Average Customer Review
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful
The blue half is basically...
, May 2, 2013
The blue half is basically useless. Erases nothing- not ink, not pencil, not
toner. And it's mostly blue so you're better off just getting a straight up mars
plastic. At least it will be 100% useful. Oh we'll, I have a small eraser with a
blue rubber handle now... :)
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
DO NOT BUY THIS!!! It...
, May 18, 2012
DO NOT BUY THIS!!! It DOES NOT erase ink, and if you do buy it and you say "oh
I'll just use it as a regular eraser" you can't. If you take off the dark blue
cover, it is 1/3 plastic eraser and 2/3 blue rubber.
Bought a bunch of erasers...
, July 2, 2013
Bought a bunch of erasers to see which one was best at removing Rotring
Rapidograph drafting ink from vellum — my M.Arch professors decided to go all
hardcore old school on us and make us learn how to make architectural drawings
the OLD WAY.
It's freaking hard work! And You make one tiny mistake in ink and you have to
try and erase it from this 5-dollar-a-sheet translucent paper, and if you use
the wrong eraser it only makes a huge smudge and basically you've wasted not
only money, but a lot of time. So I did some test drawings and erasings, and the
blue half of this eraser was one of the best ones at removing the ink from
vellum. (It may not work on pencil or on paper, but that's not what it's for.)
Also it keeps a hard edge, so it's possible to erase one tiny little line next
to other things you want to keep, and not ruin everything.
So if your professors are giving you this sort of "builds character, hair on
your chest" drawing challenge, I suggest this eraser.
2/3 blue eraser that...
, December 19, 2012
2/3 blue eraser that doesn't erase ink but is ok at pencil