This case looks great. I'm able to hold(so far) and assortment of 11 different
stationary (pens/pencil/markers/highlighter/mini architectural ruler/exaco
knife/pen eraser+refills) items. Thick walls with smooth exterior and "hard"
textured interior. It has a great shape and easy to hold. It may be $16.50 but I
do feel it was worth it. Great product and highly recommended.
This eraser looks really great. The housing length is 12 cm long and .9 cm wide.
The eraser is only 5 cm long and .2 cm wide. When you purchase the refill the
actual eraser is less than half the length of the packaging(bad). There is an
advantage of using this over a block style eraser for precision erasing(ei.
drafting). It's entirely made of plastic save the guide pipe. It's a tad on the
light side but still feels good to use. The advantages do out weight the
price(again for precision).
Yes this eraser looks really great. I incorrectly assumed it to be larger than
it actually is. Excluding eraser it is only 9.9 cm long 1 cm wide and .3 cm
deep. The actual eraser is 6.7 cm long .6 cm wide and .2 cm deep. This would do
really well as a replacement for another pen style eraser. It is not meant to be
used as an in between of a block and pen style eraser. That's what I originally
was aiming for.
I also purchased the Tombow Mono Zero. Sans eraser that housing is 12 cm long
and .9 cm wide. The eraser itself is 5 cm long and .2 cm wide. This is easier to
hold than the Seed.
The Tombow is a bit more practical only due to its housing length but the eraser
is a smaller.