Pencil Bundle: Besties for Lefties

$18.25

If you’re a lefty like me, you’ll know how difficult it can be to write without smudging pencil or ink all over your hand. These pencils lean on the harder side to make it easier to write without making a mess. You can also use a wet highlighter over these pencils with little to no smearing of your text.

Please note the contents of pencil bundles may change from time to time depending on stock availability.  The images and product listing will detail the current contents of the bundle.

Photos are often taken of multiple pencils, however all pencils are sold individually unless specifically stated otherwise.

1 × Blackwing Natural - Single
The Blackwing Natural features an exposed Incense-cedar barrel with a subtle clear matte finish and the popular extra-firm graphite. Every Blackwing Natural features a gold imprint, and the iconic square Blackwing ferrule with grey eraser. Click here to learn about the Blackwing brand and the differences between each variety. Blackwing is an American brand under Palomino.  The pencils are made with Japanese graphite and Californian cedar.

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1 × Caran d'Ache Yellow HB
This is the only Caran d'Ache pencil to feature an eraser on the end.  A great HB yellow 'school' pencil from a high-end brand. Established in Geneva in 1915, Caran d’Ache is a privately owned family company, making pencils to the high Swiss standard. Considered somewhat of a luxury brand, they are known for creating the first water-soluble pencils and inventing the clutch pencil. Made in Switzerland. writing sample

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1 × Faber-Castell 9000 2B
Castell 9000 was launched on the market in 1905 by Alexander Graf von Faber-Castell. These pencils tend to mark a little light, so the 2B is perfect for writing.  It's a lightweight pencil that's a good mix of quality, availability and price. One of the most recognisable stationery brands on the planet, Faber-Castell’s history dates back to 1761.  Known in it's early days as the A.W. Faber Company, Faber-Castell manufacture around 2 billion pencils per year in their factories across the world. Made with German lead. writing sample

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1 × Mitsubishi 9000 HB
A great pencil for 'general writing'.  This pencil does not have any eraser which makes it very light weight, and comes in a beautiful green lacquer. Quite underrated, this is a great everyday pencil.  Historically Japanese pencils included their intended purpose on their label to standardise various qualities of pencil, and many of these labels remain. Unrelated to the car company, Mitsubishi Pencil Company was founded in Japan in 1887 and is considered one of the leading manufacturers of pencils still operating in Japan. Today they are also well known for their Uni-ball brand of products. Made in Japan. writing sample

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1 × Mitsubishi Mark Sheet HB
Test Scoring or Mark Sheet pencils feature soft black reflective graphite that was originally designed for 'Scantron' testing. Test scoring pencils are very popular with crossword puzzle enthusiasts because of the dark line they make.  The Mitsubishi Marksheet is no exception, providing a dark line with relatively good point retention. Unrelated to the car company, Mitsubishi Pencil Company was founded in Japan in 1887 and is considered one of the leading manufacturers of pencils still operating in Japan. Today they are also well known for their Uni-ball brand of products. Made in Japan. writing sample

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1 × Tombow Mono 100 F
The high-end 'MONO100' was released to commemorate the 55th anniversary of Tombow in 1967. Named 'MONO100' as the fineness of the core particles was increased to 10 billion particles per cubic millimetre. It is the highest-quality of all Tombow pencils and comes in a range of 17 degrees of hardness from 6B to 9H. The high-density structure of the graphite lead allows smooth drawing and dark lines on the paper.  The gold engraved letters and ring cap stand out against the smooth and glossy jet black body. These are truly beautiful pencils to look at and to use. Tombow Pencil Co. was founded in 1913 in Japan. Tombow means ‘dragonfly’ in Japanese, as featured on their logo. Tombow no longer manufacture most lines of their pencil products in Japan, however maintain a very high level of quality. Made in Vietnam. writing sample

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