Seed Colorful Radar Light 100 Eraser - Green

Seed Colorful Radar Light 100 Eraser - Green

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4.9 (7 reviews)
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This Radar Light eraser is easy to use and pleasant to look at! It comes in a colorful variety of light colors with cases to match. It erases smoothly and thoroughly with a light touch, and due to its soft quality, the shavings are clumps rather than messy dust. The case is well-designed too. While erasing, the corners of typical eraser cases tend to dig into the erasers, causing eraser nicks or breakages at those contact points. To prevent this, the Radar Light case has notches in the corners that disperse the pressure between the eraser and case, thus reducing nicks and breaks.

This is Radar eraser size 100. Dimensions: 2.2 x 0.9 x 0.4 inches (5.5 x 2.3 x 1.1 cm).

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Customer Reviews

Wow. I am thrilled with...
May 6, 2013
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Wow. I am thrilled with this eraser. This Seed Colorful Radar is the best of both worlds--it erasers just as good (if not better!) than my Boxy and has shavings that clump together like a Matomaru-kun eraser. While the shavings don't stick to the eraser quite as good as with a Matomaru-kun, they still clump together enough that cleaning up the shavings is still way more convenient than compared to other erasers.

The notched casing is a fantastic idea. With my old Matomaru-kun, the paper casing would dig into my eraser and really tear it up, but not with this little guy! The eraser itself also isn't super gummy-soft like the Matomaru-kun is. With my Matomaru-kun eraser, I found myself having to use extra pressure to clean away pencil strokes because the eraser was almost too soft. But the Seed eraser is soft without having any give to it, so it really does erase well with just a light touch. It also works like a -dream- on coarser papers like sketch paper and mixed media paper, which is absolutely amazing. All of my other erasers just got replaced!

Not to mention this eraser is so super cute! Another great thing I've noticed is that gray lead residue doesn't build up as badly on the eraser anywhere near as badly as I had expected it too, so the cute light green color still stays looking great even after use. I couldn't be more happy with this eraser. I highly recommend it!
9 people found this helpful
Makes erasing boring,...
November 7, 2013
Makes erasing boring, exactly the way it should be: no laborious scrubbing, no wiping away dust. A single strand of spent eraser which sticks to the eraser body, absolutely no graphite on the paper, first time every time. That's reliability.
6 people found this helpful
Not too hard, not too...
October 16, 2014
Not too hard, not too soft, just right is an appropriate description, thanks to Goldilocks for the line.

After buying a couple on my own account I have made three purchases of these on the corporate account for office use. I use a blue and my wife was given a pink, and everyone complained because they aren't available at Staples or Office Depot for back-to-school supplies. They all love how these erasers work, but complain that I only put them into the supply cabinet in green, red and orange.

I gave everyone the direct URL, and a few said that they ordered some for themselves. Only one person complained, she went to the website and spent nearly three hundred dollars on his first trip. Devilishly clever these Japanese.
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Seed Radar Light 100 I...
January 24, 2016
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Seed Radar Light 100

I bought nearly every block eraser that Japan makes in a recent shopping binge. As a math major, I need lots of erasers as it is, but I also wanted to determine which ones worked best for my needs. I tested all of the erasers on three different types of pencils: a Pilot Eno color .7, a Pentel graphite .5 and a Pentel color 2mm, and then on three different paper types: Rhodia, an index card, and then plain old American junk copier paper.

The type of paper wound up not mattering with the performance of any of the erasers. What mattered was what they were erasing.

So with that established:


The Radar is a very good eraser for .5 and .7 leads. It erased those lines like a champ, with hardly any arm effort required. It claims to be a dust-gathering eraser, and it works as advertised there, far better than the Ain dust-gathering eraser. There's very little mess from using this one, just a strand or two on the page. That's just awesome.

The Radar also comes in super-kawaii colors. The green is so pretty in my case that I smile at simply seeing it there.


It does an okay job erasing the Pentel color 2mm lines, although it still doesn't get as much of it erased as the Sakura or Pilot foam erasers. This is a deal breaker for me. Unlike the Ain Triangular eraser, the Radar Seed doesn't have other features to compensate for this one minus. There's a cute color, but that's not enough compared to a click mechanism, a triangular shape that's easy to hold and more maneuverable on the page.

If someone is doing normal pencil tasks with .5 or .7 lead, and wants an eraser that works well for that, plus comes in a cute color on top of it all, then this is definitely the eraser for him or her. Go for it.
1 person found this helpful
Erases well, love the...
June 22, 2015
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Erases well, love the color.