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Brilliant Foosball Erasers

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Those long, boring afternoons at school would have passed by a lot quicker if we'd had a set of these to play with.

Tel Aviv-based company Peleg Design have created these simple, but brilliant foosball eraser figures. Available in two colours - blue and red - you can simply pop them on the end of your pencil and pen and have an impromptu game of table football on your desk. Draw a pitch on a piece of paper and before you know it, you're recreating the Manchester derby at Old Trafford.

Naturally, they can also be used as rubbers, but we can't ever imagine wanting to reduce the effectiveness of our player by doing that. Any pencil chewers beware, though: you could turn into a real-life Suarez and take literal bites out of your player - and no one wants that.

Head here to find your nearest stockist, and write, then erase, your name into the foosball history books.

(Images: Peleg Design)

Foosball Eraser
Foosball Eraser
Foosball Eraser
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Foosball Eraser

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