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Hi-Polymer Ain Eraser Black small

€2.46
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Hi-Polymer Ain Eraser Black small

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Hi-Polymer Ain Eraser Black small :

This high-quality plastic eraser from Pentel is hard to find outside of Asia. It consists of special polymer material that causes less abrasion on paper and produces less dust, enabling the eraser to be used for a longer period of time with cleaner results.

Size : 4.4 cm x 1.2 cm x 1.7 cm

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