December 7, 2014
Purchased this mainly for the erasable aspect. While it does erase, you need to
use a considerable amount of pressure, regardless of how lightly you write /
sketch. Even then, it is not perfect and will leave ghosting. That being said,
for get using kneaded erasers. You'll have to use some sort of vinyl or rubber.
The lead is soft and will look much grainier than your typical pencil crayon.
The body is thicker than your standard #2, but is very light and writes well.
Overall, a comfortable and smooth pencil with a nice shade of navy blue. Just
make sure you're buying it for the right purpose.
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