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Uni Mitsubishi Vermilion and Prussian Blue Pencil - 5:5 - Hexagonal Body

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Uni Mitsubishi Vermilion and Prussian Blue Pencil - 5:5 - Hexagonal Body - UNI K772
  • Uni Mitsubishi Vermilion and Prussian Blue Pencil - 5:5 - Hexagonal Body - UNI K772
  • Uni Mitsubishi Vermilion and Prussian Blue Pencil - 5:5 - Hexagonal Body - UNI K772
  • Uni Mitsubishi Vermilion and Prussian Blue Pencil - 5:5 - Hexagonal Body - UNI K772
  • Uni Mitsubishi Vermilion and Prussian Blue Pencil - 5:5 - Hexagonal Body - UNI K772
  • Uni Mitsubishi Vermilion and Prussian Blue Pencil - 5:5 - Hexagonal Body - UNI K772
  • Uni Mitsubishi Vermilion and Prussian Blue Pencil - 5:5 - Hexagonal Body - UNI K772
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This high-quality woodcased pencil conveniently features vermilion red lead on one end and Prussian blue lead on the other. It is great for writing, drawing, or making corrections and other mark-ups. The pencil has a hexagonal body, and the red to blue ratio is 5:5.

The pencil comes unsharpened.






Specs
Model NumberUNI K772
Weight0.2 ounces
Body Color Blue, Red
Body Shape Hexagonal
Diameter - Max 7.9 mm
Eraser Included No
Lead Color Blue (Prussian Blue), Red (Vermilion)
Lead Type Color
Length - Body 17.5 cm
Usage Student

Reviews


January 19, 2015
I wanted to use for sketching...
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I wanted to use for sketching but i did not find that it was good for that. The lead was a little to soft for me, but it might work for some people though.

jnordstrom
 
January 3, 2015
I use this pencil for...
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I use this pencil for drawing, which I suspect isn't its original use. It's a lot of fun to use, what with being able to just flip the pencil when I want one color or the other. Both the colors are vibrant, the red a warm toned red, almost orangey. The red is almost indistinguishable from the Mitsubishi erasable vermilion pencil. However, the blue is cooler in tone than the Mitsubishi erasable prussian blue, which is warm. Like the erasable pencils, though, this pencil wears down quickly. Not erasable in the slightest, which I didn't expect anyways.



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