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The Pentel Clic Eraser Grip erasers remove lead easily and cleanly without scuffing, smearing or tearing your writing surface. The pocket clip advances or retracts the long-lasting eraser with an audible 'clic'. The latex-free grip provides maximum comfort and control for less fatigue when erasing large areas.
Premium latex-free white eraser removes lead easily and cleanly without scuffing, smearing or tearing writing surface.
Pen Style Pocket Clip
Pocket clip advances/retracts this long lasting eraser with a 'clic'.
Latex-Free Comfort Grip
Maximum comfort and control with the latex-free grip.
Pentel of America is a division of Pentel Company, Ltd., which has been producing the world’s favorite writing instruments for over half a century. Pentel is committed to quality, is known for innovation and is responsible for the development of many of the writing instruments in use around the world today. Pentel developed the Sign Pen, the world’s first acrylic fiber tipped pen; Pentel Arts, high-quality arts and crafts supplies; Recycology, a planet-friendly line of writing instruments; and Super Hi-Polymer lead - the #1 selling lead refill in the world. Pentel of America is based in Torrance, California.
Works great, good for detail stuff or small areas, can really pull the graphite off the paper cleanly without tearing the paper or smearing the graphite (because some erasers do... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Eilonthay
Love these for school. Easier in my opinion to keep track and use than those blocky ones.Published 10 days ago by J. Verma
It came packaged and earlier then it's due date. I've been needing a new retractable eraser and i found one at a very affordable price. It was well worth the money. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mel
I have used these for years, and they are my favorite erasers. The eraser itself lifts pencil marks away from the paper without abrading the surface. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Bryan S. Tyson