Stationery lovers rejoice, a new mini collectable crazy is about to hit SA and it’s one we can really get behind. Loads of people love to collect things (especially kids) and there’s no doubt that the many mini collectors series that have hit SA supermarkets over the past year have been a huge hit. But what happens when those little pieces of plastic get forgotten about and thrown by the wayside? Crazi Erazi is a collectors series we can really get behind as not only does the collection feature mini version of some of SA’s most-loved stationery items but each collectable is also a pencil eraser! Functional and cute, Crazi Erazi is sure to be a hit with kids big and small this summer.

The full Crazi Erazi collection consists of 13 erasers – all replicas of actual stationery products sold in South Africa. The range includes brands such as Pritt, Mondi, Treeline, Artline, Uni, Penflex, Staedtler, BIC and Butterfly with mini versions of glue sticks, multi tack, paper reams, counter books, pens and markers, highlighters, pencil cases, pencils, crayons, pocket files, paper pads and colouring books.

Unlike the retailer-specific free collectables seen over the last few years which rewarded shoppers with a collectable item per specific amount spent in store, Crazi Erazi collectable erasers can be purchased at a variety of participating retailers and stationers for only R 6.99 each. The plastic collector box, which doubles as a pencil case, retails for R39.99 and is fitted with exact compartments where all the erasers can be housed.

 Crazi Erazi

With an affordable price tag, many children will be able to use their own pocket money to purchase the Crazi Erazi collectables. Each eraser is packaged in a foil bag where the collectable inside is not visible, perfect for children (and adults) to meet up with friends, swop and compare collections.

But wait, there’s more. There are also exciting competitions and promotions linked to Crazi Erazi. Perhaps the most exciting is the partnership with KIA. Consumers stand the chance of finding one of 3 000 golden tickets in the form of Kia Car erasers in their Crazi Erazi packets – once found simply present it at your nearest Kia dealership and take any model Kia for a test drive to stand a chance to win tickets for 2 to the FIFA Soccer World Cup in Russia in 2018, all expenses paid! Plus, consumers who collect the full Crazi Erazi range and post a photograph to the Crazi Erazi Facebook page can stand a chance to win a share of R200 000 towards their school fees.

The Crazi Erazi collection is available nationwide from the end of November and the campaign runs until January 2018. The collection is available from Shoprite, Pick n Pay, Game, Makro, CNA, West Pack Lifestyle, Office National, Inovocom and select independent stationers.

For more information visit the Crazi Erazi website.