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On the whole, this is...
January 22, 2013
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On the whole, this is an okay eraser. However, I am used to the better erasers such as the Uni-Ball Enock eraser and Hinodewashi Matomaru-kun Eraser. If you want to buy a stick eraser, go with the Enock. The Ruflat Eraser doesn't erase well; in other words it leaves behind much of the lead (I used B-2B lead).

Erasing Ability-2/5
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The eraser itself is...
June 1, 2014
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The eraser itself is surprisingly very hard. It erasers fine, though there is a good chance it may break. I originally bought it for erasing pencil lines on my drawings, but now it is for my writing; since it works MUCH better erasing in SMALL sections.
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Although it does erase,...
August 17, 2016
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Although it does erase, it is very harsh on the paper. The earaser itself is also very hard and i've had it break on me various different times...
I started using these...
April 2, 2015
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I started using these for Kanji in my Japanese class, but now I use them for EVERYTHING. I love this eraser. About 1 in 4 has a bad grip on the eraser, however, so if you get a bad one, don't hesitate to return it or replace it. If you're doing super detailed work, look into the SEED slendy, as well!
Weirdest eraser I have...
November 5, 2014
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Weirdest eraser I have ever used! It was fun and different to try!
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