4.5 (14 reviews)
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Pen-style erasers are becoming increasingly popular because they are convenient, mobile, and ergonomic. The popular AIN eraser now comes in a new triangular holder form. The triangular shape was purposefully chosen to address two eraser functions. The wide sides can be used for the erasing of large areas, while the three corner points can be used to erase areas requiring more precision. Each holder contains a generous amount of eraser, and eraser refills are available. Just press the top cap to extend more eraser. Holders are available in metallic red, blue, green and purple colors.

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I want to like this eraser,...
April 29, 2011
I want to like this eraser, but a couple of flaws keep it from being a favorite.
The triangular shape should allow precision erasing, but once you've worn a corner down, the precision is lost. After a few erasures, you're left with a big round eraser.
The mechanism doesn't hold the eraser in place well, so direct pressure will push the eraser back into the body. Side-to-side is okay, but combined with the above, it loses the precision the triangular shape could deliver.
The eraser itself is good, not abrasive at all, and very effective. I don't find the shavings to be sticky or hard to brush off, and HB markings are 98% removed. If the clutch could hold the eraser in place better, this could be perfect.
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In response to a couple...
October 26, 2010
In response to a couple of previous reviews regarding crumbs/dust sticking to the paper:

I've also noticed this happening but I've found that lightly pressing the eraser to those clumps lifts them with almost no effect on any graphite that might be under those crumbs. There is some but I'd have to break out a loupe or magnifying glass to notice.

On the other hand, I tend to only do non-"production" sketches so I might not be the best authority.

For me this eraser works very, very well and is (in my opinion) a step up from the round click-sticks by which I used to swear. I like the shape much more since I find it to be much more versitile.

Just my opinion. HTH.
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It's ok. Although I wouldn't...
March 27, 2015
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It's ok. Although I wouldn't buy this again over any other block eraser such as the kokuyo campus and uni boxy, it does its job as a reliable knock eraser. It leaves lots of residue and loses its sharp triangular points over time, but erases pretty cleanly. 3/5 but wouldn't buy again. If you want a knock eraser go with the tombow precision, or, get a block eraser for more reliability.
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wow, using this compared...
September 14, 2011
wow, using this compared to my steadler mars eraser stick, is so much better, the eraser isn't crumbly and it removes my pencil marks with more ease, i would definitely recommend these :D
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It has a superb quality....
March 7, 2011
It has a superb quality. Erases clearly and neatly. Perfect for young artists.
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