Uni E-Knock Eraser - Dust-Gathering - Fine

Uni E-Knock Eraser - Dust-Gathering - Fine

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4.5 (13 reviews)
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This pen-style knock (retractable) eraser is a great addition to your pen case. Easy to hold and operate, the eraser is extendable by clicking the top button as if you were using a mechanical pencil. The dust from the eraser gathers into small clumps to make clean-up easier.

The eraser is refillable! Find refills under Recommended Refills/Parts.

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I like the convenience...
April 8, 2014
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I like the convenience and esthetic of this knock eraser but the eraser itself is okay. The hardness & size of this eraser is comparable to the Tuff Stuff eraser, though the Uni is softer and the Fine size is about double the width of T.S. The Uni erases well but still produces multiple pieces of "dust." My all-time favorite eraser is still the Kokuyo 2B!
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It does seem to bunch...
September 11, 2015
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It does seem to bunch up together into little clumps
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This eraser works really...
June 26, 2016
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This eraser works really well. I love that it's a knock type. The dust is also easy to clean up.
I also own the non-dust-gather...
March 25, 2016
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I also own the non-dust-gathering version of this eraser and I definitely like this one better. It's not a /huge/ difference, but it erases just as cleanly and doesn't create as many bits of dust. Unfortunately, my cat liked it as much as I did and it absconded from my desk. Hopefully it will reappear!
This is a really great...
January 2, 2016
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This is a really great tool. I use it a lot during class because the eraser on my pencil is rather small. I've seen a lot of previous comments saying that it doesn't really clump up as it says it does. You just need to erase in one direction! Instead of going back and fourth, make long and continuous strokes with the eraser over the line/line of text that you want to erase. The bits will string together in some sort of fragile strip, and I find it quite cool. The only minor complaint I have is that the bottom nib piece sometimes pops off while I'm erasing, but I think it might just be because I have a heavy hand!