Eraselet, so at homework time, I don't have to find an eraser for her. It always seems that our pencils have worn down erasers, or they have been eaten off - Eww! (This happens from time to time when the toddlers get a hold of one of the bigger kids' pencils. With Eraselet Bella always has an eraser on her wrist. She thinks they are cute and fashionable and they really are functional too! Some erasers leave black marks or tear the paper. We haven't experienced this with the Eraselet. Bella has used it over and over again and her Eraselet is still a strong bracelet.
Eraselet was invented by a dad named Bryan Ricci. He had his Ah ha! moment when his daughter was asking for him to find an eraser since she couldn't find hers. He joked that he should attach one to her wrist and the idea of the Eraselet was born. Bryan & Kimberly Ricci found it very important to manufacture their product solely in the US and are committed to donating to those less fortunate. They founded the Erase World Hunger not-for-profit organization and donate 10% of the proceeds of their Eraselet sales to this amazing organization.
Eraselet, is that you can special order them for your organization, school, church group, etc. Custom Eraselets would make a great fundraiser item as well! Kids think they are fun and would love to wear them at school! I love that they are cute AND functional! You can find out more about Custom Eraselets on their website.
You can purchase your own Eraselets online here for $1 each (3 Eraselet minimum purchase) or $4.95 for a package of 6. You can also purchase them in stores at Office Depot or at Lifeway Christian Stores.
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