Average Customer Review
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
The eraser erases very...
, March 6, 2010
The eraser erases very well, but the mechanism that holds the eraser slips
occasionally, allowing the eraser to slide back into the holder. I need to
extend the eraser often to compensate. The mechanism only slips when I hold the
eraser perpendicular to the paper and am pushing down hard. If you only hold the
eraser at an angle to the page, friction holds it in place well and you won't
have any slippage problems.
If you are considering this product, the Tombow Mono Knock 3.8 is also worth a
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
I really love this eraser....
, July 18, 2012
I really love this eraser. I've had many different kinds of erasers, and this
works the best when writing essays(timed) and drawing. It erases mechanical
lead better than a wooden pencil. The only problem I had was the eraser ran out
fast for me! Good thing they sell the refills!
It erases ok but it breaks...
, May 14, 2014
It erases ok but it breaks easily.
I work in pencil, so...
, March 14, 2014
I work in pencil, so I'm constantly erasing, and this eraser has become my
favorite. It erases smoothly and removes pretty much all markings. It's sleek,
sturdy, and I like that it does NOT have a rubber grip because I'm allergic to
rubber. The price is a great deal, and I'll surely be getting more!
This is a pretty good...
, November 22, 2012
This is a pretty good stick eraser except for one thing; don't ever take the tip
off. If you do and then put it back you might start a small hairline body crack
that will eventually cause the tip to fall off. I fixed mine with crazy glue and
its fine now, except for the cracks! For the price its very hard to fault and I
would buy yet another (have two already).
I use this all the time...
, April 25, 2012
I use this all the time when I am sketching. I have none of the slippage issues
and have always found the performance to be perfectly within the range of what I
I have used this to erase pencil lines that have been inked over already and
almost never have an issue with the eraser streaking the ink (after a bit of
drying time). It doesn't pick up too much in the way of residue either, which
is very nice as I don't need to "clean" it too much on my jeans.
Highly affordable as well. I've had mine for well over a year and I still
haven't needed to use a refill. I might just be stingy, but I can't tell.
Love this eraser! All...
, August 28, 2010
Love this eraser! All the convenience and maneuverability of the ubiquitous
"Clik-Erase" but with an excellent eraser - soft touch, clean erasure, so
Love this eraser, used...
, June 15, 2010
Love this eraser, used it a lot when I was classically animating
This is an AWESOME eraser,...
, November 7, 2009
This is an AWESOME eraser, but the spring of mine keeps popping out so I use the
Mono Knock 3.8 now.
, April 10, 2009
Slightly misleading, the eraser is actually only 5mm wide, not 10mm. Unless they
were talking about the tube itself which just seems odd. If you notice the print
at the top of the tube says medium which means there probably is a large version
that has a standard 10mm eraser in it. Would be fantastic if Jet Pens carried
Soft eraser, easy to erase slim lines, dark lead tends to build up fast on the
eraser and smudge so I recommend using a harder=lighter pencil lead 2H-4H if you
want to use this eraser regularly. Solid construction, simple mechanism, I like
the fact it is see through and that you get a good amount of refills for a fair
Years ago Mitsubishi...
, October 25, 2008
Years ago Mitsubishi made these for Faber Castell under the name TouchMatic.
They only came in black. The eraser was so small that I could get into tight
spaces with it to erase fine detail. I liked the TouchMatic so much that I
bought a box of a dozen just to get the refills. When I ran out of refills I was
dismayed to find that they were no longer available. I looked on line time and
time again for them to no avail. Then I came across the E-Knock. I discovered,
to my delight, that it was the old TouchMatic reincarnated! I was elated! Now I
not only have a new source for the refills I have a choice of a few delightful
colors for the bodies as well. Kudos, JetPens, for bringing delight to this old