Triograph Three-Sided Pencil

by Koh-I-Noor

These extra thick, three sided pencils are ergonomically designed for ease and comfort of use. Their triangular shape fits the hand well, and the fat, 10.5 mm artist-grade lead provides an extremely smooth graphite laydown.

Triograph Pencils are sturdily constructed with stained cedar wood casings. They are easily sharpened with any large hole pencil sharpener.

These finest Hardtmuth Graphite pencils are available in three grades of hardness: 2B, 4B and 6B.

Sold individually. Order 6 for a full box

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Troy from Cajun Louisiana says:

These pencils are GREAT for sketching. The fit in the hand is far superior over round pencils and they don't go rolling off when you set them down. Unlike other thick pencils I've used, the graphite in...[more]

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Rated by: Troy in Cajun Louisiana
These pencils are GREAT for sketching. The fit in the hand is far superior over round pencils and they don't go rolling off when you set them down. Unlike other thick pencils I've used, the graphite in these is very smooth - none of these nasty chunks that scratch up the paper or glue seams that fail, busting the lead apart and wasting half your pencil. By far,this is my sketching pencil of choice. Oh, and to sharpen, the wife gave me a makeup sharpener - its plenty wide enough, cheap and easy to get.
Rated by: Joshua D. in Reno, NV
Most of my use for the pencils are for drawing patterns on wood and logging my projects. They are comfortable to use, they fit perfectly in my hand or making quike cut lines and a breez to draw with, it cuts the time in half. The only problem I have is sharpening them to were they keep their proper shape. Is there a special sharpener for this? If not can you recommened a way to maintain their shape?

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