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|Model Number||SEED ER-MO 1|
|Shipping Weight||0.95 oz|
6 people found this helpful
I didn't really care...
, July 9, 2010
I didn't really care for this eraser. It took quite a bit of force to get it to
erase something to the point a Boxy or even a Tombow One would do with ease. I
certainly do not think it is worth $7.50. I would recommend the Boxy over this.
1 person found this helpful
Great quality for an...
, January 10, 2013
Great quality for an eraser. It works better than most rubber or vinyl erasers
that I've used and it looks really nice too. It is really expensive, but that is
really the only con. Really great overall.
| Surveyor since 1972.
, August 8, 2014
Surveyor since 1972.
I have finally tried this extremely expensive eraser and found it performs
poorly on Rite in the Rain paper.
I have now tried all the erasers on jetpens on Rite in the Rain paper and I can
say the best eraser for Rite in the Rain paper is the:
Uni NanoDia Eraser for kids. In blue or pink.
Nothing else comes close for erasing on Rite in the Rain paper.
If you use Rite in the Rain paper the Uni for Kids is the eraser you should be
using. Bar none.
| This eraser is GREAT,...
, August 8, 2013
This eraser is GREAT, provided you use it with certain paper types. I notice
that using an excellent eraser like the Pilot Foam or the Pentel Ain (which
someone sent me as an extra gift with an order...I wish I could recall who, so I
could order from them more often) they do not work well on Rite-In-The-Rain or
the Field Notes Expedition paper but, this eraser works wonders. It is also a
GREAT way to clean suede shoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is one of those things where
you have to have the right tool for the right job. For multipurpose paper, I
would use the Pilot Foam. For glossier-type, all-weather paper, try the Seed. It
is made from natural rubber, so it's not hell on the planet, as well.
| Excellent eraser, all...
, February 4, 2013
Excellent eraser, all around.