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Ticonderoga The World's Best Pencil Wooden Pencils, No. 2 Soft Lead, 96/Pack (13872)

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Item #: 901-13872UNI
  Model #: DIX13872
Brand: Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga The Worlds Best Pencil Wooden Pencils, No. 2 Soft Lead, 96/Pack (13872)
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Enhance your writing comfort with this pack of 96 Dixon Ticonderoga wood-case soft yellow-barrel #2 pencils. Write with smooth, consistent marks using these yellow-barrel pencils. The pencils are crafted from premium wood for durability, and the solid graphite core delivers easy-to-read print and a break-resistant point. These Dixon Ticonderoga wood-case pencils have a latex-free eraser that makes it easy to correct mistakes and eliminate stray marks.
  • High-quality wooden pencils
  • This pencil has No. 2 lead that resists breakage for smooth writing
  • This smooth-writing quality pencil features the classic yellow hexagonal shape
  • Features a soft lead for smooth, polished writing
  • Pencils come in pack of 96 and can replace pens during many common work-related tasks or projects
  • Top-quality, latex-free eraser provides easy, clean corrections
  • Safety Data Sheet
Specifications
Pencil Pack Size : 6 Dozen or more Series or Collection : The World's Best Pencil Pencil Type : Wooden Lead Color : Black
Pre-sharpened : Unsharpened Pencil Lead Hardness : Soft Pencil Lead Size : 2.2mm Retractable : No
Lead Type : Graphite Barrel Material : Cedar Wood Pencil Lead Number : No. 2 Refillable : Nonrefillable
Features : Non-toxic, latex-free eraser Brand : Ticonderoga Quick Ship : Yes Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Pack

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