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Paper Mate Mirado Classic Medium Soft Lead Pencils, 12 #2 Pencils


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  • 100% Premium Cedar Pencils
  • Sharpens to a fine, exact point
  • Soft, non smudge premium eraser
  • 12 #2 Medium Soft Lead Pencils
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Feature an ultra-smooth core encased in California cedar for easy sharpening, strength and stability.

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Brand NamePaper Mate
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions0.7 x 1.9 x 7.5 inches
Item model number2097
ColorYellow
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part Number2097
  
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ASINB002766932
Best Sellers Rank #19,838 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableApril 19, 2006
  
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. E. Hebert on February 6, 2014
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Writing a review here for two kinds of pencils I bought in the same order: PAPER MATE MIRADO BLACK WARROR & PAPER MATE MIRADO CLASSIC - both are listed as Medium Soft Lead #2 pencils.

They are both perfect and I'm never going back to any other kind of pencil (except the SharpWriter (also made by Paper Mate)! I have tried lots and lots of pencils and none are as smooth, dark lead, and sharpen to such a point.

If you don't love pencils or care which kind you use, then you can stop reading now. If you're finicky, picky, and have to have exactly the right writing instrument, read on. If you've tried lots of kinds before without finding the right one, read on. This is where I'm coming from.

I use pencils for almost all kinds of writing I do: journalling, short-story writing, and in my planner. I write probably ten 8x10 pages a day on average. I want a pencil that's going to be responsive. There are lots of reasons for this. I love being able to vary the pressure I use on the pencil and be able to see it change the imprint left on the paper. I tend to press hard when I write, and I want a dark, black line that's sharp and thin. As the point wears down, I also like the line I write to get thicker. Sometimes I will draw with the thicker lines, and that's a good reason to use these pencils, too. They are great for drawing the outline and also for shading.

I've tried all different kinds of pencils, but won't use any pencil with a name brand I don't recognize or that I can pick up for free with an advertisement on it or that I find lying around or that I can get at W*Mart or the Dollar Store. No thank you. The cheap price is not worth it to me because I hate writing with them. Believe me, I've tried.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Teresa on December 5, 2013
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I was required to buy the Mirado pencil for my daughter's school supply list. I didn't understand why until I wrote with one of them. The lead is very sturdy and they write extremely well. I would definitely recommend the Mirado pencil to anyone looking for a solid lead pencil.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By El Secretario de la Luna on October 13, 2013
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Good quality pencil, and with good eraser. Nevertheless, if you use the eraser with frequency, expect buying an additional one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adam Shepley on January 12, 2015
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These Mirado Classic pencils are decent pencils. They are a rich yellow color, with a nice metallic gold stamping saying "PAPERMATE Mirado Classic HB 2" along the side. I like the font that "Mirado Classic" is in; sort of small caps with a big swash on the leading "M". The ferule is a weirdly dull gold, as though some cheap coating on aluminum instead of gold anodizing or actual brass. There is a nice ruby red stripe, and the eraser itself is pink but a bit on the reddish side.

They write ok, the claim that they are smooth is perhaps overstated, the writing is fairly average to me. The pencil lines are darker than Ticonderoga and the point wears down a good bit faster than Ticonderogas as well. The wood is nice, and the leads sharpen well for me in a standard wall mounted crank pencil sharpener. After using many of these pencils down to little nubs, I can say with reliability that I have never had one of those scratchy bits come up in the lead, which is maybe why they refer to them as "smooth".

For the price, these are awesome. I prefer the darkness of the writing from these to that of Ticonderoga pencils, which overall are of almost exactly the same quality as these. I would say that these are like Pepsi to Ticonderoga's Coke, if that analogy makes sense. Cost and quality wise, I'd recommend these pencils. Fairly standard grade, better than the cheapest ones, but not as nice as General's Semi-Hex or Musgrave 100 Test Scoring pencils.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By s0me1 on September 23, 2014
These pencils are excellent! I absolutely love how they write! Very easy to use, I don't think I'm gonna buy any other kind!

The only thing that bugged me was the eraser shredded very easily, and as I tend to erase a lot, it won't last me very long =\ but when I did erase, it didn't leave any trace of what I had written, which was amazing, since in the past my pencils almost /always/ smudged, or left dark lines even after rubbing vigorously with the eraser!!
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