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It's cool, convenient...and...
, May 31, 2012
It's cool, convenient...and crumbly. If you're wondering how cool it might be to
have a tiny eraser as one of the cartridges in a multi-pen, well, it's cooler
than I'd imagined. I've got it in a 2-cartridge body, and it has quickly become
second nature to switch from one to the other.
The eraser itself isn't very good. It crumbles into stringy bits that hang off
the eraser tip and clog the opening of the body. It performs much worse than the
pen-style polymer eraser I got from Daiso. I was unable to completely erase some
2B writing from a Moleskine notebook, for example. With so much rubbing, it
depletes pretty quickly.
This is evidently the price you pay for having an eraser cartridge. It isn't
going to erase like a Tombo Mono Zero, but you don't have to reach for a
separate eraser, or even flip the writing instrument over. I think it's worth
| Very interesting ideas,...
, April 28, 2013
Very interesting ideas, in practice it is still better to have an eraser on the
side, but this works great as a compact form factor all-in-one in a pinch. The
eraser will deplete very quick!
| I had a very hard time...
, April 24, 2013
I had a very hard time getting this in my pens. I've bought 2 of them and both
times they have fallen apart in the pen and get caught. Maybe I'm missing
something? I love the idea, but I'd say skip this whole pen line entirely. I'm
sure they can do a better job later on.
| like having the option...
, March 16, 2012
like having the option to erase now lol