Staedtler Noris Pencils Reviews
Product Type: Staedtler in Homeware
Description:Brand: Staedtler / Misc House Type: Pencil / A rollerball that writes just like a fountain pen that does not smudge and does not scratch.
Newest Review: ... the more mature. Noris is part of the blacklead range of pencils produced by Staedtler, although the material inside the ... more
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Customer Staedtler Noris Pencils Reviews (12)
by - written on 08/02/13 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I've never been impressed by brand names and usually go for whatever will save me money. With that in mind, we have gone through a number of bargain pencil packs before I decided to splash out and buy Staedtler. I was getting fed up with pencil after pencil breaking. Every time my son started to do any school work the pencil lead would snap. I have burned out two good battery powered sharpeners trying to sharpen cheap pencils, and with the trouble I have with my hands, I can not use the manual sharpeners. Even when we did get a pencil sharpened, they took a lot of pressure to write properly and my son found this quite difficult. My husband thought we should keep ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
In my school days, back when dinosaurs roamed the earth and groups of high-powered scientific people with mutton-chop whiskers would meet in wood-panelled halls to discuss the latest nuances of the phlogiston theory, the thing to have in your pencil-case if you wanted to impress your classmates in some inutterably dull lesson was your very own Staedtler Noris pencil. It just looked so grown-up and professional, with its black and yellow stripes, its thoughtful rounded-off hexagon shape, and the little red bit at the top. If you had one (or better, several) of these then you were part of the stationery elite. (Not the stationary elite, however: that would have been me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 207 readings)
DRAWING on my writing skills to create a SHARP and straight to the POINT review about my favourite PENCILS. Pencils - just like humans, they come in all shapes and sizes, and are made by a range of manufacturers. Ask someone to name a brand of pencil, and most people will say they can't think of any - but a few nerdy individuals will say 'Staedtler', which just happens to be the World's leading supplier of writing implements - so there. From here on in, i'm going to write the word PENCILS in capital letters, so if you're skim reading you'll be able to easily pick out the vital information about these PENCILS. Staedtler are a German ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Pencils are used everyday in and out of the office. The ones I always look for are Staedler Noris Pencils as they are of superior quality and write very well. As well as for writing and note making, they can be used for drawing and art as they come in a variety of different shades and textures - all you artists will know more about this! The classic pencils have been produced for an awful long time and their classic yellow and black stripy design remains to this date. The pencils aren't as cheap as others - you can buy them individually for around 80p each but you can also buy them in packs for a discounted price. You can also buy them in packs with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
My daughter has just gone back to school after the Easter holidays, which meant we had to take a trip to stock up her pencil case. Being only six, the school have not yet graduated her to writing with a pen, so pencils it is for now - and the ones I always buy are Staedtler Noris Pencils, instantly recognisable due to their vibrant yellow and black stripy colours, with a bright red end. Like many other pencil brands, they come with varying thickness of writing end, as well as different levels of hardness. They're pretty easily available in most stationary shops, but they are not the cheapest of pencils . They cost upwards of 70p each, whereas you could get a ... Read the complete review
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