- Non-abrasive erasers
- Won't tear paper
- Leaves a clean, clear surface
- Similar erasing quality as Pentel Hi-Polymer block erasers
- Fits on many mechanical pencils and all standard woodcase pencils
|Come on, isn't this fun? They are all hanging out in a bunch of Tombow Ippo Interlocking Wooden Pencil Caps.|
|My rather awesome eraser test. First column indicates the pencil used, second column is a light line, and the third column is a darker line using the same pencil.|
In a simple, totally non-scientific comparison with other erasers, in my humble opinion, I would say the Pentel Hi-Polymer eraser caps performed the best.
They do leave eraser dust behind but this is pretty standard for erasers. They remained surprisingly clean throughout their testing and in their regular use on my pencils. I do like clean, white, pretty erasers. They're very tantalizing! And if you are curious (as I was), they don't smell like much when used. (Do you remember the smell of the pink erasers? Wowza!)
Wal-Mart - (no price online) but I'm guessing ~$3.50
Hard to argue with replacement eraser caps - practical, and cheap. Lets your pencils live a little longer, and your mechanical pencils: forever!
FYI it totally looks like I copied this picture but I seriously did not, cross my heart. We apparently just have great minds!
**I received one of more of these products for reviewing (and enjoyment) purposes. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated monetarily.