Faber-Castell Perfect Pencil – 2
Next in our “Perfect Pencil” series, we are going to look at the Design Perfect Pencil, which features an aluminum pencil extender.
It is typically sold in a paper and plastic box with the extender and three of the refill pencils.
The product is interesting in itself, and also an intermediate step between the plastic and precious metal versions of the product.
The pencils supplied are round, supplied in black or brown, and more recently silver.
The extender presents itself as a single rounded aluminum piece. It grips the pencil with a smooth tapered fit – no machinery to fiddle with. (Not that fiddling with machinery is a bad thing.) It is adorned with two black rubbery rings and a clip.
A silver coloured cap pulls out with an attached sharpener. The sharpener is the same model used in the Castell Perfect Pencil. However, the sharpener works magnificently! It is a wonder of concision, economically stuffing a first rate pencil sharpener into the extender.
It works well, and the extender matches the silver pencil very well.
I like it, and it is easy to use, though the supplied pencils don’t seem quite up to snuff. (Great design, but not half as smooth as the 9000 in B.)
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