Check out how we were testing Crayola Erasable Pencils :)
The pencils look like this:
When I opened the box I saw 10 colorful pencils. Each pencil has an eraser.
Let's solve a Japanese Puzzle.
The pencils paint very good and the puzzle is becoming orange and white, instead of black and white :) So nice!
Ok, now I want to place an X. Hmmm... what if instead of an X I will just paint the fields with another color? That's a good idea! Orange will look good with... blue :)
Ok. What if I make a mistake? Will the pencils erase well? I will paint some fields in the middle of the puzzle...
I erased the pencils and look, the paper looks quite good. And it didn't erase the black lines! Only the pencil :)
Now I will check if the pencils will soil my hand. I will start to move my hand across the color...
My hand is clean :)
I will check now if the pencils will show on the page underneath. I will paint one side of the page...
And now I will paint the other side, right where the green square is.
I will check the page underneath...
It's a little bit green, but not much :) Great :) I don't even have to erase this to solve the other puzzle.
Let's make a summation:
Crayola Erasable Pencils - advantages:
- they erase very well
- they add color to black and white puzzles
- they don't spoil your hand
- they don't show on the page underneath (or a little bit)
- you have 10 colors to choose from :)
Crayola Erasable Pencils - disadvantages:
- they don't have a sharpener attached to each pencil somewhere somehow ;)
Where you can buy Crayola Erasable Pencils? In Logi store :) The price is very attractive!
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