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I've tested 10 erasers...
, January 28, 2014
I've tested 10 erasers of 6 different brands carried by Jetpens. I use Rhodia
dotpads and 0.3mm Pentel Ain Stein B-grade lead. Your mileage may vary. (NOTE:
I've copied this review from the small version of this eraser, because I feel
this one deserves the same good rating. Check out the other reviews on the small
This eraser erased well in every test I've put it through, along with half of my
samples. This one, however, stood out with its remarkable qualities in how the
erasing felt. This eraser is wonderfully soft, almost like marshmallow. It
slightly adheres to the paper when rubbing against it, as if giving the paper
millions of microscopic hugs. It powerfully erases every stroke, from light to
dark and from details to large markings. What's more, it clumps up neatly and
all of the lead residue is eliminated by the clumps, so the eraser very rarely
becomes stained and dirty-looking.
In short, I'd say this is an amazing eraser for its erasing power, marvelous
texture, exceptional feel and incredible self-cleaning properties. Get a large
one or two, you will not be using anything else.
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This was the first plastic...
, August 22, 2013
This was the first plastic eraser I ever bought after using Pentel Hi-Polymers
for as long as I can remember. It's true to its name and leaves practically no
dust behind. The shavings clump really, really well.