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Uni NanoDia Pencil - Red - Pack of 2

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Uni NanoDia Pencil - Red - Pack of 2 - UNI K884ST2P
  • Uni NanoDia Pencil - Red - Pack of 2 - UNI K884ST2P
  • Uni NanoDia Pencil - Red - Pack of 2 - UNI K884ST2P
  • Uni NanoDia Pencil - Red - Pack of 2 - UNI K884ST2P
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Pack of two red colored wooden pencils.

The Uni NanoDia Low-Wear Pencil Leads are infused with nano-diamond pieces to create an unusually strong and high-quality lead. The unique lead is now available in a new wooden pencil form. Different grades available.




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Specs
Model NumberUNI K884ST2P
Shipping Weight0.45 oz
Body Color Red
Body Shape Hexagonal
Color Set No
Diameter - Max 7.8 mm
Eraser Included No
Eraser Refillable No
Gift Set No
Lead Characteristics Break-Resistant
Lead Color Red
Lead Type Color Lead
Length - Body 17.6 cm
PEFC-Certified No
Usage Student

Reviews
2 people found this helpful
  This is not just a red..., March 2, 2013
By jcolol - See all my reviews
This is not just a red pencil, or just another quite good red pencil. Good and very good red pencils are plenty and so easily available... but they do not manage to write a real red line or mark, but only reddish or very reddish at best.
THIS IS THE RED PENCIL. No reddish, but fully RED.
So whatever high praise I could write would fall very short: as far as I know, this RED remains unsurpassed.
Your money would be perfectly spent, not wasted at all.
2 people found this helpful
  I like to use red wooden..., December 30, 2012
By eba... - See all my reviews
I like to use red wooden pencils for marking in books as I read. I've tried so many different brands from Ticonderoga, Prismacolor, etc. The biggest problem I've found is that most red wooden pencils tend to have hard lead, and thus leave a very light - almost pink - marking when I write. Prismacolor coloring pencils have less of an issue with hardness, but the lead doesn't seem to be as sturdy (often breaking internally if dropped) and seems almost too soft for my purpose. These are by far the best I have used to date. The Mitsubishi blue/red wooden pencil on this website are very nice as well, but in the end I prefer these. If you're looking for a red wooden pencil to mark in books or similar - the Uni-ball NanoDia should serve you well at a good price.
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