Average Customer Review
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
, March 30, 2012
I purchased a few of these erasers about a year ago and have had fantastic luck
with them. I've since tried the other erasers shown here at JetPens but none
compared really. They actually hold up. All the other stick style erasers I've
tried all back into the tube when you try to use them (I'm a little heavy
handed) but these Ain erasers hold up remarkably well. I completely recommend!
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
For tight spots this...
, February 18, 2011
For tight spots this eraser is hands down the BEST. The triangle is stiff enough
but you hardly have to press down just lightly go back and forth and even 2B
lead comes right up. For 2 bucks this is my only eraser.
I love this eraser. It...
, August 3, 2010
I love this eraser. It works well for my big math mistakes as well as the fine
corrections for my diagrams. The only thing is that you have to even the earaser
back out if you have done a lot of detailed corrections. Still the best eraser
i love this eraser! (:...
, March 1, 2010
i love this eraser! (: actually i found one at my local HEB and its more than
this. i think i saw it at 3.00. i lost the outer shell of the eraser tho, so im
not using it properly anymore. but its A GREAT buy.
0 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
, May 9, 2010
Disappointed. Pentel usually have excellent erasers (the Hi-Polymer block
erasers and the original round clic erasers are excellent). This Ain eraser
seems to be made of different material and is harder than the hi-polymer & round
clic erasers. Sometimes, this also causes the eraser to not be able to erase
cleanly at all.
I will stick with their 2 original erasers, which are the best in the eraser
market in my opinion.