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KW-triO

Compact Art Bendable Flexible Pencil with Eraser

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Are you searching for cool bendable pencils? If so, let us show you this Compact Art Bendable Flexible Pencil with Eraser! Every pack includes 25 x Pencils. The bendable pencil is made of high quality stretchy material, you would never need to worry about bendable pencils snap. Flexible, strong lead makes sure a smooth laydown every time. Delicate Bendable Flexible Pencil features peculiarly smooth, colorful refills leads that produce thick, colorful, easily beautiful drawing. Ideal for sketching, drawing and layouts. The Flexible Pencil outline fits nicely into your hand for a flawless writing experience. This advanced cartoon colored Flexible Pencil ensures a comfortable drawing experience.Come on, take the bendable Colourful Pencil home and you will have a wonderful writing experience!
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  • Specifications:

    • Premium quality pencil for writing, drawing and sketching on paper
    • Flexible Pencil markings are easy to erase, and pencils are easy to sharpen
    • The perfect choice for drawing, writing words or numbers
    • Provides colorful, extra-smooth lines in rough drafts, sketches, & pencil illustrations
    • An inexpensive general purpose writing pencil
    • The Flexible Pencil outline fits nicely into your hand for a flawless writing experience
    • Strong tip prevents breaking for a longer life for your pencil

    Details:

    KW-triO Compact Art Bendable Flexible Pencil with Eraser

    • Kraft paper drum, environmental technology, the use of newsprint produced in Bendable Pencil, to reduce the felling of trees

    Flexible Pencil

    • This Colourful Pencil is the best choice because of the pencil can affect the stand or fall of good works

    Bendable Pencil
    Colourful Pencil

    • This advanced cartoon colored Flexible Pencil ensures a comfortable drawing experience

    How to Choose a Pencil:

    A. Consider How You Use Pencils:

    • What do you do with your pencil? Do you write? Do homework? The daily crossword? Do you also draw or sketch?
    • Do you press heavily or lightly when you write or draw?
    • Do you prefer a fine line or a bold one?
    • Do you tend to lose, loan out, chew, or mistreat your pencils, or do they get stored safely in a cup or pouch?
    • Do you carry your pencil in a pocket or purse where a sharp point could do damage?
    • Do you wear the erasers down to a stump or tend to lose eraser caps? Do you erase very little, so that the eraser dries up?

    B. Decide Between a Mechanical Pencil and a Traditional Pencil:

    • Mechanical pencils don't need sharpening, but they do need a supply of the right size lead. Generally, the last half-inch (1cm) or so of a lead is not usable.
    • Mechanical pencils can achieve a finer and more consistent line if you are doing technical drawing or small or fine writing.
    • The length of a mechanical pencil stays the same, no matter how much you write with it.
    • Mechanical pencils typically cost more, especially for good quality, non-disposable ones. On the other hand, many allow lead and erasers to be replaced, meaning that you can use one pencil for much longer.
    • Standard pencils are generally inexpensive and the line width can vary more, both with angle and with how blunt you allow the pencil to get.
    • You may prefer standard pencils for their low cost, availability, and simplicity. You may also prefer them for their feel.

    C. Decide on a Lead Diameter for a Mechanical Pencil:

    • If you are a heavy-handed writer who presses hard, try a 0.9mm pencil. 0.9mm pencils are usually darker because they are about twice as thick as regular lead.
    • Pick a 0.5mm if you like to write lighter and easier. 0.5mm pencils have more precision so you can write in tiny places and it can still be legible.
    • If you are in between, buy a 0.7mm pencil. 0.7mm pencils have a good medium lead size.
    • Other sizes are available for artists and drafters, but larger leads may need to be sharpened even though they are in a mechanical pencil and finer leads may be very delicate.
    • In general, larger diameter leads give more flexibility when you are sharpening the lead, a technique used in drafting and sketching
    • Choose a lead hardness for standard or mechanical pencils. Lead hardness can be confusing, because it is measured on two different scales and is not especially well standardized. Here are the basics.
    • The usual medium hardness is called HB. This corresponds to a #2 pencil. If the pencil or the lead is not labeled, there's a good chance this is the hardness.
    • If you're not sure what hardness you want, go for HB or #2.
    • Many automated test-grading machines require HB or #2 pencils. If you will be filling in bubbles on a test, choose this hardness.
    • The softest leads make the darkest lines. The hardest leads make the lightest lines. If you are drawing, you might outline with a harder lead, then darken and shade with a softer lead.
    • If you will be shaping the lead, softer leads are easier and faster to shape but also lose their crisp edges more quickly, with the opposite effect for harder leads.
    • Hardness runs from 9B (softest) to 9H (hardest). Numbered hardness values may be listed in the U.S. Here is the sequence.

    D. Look for other features according to your needs:

    • Does it have a built-in eraser? Is there a little cap to lose?
    • On a mechanical pencil, does it advance by clicking the side or the top, or by some other means, such as twisting?
    • How sturdy is the construction of the pencil?
    • Does it have a comfortable, soft grip?
    • How much does the pencil cost?

    E. Use Colored Pencils to Color Objects on Paper, to Outline and Color Coordinate Various Items, or Just to Use on Coloring Books:

    • If you're serious about art, visit an art store and get artists' color pencils. They are more costly, but you may find that they give a stronger color and that a wider range of color is available in quality artists' pencils.
    • Another type of color pencil is the highlighting pencil. It has fallen out of favor with the introduction of marker style highlighters, but you may still find it in a good stationery store.

    F. Consider Special-Purpose Pencils If You Have Demanding or Specialized Applications:

    • Charcoal pencils are used by some artists. Like charcoal, they give a deep black. Unlike straight charcoal, they write a bit more smoothly and have the form of a plain pencil. These come in various hardnesses. Charcoal also comes in stick form.
    • Carbon pencils have yet a different character than graphite or clay. Carbon also comes in varying hardnesses and can be obtained in stick form.
    • A grease pencil can be used for temporarily marking glossy surfaces, such as ceramic and smooth plastic. Construction pencils are designed for rough duty, such as marking lines on wood to prepare for cuts.

    Tips:

    • If at all possible, try the pencil you think you want before you buy it. If you can find a stationery shop that sells pencils loose in bins or has display models that you can try, go down the row and try a variety of them. Notice what is comfortable, what writes smoothly, and so on.
    • Comfortable pencils are great for drawing and writing big essays because it will keep your hand from cramping.
    • Thinner lead pencils are good for filling in small blanks because they have more precision.
    • Try a variety of pencils and see which ones you like.
    • Remember that separate erasers exist, so if the pencil is just right but doesn't have an eraser or doesn't have your preferred eraser, consider carrying a separate eraser.
    • There's not really any lead in pencils. The material in pencils is graphite, a form of carbon. It's often called lead because it was previously called plumbago or black lead and not well understood until later.
    • If you take a bunch of pencils and some elastic bands you can build some pretty neat multi-tip pencils

    Warnings:

    • Use a comfortable pencil and pace yourself while writing or drawing. Otherwise, your hand could cramp.
    • Careful when buying mechanical pencils, some are really cheap and break very easily.
    • Getting good quality mechanical pencils can get expensive.

    Package Included: 

    • 25 x Pencils   

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Sanchez

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05-24-2011

 
Very comfortable to write
00:00:00 05-24-2011
Very comfortable to write with and the 360°design is so cool.
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Bailey

Bought this item on

05-12-2011

 
It looks and feels great
00:00:00 05-12-2011
This Colourful Pencil is terrific. It looks and feels great, and I really love how everything "snaps into place."
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Cooper

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04-28-2011

 
This is a unique pencil.
00:00:00 04-28-2011
This is a unique bendable pencil. This is a classic design and thought out with deep consideration. My only wish is that the lead thicknesses supported could be more than just 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm. I would love to see a 0.9 mm version someday.
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Richardson

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04-20-2011

 
enjoy it
00:00:00 04-20-2011
Buy this flexible stripe pencil ... use it ... enjoy it. After using it for a while I have moved on to the "perfect pencil"
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Howard

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04-14-2011

 
Great flexible pencil for the price
00:00:00 04-14-2011
Great flexible pencil for the price. Good size and weight. a very solid and unique pencil.
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Peterson

Bought this item on

03-24-2011

 
The pencil is as fine a device as described
00:00:00 03-24-2011
The Flexible Pencil is as fine a device as described. It feels good in the hand. It works the lead well. Is pretty in the pocket and on the desk. I am pleased with the ordering, delivery, and with the purchase itself.
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Ramirez

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03-16-2011

 
Given as a gift
00:00:00 03-16-2011
Given as a gift, and they absolutely love the fact that leads do no "slip" and there is plenty of extra leads for continued use. Top notch product, i use a click eraser as the one it comes with is a little to hard and small for my tastes.
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Alexander

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03-10-2011

 
Couldn't be happier
00:00:00 03-10-2011
Love my pen :) Just the right weight. Easy to order refills on-line. A respected maker with a life-time warranty. Couldn't be happier with the Bendable Pencil!
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