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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 version!)

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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I went to art school...
January 26, 2015
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I went to art school and had a staedtler mars plastic.. after I had kids I bought them the pentel hi-polymers so they wouldn't touch the staedtler - but I ended up loving the pentel one a lot more! Then I was bored last week and bought a bunch of stuff and tried some different erasers. Of all of the ones I bought this is by far my favorite. If you erase something small there is literally no dust to brush away. If you erase a large area it does stick to the eraser for a long time before giving up, and there's still not much to brush away. And honestly I didn't think eraser dust was even a big deal until I tried this eraser. It's soft and doesn't damage the paper at all. I've used it with HB and 2B leads on regular Mead notebook paper. I got the small size, not sure how long it will last, but I have added 2 of the big ones to my cart for my next splurge.
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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.
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A great eraser that doesn't...
August 20, 2015
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A great eraser that doesn't get very dirty.
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I think the light erasing...
May 20, 2016
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I think the light erasing pentel ain eraser is better. This one erases really well but gets dirty easily and is hard to clean. When it gets too dirty, it smudges whatever I want to erase.
Pros: * Erases smoothly *...
May 1, 2016
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* Erases smoothly
* Creates small dust
* Erases charcoal smears also
* Doesn’t wear down easily

Cons: None
It's okay....I won't...
April 10, 2016
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It's okay....I won't be ordering it again...
Best one by Far!!!...
February 8, 2016
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Best one by Far!!!
Works just as I had hoped....
December 19, 2014
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Works just as I had hoped. Does a super job!
This eraser is really...
December 16, 2014
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This eraser is really cool! The shavings clump up and sometimes even stick to the eraser, coming up off the paper really easily! It erases well, and is good for drawing, I think. I used to smudge my drawings with how much I had to swipe eraser shavings away, but with this eraser it's gotten so much better >v<~! Thank you~
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