The carpenter pencil form has been used by builders and makers for centuries. No rolling, and a tapered tip made for both fine lines and broad strokes. It’s as thin as a real pencil, with internally balanced components that just feel right in your hand.
”Pencil. Think With Your Hands” — FiftyThree
FiftyThree claims Pencil's battery to last up to one month without need to recharge. It comes in two different materials, Walnut and Graphite, with a price of $59,95 and $49,95, respectively.
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