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Tombow Mono Zero Eraser - 2.3 mm - Circle


Tombow Mono Zero Eraser - 2.3 mm - Circle - TOMBOW EH-KUR
  • Tombow Mono Zero Eraser - 2.3 mm - Circle - TOMBOW EH-KUR
  • Tombow Mono Zero Eraser - 2.3 mm - Circle - TOMBOW EH-KUR
  • Tombow Mono Zero Eraser - 2.3 mm - Circle - TOMBOW EH-KUR
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Introducing the world's thinnest eraser!

Tombow has created (according to their research) the thinnest and most agile eraser line on the market! The insightful designer created an eraser that logically fits its function. With pencil leads so thin, the correction tool should be an eraser that is shaped similarly to its nemesis. Two shapes are available, a 2.3 mm round shape and a 2.5 mm x 5 mm rectangular shape.

The eraser can be advanced forward with a push of the top. The body features a metal holder at the end to withstand hard pressure. The design of the holder facilitates precise movements and includes a clip for easy carrying. The eraser is refillable, and is the same high quality eraser that Tombow is famous for.

Perfect for designers, architects and cartoonists!


Frequently Bought Together
Tombow Mono Zero Eraser - 2.3 mm - Circle - TOMBOW EH-KUR+Tombow Mono Zero Eraser Refill - 2.3 mm - Circle - TOMBOW ER-KUR
Total Price: $8.25
This item: Tombow Mono Zero Eraser - 2.3 mm - Circle - $5.75

Shipping Weight0.45 oz

7 people found this helpful
  I understand people's..., January 30, 2009
I understand people's objection to the short length of the refills for this eraser, but I don't know of any other eraser (other than perhaps electric ones) with the precision of this one. As an animator I need that precision all the time -- for cleaning up lines or just erasing exactly the part of the line that I want to erase. Tiny is awesome!

Speaking of which, this is a great eraser to use with the Pentel PG-2 pencil (Which uses super-tiny 0.2mm lead).
3 people found this helpful
  This is a great eraser...., August 17, 2011
By Cal... - See all my reviews
This is a great eraser. I have no idea how other reviewers run out of it so quickly. I use mine every time I draw, and I've only replaced the eraser one or two times (I've had mine for 3+ years). It's easy to refill, use, and store or carry around. I bought one as a gift for another artist and they swear by its irreplaceability! This is NOT for erasing large areas, obviously. You want this for very fine detail work, in which it will never fail.
1 person found this helpful
  I like Tombow products,..., January 31, 2008
By DexterC84 - See all my reviews
I like Tombow products, but I think this eraser goes too fast. I agree with the other reviewer...get the Paper Mate "Tuff Stuff" Eraser Stick instead. Tombow has the advantage of being thinner but the Tuff Stick on the other hand is firm and lasts a VERY long time and can still eraser fine detail.
  I was a little bit upset..., March 11, 2009
By sayokohiroshi123 - See all my reviews
I was a little bit upset at the length of this eraser (At only the length of 2in. (5.08 cm)) That's the only flaw I can see with this product. The precision of this eraser is magnificent. I really to like this product. But the size of the eraser is a little small for my liking. It's a good product if you only need precision at times. But for someone who wants it ALL the time, you'd better buy a few packs of refills. You will need them.
  unfortunately this along..., November 18, 2007
By pinupartist - See all my reviews
unfortunately this along with the other tombow mono zero eraser are really no more useful than as a novelty item or a collectible. its really just an over designed eraser. the major problem with it are the size of the eraser sticks.. they're really no more than about 2 inches in length, and the rest of it has a piece of thin plastic attached to it in order for the advance mechanism to function. I ordered several replacement erasers when purchased the erasers, but i'm almost afraid to use them since they're going to go fast. my advise if you need a thin eraser, grab yourself a tuff stick.readily available here in the U.S. at an affordable price.