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Crayola® Color Erasable Pencils, Pack Of 12
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Crayola® Color Erasable Pencils, Pack Of 12

Item # 198714 OfficeMax # 21216453
New, brighter and more vivid colors for enhanced mixing and improved coverage
  • Pre-sharpened and erasable color pencils in a handy package.
  • Thick 3.3mm lead has smooth, rich color laydown.
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New, brighter and more vivid colors for enhanced mixing and improved coverage
  • Pre-sharpened and erasable color pencils in a handy package. 
  • Thick 3.3mm lead has smooth, rich color laydown. 
  • Certified AP nontoxic. 

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Item # 198714 
Manufacturer # 68-4412  
color Assorted
quantity 12
point size 0.3 mm
erasable yes
washable n/a
brand name Crayola
manufacturer Crayola
Ecolabel Certified AP Nontoxic

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Crayola� Color Erasable Pencils, Pack Of 12 1.5 5 2 2
Worthless I have to admit, I was pretty excited when I saw these in the store. Then I tried using them today. Completely fell short of what I was intending. They're extremely soft, so the points don't last; you have to keep sharpening them every couple of minutes to get any kind of decent point. And if you want to color in anything a solid color? Forget it. It's like you're trying to use crayons. I tried going over and over a certain area with pencil, as well as adding other colors on top. It never turns solid, you always see flecks of the material you're drawing on. Or it even starts taking itself off the paper! I wish I could go back to the store and get my money back for these and just get a regular set of colored pencils. November 12, 2014
This Product is just okay I didn't like this product because I had to sharpen these pencils too much to the point where there hasn't been that much pencil left. The pencil when sharpened made the lead covered half way with the wood. I thought it was the sharpener, but after 3 sharpeners, i figured it was the pencils. November 3, 2012
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