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Author Topic: Precision Erasers - Where to get them from (UK)  (Read 1523 times)


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on: August 31, 2015, 04:08:57 PM
I'm looking for a better precision eraser - Nolan used one in the Jet Fighter lesson.

I got one of these

but the eraser is way too soft to be really useful.

I have looked in various high street stores but can't find anything else...

I see this on Amazon

not sure if it is really what I am after either....

Any suggestions would be welcome!!


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Reply #1 on: August 31, 2015, 06:05:52 PM

I have tried so many erasers, but the best one WAS (because I lost it!) a Bic pen-type eraser that had a very small point.  I have more replacement erasers for it, but they are useless w/o the holder.

I found one similar (a Japanese made Pentel CLIC ERASER ZE22) that works well but the point is bigger than I'd like it to be.

I bought a Sakura Electric Eraser but hardly use it because I have not taken the time to learn how to control it.


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Reply #2 on: August 31, 2015, 06:23:39 PM
I think the Tombow one you linked to is exactly the one you want. I have the "broad" version and it is excellent.

Here are links to  shops I use regularly.


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