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Prismacolor 24261 Premier Graphite Drawing Pencils with Erasers & Sharpeners, 18-Piece Set
76.31 SAR
  

Prismacolor 24261 Premier Graphite Drawing Pencils with Erasers & Sharpeners, 18-Piece Set

by  Prismacolor, Stationery -

76.31 SAR 

+ 29.94 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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Main Features:
  • Professionally graded artist pencils in a range of values allow you to draw it all from highlights to mid-tones and shadows
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Prismacolor
    UPC-A
    635665102259
    Item EAN
    2724597737818
    ASIN
    B00251EHJW
    Color
    Color
    BLACK
    Weight & Dimensions
    DG
    DG
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    Description:

    Prismacolor Premier Graphite Set offers the tools you need for precision in one stroke and blendable coverage. Set includes seven Turquoise Drawing Pencils (8B, 6B, 2B, B, 2H, 4H, 6H), four Woodless Graphite Pencils (2B, 4B, 6B, 8B), three water-soluble Graphite Pencils (HB, 4B, 8B), a Magic Rub

    Prismacolor Premier Graphite Set offers the tools you need for precision in one stroke and blendable coverage. Set includes seven Turquoise Drawing Pencils (8B, 6B, 2B, B, 2H, 4H, 6H), four Woodless Graphite Pencils (2B, 4B, 6B, 8B), three water-soluble Graphite Pencils (HB, 4B, 8B), a Magic Rub eraser, large kneaded rubber eraser, steel pencil sharpener and one sanding board. The latex-free, Magic Rub Eraser absorbs graphite and erases India Ink. The kneaded eraser can be molded and shaped anyway you want to erase tiny specks or large areas. Simply knead the eraser to clean it.

 

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  • Nice and Effective Manual Pencil Sharpener
    By Laura on 21 November 2014

    I believe this is a good pencil sharpener for the price, and it sharpens my Prismacolors very well. As a general rule, I prefer manual pencil sharpeners that have a small compartment to hold the shavings. The blades were sharp, and I could tell by the long and even shavings I got when I sharpened my colored pencils. I just recently purchased this sharpener, so I cannot testify to how long the blades will maintain their sharpness. It is a small compartment to hold the pencil shavings so don't expect to sharpen more than 6 or 7 pencils before having to empty it. Also, it is plastic but I have not had any issues with breakage up to this point.

    I notice a couple of reviewers mentioning breakage of the leads in their pencils. To my knowledge, and experience, Prismacolors (only colored pencils I have used) are wax based and extremely fragile. You can drop one and literally break the lead inside. When I have a lead break, I place the pencil in the sun for a few minutes (it's wax and will melt) so the lead can adhere back together again. If you keep having lead breaks the pencil just may be defective, but again they are fragile. I also sharpen my pencils by twisting the sharpener, and not the pencil.

    Not that anyone needed my thoughts or advice on color-pencil lead breakage; but, I just thought I would throw that out there for anyone who wanted to know.

    1238 people found this review helpful

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  • DOES NOT fall apart when I use it, DOES NOT break all my pencils - it's a great product. Ignore the whiners/cry-babies.
    By Xylob on 24 June 2015

    After reading the reviews here I almost didn't purchase this sharpener.
    I went on to look at other sharpeners instead but found more of the same in regard to negative reviews.
    So I came back to this one, and it arrived this morning.
    It's great!
    Let's address those 1 star reviews:
    In regard to build/construction quality - I'm sorry, but it's not the manufacturer's fault that you're a ham-fisted oaf. I'm a big guy with very large hands and sometimes have troubles with small &/or delicate objects. No problems with this though. Opened easily, closes well and stays shut. Easy to empty too. I've sharpened about 15 pencils with it today - & NO BROKEN CORES!
    Which brings us to the "it breaks the leads" complainers. Yes, if you jam a pencil into the hole and start cranking away at it you're definitely going to get broken pigment cores with torn up wood. Learn how to sharpen a pencil (see previous ham-fisted oaf comment). Remove the pencil from your dominant hand, place it in your non-dominant hand and grip it firmly with the pointy end toward your dominant hand. Use your dominant hand to hold the sharpener with its open end (the end with the holes in it!) and gently )yet firmly) place the pencil in the sharpener. While holding the pencil steady gently rotate the sharpener instead of twisting the pencil. Don't forget to apply a bit of pressure on the sharpener (toward the pencil!). Watch as pretty long curls of wood appear in the chamber. Remove pencil to find it is now even more pointy than before!
    ........
    Man, what a condescending jerk, eh?
    Seriously, it seems it's much easier to just point fingers and lay blame than it is to have a little patience &/or accept accountability for your own failings.
    Would I recommend this item? Absolutely.
    (I'd also recommend buying some better quality pencils too).
    Would I buy it again? The only reason I can think of that I would need to is that it will probably be more of a pain in the neck (and possibly ridiculously expensive) to track down replacement blades when these eventually get dull than it would be to simply buy a new sharpener - so yes, I would.

    Only real complaint? Pencils come out almost too sharp - but really that's on me. 100% user error.

    405 people found this review helpful

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  • A great all around pencil
    By Mr. Peanut on 30 January 2016

    First of all these pencils are not black at all and all closer to a 3B or 4B pencil. With that being said though I was looking for a pencil that had the darkness while having that pencil look and not the look a colored pencil gives and these fit that perfectly. They can achieve the lightest tones all the way up to about a 4B pencil. So this is a good all around pencil to have since it can make almost any tone except the darker ones. It has soft lead and can blend, write, and of course smudge quite easily. It sharpens to a nice and sharp point very easily without the lead breaking or anything. The pencils do not come sharpened either. They are comfortable to draw with for long amounts of time and overall are just great.

    * In the photo these ebony pencils are on the top, in the middle is a black colored pencil, and the bottom is your everyday HB pencil.

    116 people found this review helpful

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  • Works great when you follow the tips found elsewhere
    By Manic Maenad on 27 March 2015

    The only reason I didn't give this product five stars is because I found the tips to use it properly in my Prismacolor pencils. But if you use the tips provided in the colored pencils, you will get perfect sharpening every time. Using this sharpener otherwise will result in split and cracking pencils and leads.

    From the Tips and Techniques sheet in the Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils: "Hold the pencil steady in your left hand and use your right hand to turn the sharpener clockwise around the pencil. Minimizing torque will help achieve a sharp point with minimal breakage."

    I tried sharpening the "traditional" way by holding the pencil in my right hand and turning the pencil. I do not recommend doing this with this sharpener. The tip above worked like a charm though, and I wish it was on the packaging instead of the useless information.

    116 people found this review helpful

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  • Would not recommend
    By Babi on 07 December 2016

    I've been coloring for stress relief since long before adult coloring came into vogue so I have been slowly adding to my colored pencil collection over the years and just recently invested in the Prismacolor Scholar colored pencils - not the best or the priciest, but more than I'd invested before. Now, I don't know if I was doing something wrong (I mean, how many techniques are there?) but the sharpener kept eating my carefully used colored pencils - So every time the lead would break I would wince in sorrow! lol ...Since then I've found an electric sharpener (Etekcity Electric Pencil Sharpener, Automatic Feed and Dispense) here in Amazon that has worked amazingly well with all of my colored pencils - I very rarely have a lead break and the sharpener produces sharp pencils in a couple of seconds! I would never use anything else!

    42 people found this review helpful

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