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Prang Thick Core Colored Pencils, 3.3 Millimeter Cores, 7 Inch Length, Assorted Colors, 12 Count (22120)
16.73 SAR

Prang Thick Core Colored Pencils, 3.3 Millimeter Cores, 7 Inch Length, Assorted Colors, 12 Count (22120)

by  Prang, Stationery -  557 ratings

16.73 SAR 

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Main Features:
  • Smooth core delivers vivid, blendable colors and soft laydown
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    Vivid, blendable colors with thick colored cores provide long-lasting drawing fun. Conveniently presharpened so that your pencils are ready-to-use right out of the box. Manufactured with real wood casing for easy resharpening. Pencil Type: Drawing Lead Colors: Assorted Barrel Colors: Assorted Barrel Material: Wood.


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  • A traditional school colored pencil at a very good price
    By Allen Smalling on 15 October 2017

    If you're looking for top-notch colored pencils at a "middle-school" price, you can do a lot worse than these Prangs in the box of 50, which costs only a couple of dollars more than the box of 24. About the only criticism I can think of is that the range of color in this book shows a tendency toward earth-tones. But then, the candy or neon colors are the province of the primary grades!

    137 people found this review helpful

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  • Comparison of Four Brands
    By Amazon Customer on 23 June 2017

    I need a set of 12 colored pencils for marking text. I specifically need pencils that mark easily with not having to press down hard and I also need good contrast between the colors. It was challenging to see a noticeable difference between the light & dark blues and between the light and dark greens. It was almost impossible to get a set of 12 that one of the colors wasn’t white, which is useless for my purposes. That being said, I purchased one set each of Sargent, Prismacolor, Prang and Cra-z-art and compared them. Here are my results.

    Prisma was probably the best quality and had excellent contrast between the two blues and between the two greens. They marked easily with very little pressure and the range of colors was great. However, for my purposes, I really needed a pink. Prisma had peach or flesh-tone instead that is not pink enough for my needs. I didn’t choose Prisma for that one reason alone. If my purpose was different, it may have been my first choice.

    The one I chose was Cra-z-art. There was very good contrast between the two blues and between the two greens, plus it had a very pretty shade of pink. It was the only set that didn’t contain white. Instead, there are two reds with good contrast between them as well. They also marked easily with very little pressure.

    Prang was very similar to the Cra-z-art and was my second choice. The reason it was not number one was because the pink was not as bold as the Cra-z-art and it contained white.

    Sargent had the best pink. However, it was the hardest of the four and needed more pressure to mark. Also, there was not much contrast between the two blues and between the two greens.

    30 people found this review helpful

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  • Bang for buck.
    By Flowergirl09 on 04 December 2018

    I received my 50 Prang Thick core (3.3mm) colored pencils in a cardboard box. Surprisingly they survived shipping (zero padding was provided ). None of the pencils were boken and all tips were sharp. However, this box will not survive frequent use, so I immediately transferred them to an old makeup tray.

    Color names are printed in gold in three languages on each pencil. However, color names and tip colors are misleading, so swatch them to see what you are working with.

    Gradients of each color can be achieved with different pressure and/or hatching techniques.

    (Scholastic quality so I will compare with Crayola) Color lays down much more evenly than Crayola. Much less pressure is needed to lay down intense color. Points stay sharp through coloring unlike Crayola which requires sharpening every third second. Much less wax bloom than Crayola. I bought this set of 50 for under $8 so even the price was better than Crayola.

    I will update with the results of blending and layering. Happy coloring!!!

    Update: I attempted to layer basic primary colors to make new secondary colors. Then I used layers to add depth to a sphere. Compared to Crayola these Prang pencils transition more smoothly and mix more evenly.

    14 people found this review helpful

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  • Not as nice as the Prang set of 24 at the Drug Store
    By MGS on 21 October 2018

    I was very surprised when this set of 50 Prangs came and I tried them - actually when I saw them!! The wood in this set is white and the pencils have harder leads with colors that are of different tones (though names are the same!) than the set of 24 I bought at Rite Aid. I loved the ones from Rite Aid so I bought this set of 50 here on AMAZON, the drug store not carrying the 50 set. Well, I am keeping them all because the colors aren't really the same! BUT, the wood in the set from the store is a reddish color and the pencils themselves have a softer more pigment rich core! WOW....I wish the 50 had been the same sort as my set of 24! I still like Prangs though - a great price for many colors that augment my various other brands including Prismas, Thorntons and Tombow, as well as the Sargent Supremes which are very very nice! ALL the above brands have interesting colors and are fun to use, as are my 100 Crayolas!! HAHAHAHAa......yes, pencils become part of the fun of the coloring book thing.

    8 people found this review helpful

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  • Pencils Aren't Labeled
    By Harold E. Rall on 24 April 2019

    I really enjoy Prang pencils as a low budge set for reasons explained below; however I was initially disappointed the pencils in this pack do not have the color names imprinted. Previously, I had 12 and 36 packs and the pencils in each were. Rather than return them I concluded this will make me work a little harder, creating swatches and devising a system to identify the pencils. But one thing I like about the Prang is that they force me to layer and blend colors to bring out the pencils richness which improves my skill, so an exercise in swatching and labeling will make using this set an even more intimate, albeit a slow start up, experience. Due to the missing color names I would be hesitant to gift this set.

    9 people found this review helpful

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