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  • We're back with part two of reviewing your favorite stationery; this time pencils and erasers.

  • Keep watching to see the pencils /you/ voted for!

  • Be sure to check out our community tab for polls and sneak peeks,

  • and remember to like and subscribe if you want more videos like this.

  • Let's get started!

  • First: mechanical pencils.

  • When you look at the poll results, there's a clear winner: the Uni Kuru Toga!

  • One comment explained, "I really like the Uni Kuru Toga because of the way it spins the lead to keep an even point...

  • and I also like how it reinforces it so you don't break it as much."

  • It's true, the lead rotating system ensures your lines are consistent.

  • If you need it to rotate faster, check out the Advance version.

  • Second place is a tie between the Zebra DelGuard and Tombow Mono Graph Shaker.

  • One person wrote about the DelGuard, "I have a death grip so I broke the lead often before using [the] DelGuard."

  • For the Mono Graph, multiple people brought up its convenient shaking mechanism.

  • You don't have to click the button to extend the lead in these pencils; just shake!

  • The Pentel GraphGear isn't too far behind.

  • One of you said: "Once you usemechanical pencil with that level of quality it's impossible to go back to normal pencils!"

  • This is technically a drafting pencil, so it hasmore industrial look with its metal construction and textured grip.

  • It comes in several different tip sizes.

  • Last but not least, the Pentel Orenz!

  • What sets it apart from other pencils is that it comes in a tiny 0.2 mm tip size.

  • Despite the fewer votes, one passionate commenter said, "...did I mention that it uses 0.2 mm lead which never breaks and goes on for ages?"

  • "Seriously, one click lasts forever and my pencil is always sharp."

  • Now let's get into your favorite wooden pencils.

  • The Faber-Castell 9000 is the clear winner!

  • This pencil grips the paper more than some of the other picks which makes it easy to control.

  • The graphite on these pencils erases easilywhich is another plus.

  • Even though it doesn't come with an eraser, we don't mind.

  • We like that the gorgeous dark green lacquer is uninterrupted.

  • Blackwing Pencils are your second place pick!

  • They're some of the smoothest pencils we offer.

  • We recommend pairing them with a more textured paper since they're so buttery.

  • They're well-loved by artists and writers alike because of their soft dark lines.

  • Blackwing comes out with limited edition volumes every quarter.

  • Click the card above to see them all!

  • Third through fifth place are extremely close.

  • In third, we have Staedtler Mars Lumograph.

  • In fourth, Tombow Mono 100.

  • In fifth, Uni Mitsubishi Hi-Uni.

  • The Lumograph is the top choice for many of our blogs.

  • It has a nice amount of grip when writing, it's smudge resistant, and erases well.

  • The Mono 100 is a handsome pencil and it writes similarly to the Lumograph, but it's slightly smudgier.

  • The artist's favorite Hi-Uni is the softest and smoothest of this bunch.

  • It barely smudges and erases cleanly, and there are tons of lead grades to choose from.

  • Here's what one commenter said, "Mitsubishi Hi-Unis are by far the bestThey are soft and dark and

  • don't leave too much shine behind. Faber-Castells are great too...

  • and Blackwings are definitely amazing, but none of these come close to the Hi-Uni."

  • Finally, let's get into erasers.

  • In first place by a total landslide is the Tombow Mono.

  • This eraser is iconic and for good reason; it always gets the job done.

  • It erases cleanly with a light touch.

  • Tombow offers many types of erasers in their Mono line so click the card above to see them all.

  • The Sakura Sumo Grip is in second place.

  • This eraser features innovative microporous foam technology.

  • It picks up even the tiniest graphite particles that regular erasers leave behind.

  • Our favorite is  the convenient retractable version, which protects the eraser when not in use.

  • The Sakura Foam Eraser follows close behind.

  • It's softer than the Sumo Grip and is just as good at picking up graphite.

  • Finally, the Kokuyo Campus Student Erasers are in fourth place, and the Uni Boxy in fifth.

  • Someone said, "The Boxy is just so much better at removing all of the marks, even from 2H."

  • Both of these erasers work really well,

  • but we find that the Kokuyo Campus eraser dust clumps up together a little more neatly.

  • The Boxy has been a best seller on our site for a long time but be careful when storing it.

  • Don't put it right next to plastic items if  you remove the sleeve, or else /this/ might happen!

  • Eww...

  • And that's all for your favorite pencils and erasers!

  • Do you have a favorite item that we didn't mention?

  • Tell us in the comments.

  • We sell pencil and eraser samplers if you're not sure which one to try,

  • so check the description below for all the links at JetPens.com.

  • Thanks for watching!

  • The Sakura Sumo Grip is in second place. This eratur--

  • This "erature".

  • This "erature".

  • (Laughs) I'm just gonna start from the beginning.

  • Erasers

  • Erasers!

  • Erasers!!! (Laughs)

  • Gross. Ew.

  • Ew ew ew ew ew.

  • Yuck. Uugh. Nope. This is a 'no'. This is a hard pass.

  • Do not do this. Protect your stationery at all costs.

We're back with part two of reviewing your favorite stationery; this time pencils and erasers.

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您最喜歡的自動鉛筆、木鉛筆和橡皮擦!(YOUR Favorite Mechanical Pencils, Wooden Pencils and Erasers! ✏️✨?)

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