Tombow Ippo Coiled Pencil Grip Aid - Pink Set of 4

Tombow Ippo Coiled Pencil Grip Aid - Pink Set of 4

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3.5 (6 reviews)
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Add a touch of zing to your pencils with these whimsical Tombow coil grips. At the same time, you can practice holding your pencil correctly---placing your fingers on certain points of the coil, as described on the packaging, helps you achieve proper pencil-holding position. The grips are flexible and easy to attach, and you can try putting multiple on one pencil for additional unique looks.

This set includes four grips: two pink, one light blue, and one yellow.

Individual grip dimensions: 1.9 inches long, 0.4 inches diameter (4.7 cm long, 0.9 cm diameter).

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These are very innovative...
March 8, 2016
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These are very innovative in design, appealing to the eye, and are very comfortable for how I write with wooden pencils.

One issue I do have is the fact that these do not grasp other wooden pencils well (Staedtler, etc.) as they do with Japanese-made wooden pencils (Uni, Tombow, etc.). When I use these on my Staedtler Mars Lumograph, for example, they are very prone to sliding down the pencil as I write
These are fun. They...
February 11, 2016
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These are fun. They don't stay put as well as I had hoped but they give me something to grip onto.
Did not like these at...
November 10, 2015
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Did not like these at all, not comfortable, didn't stay on well, and collected plenty of cat hair and dust. Sad!
I use these on the palomino...
May 20, 2015
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I use these on the palomino black wings since I've got long monster-fingers that can't grip thin pencils well. Does the job!
These go on easily and...
October 20, 2014
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These go on easily and help keep a grip on pencils without adding any bulk. They slide easily off pens though not while you're writing with them. Nifty idea.

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