字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 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 use a mechanical pencil with that level of quality it's impossible to go back to normal pencils!" This is technically a drafting pencil, so it has a more 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 easily, which 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 best. They 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.