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Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - Brown

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Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - Brown - MIDORI 230839
  • Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - Brown - MIDORI 230839
  • Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - Brown - MIDORI 230839
  • Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - Brown - MIDORI 230839
  • Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - Brown - MIDORI 230839
  • Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - Brown - MIDORI 230839
  • Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - Brown - MIDORI 230839
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This unique pencil holder from Midori is made from brass and is a Japanese reinterpretation of a classic American writing instrument. Each holder contains a 7.5 cm long wooden pencil inside and features a solid metal clip and pink rubber eraser at the top. This compact pencil holder is a great way to write with a wooden pencil. Brass body will develop the characteristic vintage look over time. Other colors available.

Pencil holder dimensions: Approximately 3.8 inches (9.7 cm) long when capped, 5.4 inches (13.7 cm) long when cap is posted on the back of pencil holder, and 0.4 inches (10 mm) in diameter at widest point.


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Specs
Model NumberMIDORI 230839
Weight0.9 ounces
Body Color Brown
Body Material Metal (Brass)
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 7.49
Diameter - Max 10.6 mm
Eraser Included Yes
Grip Color Natural
Grip Material Wood
Lead Grade Indicator No
Length - Body 9.8 cm

Reviews


July 25, 2012
This has been a daily-use...
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This has been a daily-use pencil for me for well over a month now. The best part is that the wooden pencil here is really beautiful and high-quality. It's so nice, in fact, that I only wish they made them in a LONGER version to use in a larger pencil holder. Plus, be aware that these pencils are a tad fatter than standard for US pencils, anyway. I found it easier to sharpen with a colored pencil sharpener. Otherwise, you end up sharpening to an elongated tip (because the barrel of the pencil is wider than a standard pencil in the US) which wastes quite a bit of the pencil. The fatter, colored-pencil sharpener opening lets you get a fine tip which is not so elongated. Also, as my brother commented when he saw this for the first time, "what is that? a pencil for someone who makes tons of mistakes?" The erasure is rather, shall we say, prominent. Kinda silly looking, really.

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