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|Model Number||KOH-I-NOOR FA1900.B|
|Shipping Weight||1.70 oz|
|Diameter - Max
|Length - Body
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I'm a big fan of the...
, September 14, 2011
I'm a big fan of the Koh-I-Noor line of pencils. The pencil is very sturdy as
well as the lead. I can throw one of these in my pocket with a freshly sharpened
tip and I can use it and abuse it all day long at work and the tip never breaks.
However, I've noticed that the degrees of lead are a bit lighter than others in
the same degree. My HB degree of these pencils writes about like a H in other
Overall a great pencil. Highly recommended.
| The lead in these is...
This review is from Koh-I-Noor Toison D'or Graphite Wooden Pencil - 3H - Pack of 12
, January 26, 2013
The lead in these is fantastic and hasn't broken on me yet. These pencils write
very smoothly, but I wouldn't describe them as being waxy or too soft. They, in
fact, don't write too dark or light for the grade that they are. They don't
smudge much, and they erase well. The wood sharpens perfectly and easily. The
pencils have good thick smooth paint making them a pleasure to hold, and they
are black so they don't pick up pencil dust and never look old and dirty. The
gold letters are thickly and clearly printed. While I like the simple thick
printing, it is slightly less precise when compared to my Faber Castell 9000s
which have somewhat more intricate designs on them.
| This is a good pencil...
This review is from Koh-I-Noor Toison D'or Graphite Pencil - 2B - Pack of 12
, December 11, 2011
This is a good pencil that is not in the same league as the Tombow Mono 100 or
Hi Uni. However, the quality of the cores are consistent across the length of
the pencil (I've only used one up so far). I'd be curious to see how this 2B
would stack up against the Tombow Ipo, a kids pencil.