Staedtler Mars Lumograph Graphite Pencil - 6B

Staedtler Mars Lumograph Graphite Pencil - 6B

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Staedtler's Mars Lumograph wooden pencils are premium-quality, perfect for writing, drawing and sketching on paper and matte drafting film. The lead is remarkably break-resistant due to its special formulation and super-bonded composition. As a result, you can draw with fewer interruptions due to breakages, and the pencils are easy to sharpen. These pencils also erase easily, so you can perfect your artwork down to the last detail.

The pencils are eco-friendly as well. They are PEFC-certified, meaning that the wood comes from certified sustainably-managed forests. Staedtler's manufacturing processes also ensure efficiency and minimize the use of precious resources.

The following degrees of hardness are available, listed in order from softest to hardest: 8B, 7B, 6B, 5B, 4B, 3B, 2B, B, HB, F, H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 5H, and 6H.

Model NumberSTAEDTLER 100-6B
Weight0.2 ounces
Body Color Blue
Body Shape Hexagonal
Color Set No
Diameter - Max 7.4 mm
Eraser Included No
Eraser Refillable No
Gift Set No
Lead Color Black
Lead Hardness 6B
Lead Type Graphite
Length - Body 17.5 cm
PEFC-Certified Yes
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The best pencil I have...
June 30, 2013
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The best pencil I have used hands down. Capable of consistently producing both the lightest and darkest of marks, building up shadows perfectly with excellent adhesion to the page. Can be manipulated with stumps or smoothed with ease and without lifting pigment or leaving patchy areas. Everything about this pencil is the result of thoughtful expertise used to create as good a drawing tool for artists as possible.
Every time you use a pencil it most likely makes one of our forests in northern California that much smaller. A pencil like this is just about the only thing that makes that justifiable.