|Global Product Type||Pencils-Woodcase|
|Lead Degree (Hardness)||HB|
|Artist Quality/School Grade||School Grade|
|Suggested Use||General Use|
|Lead Hardness (Number)||#2|
|Compliance Standards||PMA Certified Nontoxic|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
Dimensions / Specifications
|Unit of Measure||DZ|
|Item Weight||0.165 lbs|
|Ships via UPS?||y|
|Box Pack Quantity||6 DZ|
|Carton Pack Quantity||72 DZ|
|This item is sold by the DZ|
|Catalog Page No.'s||
EVERYTHING FOR THE WORKPLACE 2012: Page 1216
EVERYTHING FOR THE WORKPLACE 2013: Page 1210
EVERYTHING FOR THE WORKPLACE 2014: Page 1221
EVERYTHING FOR THE WORKPLACE 2015: Page 1235
EVERYTHING FOR THE WORKPLACE 2018: Page 1116
EVERYTHING FOR THE WORKPLACE NON-VIRTUAL 2015: Page 1235
EVERYTHING FOR THE WORKPLACE NON-VIRTUAL 2016: Page 1238
EVERYTHING FOR THE WORKPLACE NON-VIRTUAL 2017: Page 1136
|Manufacturer Stock No.||13953|
|Country of Origin||CN|
|Tariff (Inbound) Code|
|OTS Product ID||4821765|
Thank you for your question about Ticonderoga Pencils.
Pencils are graded on hardness and darkness on a number scale. The higher the number, the harder the lead, and the lighter the mark. The lower the number, the softer the lead and the darker the mark.
So, a No. 1 pencil is great if you want a nice black color. Meanwhile, since No. 4 pencil leads are harder, they don't dull as quickly and require less sharpening. They are great for those who write with a heavy hand. No. 2 pencils are the most popular, offering a nice balance of color and durability.
Hope this answers your question!