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March 6, 2010
This is a nice, portable...
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This is a nice, portable general-purpose eraser. It erases very cleanly, and the eraser has a diameter comparable to the eraser on the end of a standard wooden pencil. I keep this eraser in my backpack and use it on-the-go. For at-my-desk use, I prefer both a block eraser and a precision eraser--but this product provides a nice compromise between the two!

 
March 6, 2010
The eraser works extremely...
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The eraser works extremely well, and mechanism to hold and extend the eraser operates flawlessly. At 3.8 mm in diameter, the tip is a bit small for general use, so it is not a substitute for a block eraser. Even so, I use this product often and love it.

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March 6, 2010
The eraser erases very...
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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 look.

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March 6, 2010
I love this product....
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I love this product. The eraser erases very well, but does wear down quickly. If you use a regular block eraser for larger errors and only use this for precision erasing, the eraser lasts for a reasonable amount of time.

 
February 19, 2010
This is my favorite kind...
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This is my favorite kind of correction tape. The different sizes are nice for covering bits of diagrams while not hiding text you'd rather keep. This product seems to work better for gel pens than other correction tapes I've tried.

However, if the tape in the dispenser ever gets loose, tightening it is extremely difficult. Most people are probably better off just buying more tape.

4 people found this helpful
 
February 19, 2010
This is my favorite kind...
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This is my favorite kind of correction tape. The different sizes are nice for covering bits of diagrams while not hiding text you'd rather keep. This product seems to work better for gel pens than other correction tapes I've tried.

However, if the tape in the dispenser ever gets loose, tightening it is extremely difficult. Most people are probably better off just buying more tape.

1 person found this helpful
 
February 19, 2010
This is my favorite kind...
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This is my favorite kind of correction tape. The different sizes are nice for covering bits of diagrams while not hiding text you'd rather keep. This product seems to work better for gel pens than other correction tapes I've tried.

However, if the tape in the dispenser ever gets loose, tightening it is extremely difficult. Most people are probably better off just buying more tape.

1 person found this helpful
 
February 19, 2010
This is my favorite kind...
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This is my favorite kind of correction tape. The different sizes are nice for covering bits of diagrams while not hiding text you'd rather keep. This product seems to work better for gel pens than other correction tapes I've tried.

However, if the tape in the dispenser ever gets loose, tightening it is extremely difficult. Most people are probably better off just buying more tape.

1 person found this helpful
 
February 12, 2010
Overall, this is an extremely...
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Overall, this is an extremely well-designed pen. The grip is comfortable and the body is thick--about what one would expect from a 4+1 ballpoint multi pen. Gel pens use a lot of ink, and the thick body allows for refills which last for a reasonable amount of time--unlike any other gel multi-pen I've seen. The colors are dark, making written text a pleasure to read.

The one drawback of this pen, which usually keeps me from using it, is that the blue ink is too dark. In low-light conditions, I am unable to discern the difference between blue and black--a huge problem since there are only three colors to work with and I like to color code things. There is a green ink refill available. But, to my knowledge, there is no way to change the color of the blue tab used to extend the pen tip. The perfectionist in me does not like the idea of sliding a blue tab and getting green ink.