Uni Penmanship Writing Pencil - Hexagonal Body - 6B - Pack of 3

Uni Penmanship Writing Pencil - Hexagonal Body - 6B - Pack of 3

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There's a lot of emphasis on penmanship in Asia. These high-quality penmanship pencils have been requested by our customers not just for writing but for drawing as well. Their soft lead makes them perfect for calligraphy and drawing because they allow you to make varied strokes, almost like a hard brush pen. That makes them great for creating artwork and for drawing Kanji (Chinese characters), etc.

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Very wide lead, skims...
January 7, 2012
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Very wide lead, skims over the page. Agree with another reviewer that this is almost a lead brush. I really wish the body was wider and round, rather than hexagonal, but this is the perfect pencil for those of us who don't want to gouge our notes onto the page.

Yes, it smudges, but I'm using this to write marginalia in books where I don't scrub my hand over the writing, so I'd rather have the ease and comfort. Don't have to press down to write with this at all.

Back for more as these are now my go-to pencils.
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So far the best woodcased...
September 7, 2009
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So far the best woodcased pencil I have ever used; You think Mitsubishi Hi-Uni is the best or Tombow Mono 100, well I think this pencil beats those by at least a notch. The lead is very wide [maybe 4mm] dark, and very stirdy [have never broken it even I tried with pretty heavy force], does not require frequent sharpening and is the smoothest graphite I have ever used. This is basically a pencil brush in my opinion. Simply FANTASTIC pencil.
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This is by far the best...
November 27, 2015
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This is by far the best writing instrument I've used in my journey of learning Chinese. It provides steady lines, but is well responsive when you have to have variations in thickness, which basically leads to a perfect control over what you're doing (or trying to do, in my case). I honestly don't think I'll get back to any other pencil! It may seem expensive at first, but you get the quality you pay for, and even more.
Very thick lead, hard...
February 13, 2010
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Very thick lead, hard to write with when it becomes dull, it also smudges the paper. :(

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