Midori Brass Bullet Pencil Holder - White

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5.0 (2 reviews)
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.

Model NumberMIDORI 38062-006
Weight0.9 ounces
Body Color White
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

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Seven years ago, I made...
September 22, 2012
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Seven years ago, I made what I thought was an extravagant, frivolous gift to myself by buying a Faber Castell Perfect Pencil (UFO type.) As it turned out, this wasn't really a frivolous gift, since I still use it all the time and can extend the life of my pencils much longer than I had before. However, it's only good for getting the pencil down to a 3 or 4 inch length. I've looked for years to find another pencil extender that will let me use the pencil down to the last inch or so. And behold! the Midori brass bullet!

I love this thing. It's sleek, lightweight, tiny, and very well-made. I was afraid that I would be stuck using the (very expensive) pencils that Midori makes to go with it, since they are a little thicker than American pencils, but American pencils fit in the holder just fine. For a pencil to fit inside of the body, though, it has to be about three inches or less. The one caveat is that if you're trying to extend the life of pencils that have a ferrule or metal cap on the end, they won't work for this. I use General's layout pencils to write, so this isn't a problem for me.

I say go ahead and splurge if you are looking for a stylish way to get more out of your pencils.
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great! fits in my journal...
March 25, 2015
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great! fits in my journal very nicely.