|Model Number||SUN-STAR S4218965|
|Diameter - Max||5 mm|
|Size - Depth||1.6 cm|
|Size - Length||14.7 cm|
|Size - Width||1.6 cm|
January 16, 2015
Okay I was originally...
Okay I was originally going to give this a 4 star rating because it has or had one little flaw the cap keeping the batteries in kept falling off on the eraser I ordered way back in 2011. But either I'm hallucinating or they've improved the over build quality because compared to my first one (which was the black version because so edge. much angst.) the plastic feels sturdier it's definitely shinier and the brand printed on it is better quality, the first one I literally rubbed off in the first day with my thumb.
Another thing I noticed also is that the erasers are lot better too the first time around they were oily, shiny, very stretchy they smeared more than erased but not this time they're around same as my polymer block erasers. That sucked because when I ordered the first time I also got some refills and they were the same crap quality as well so I actually cut little cylinders out of my block eraser to use instead because the one in craft store were just tad too thin.
My favorite thing about this eraser and that warrants the five star rating is the design like what i'm assuming a lot of you know the electric erasers sold at craft stores are thick that's only because they put the batteries usually double A right next to each other. The Bode electric eraser has triple A right on top of each other like regular flash that makes the eraser slightly like 2mm thicker than a prisma marker absolutely perfect for carrying around in a pencil case. It's ingenious I have no clue why other companies don't do this but i'm glad sun-star/bode does.