Palomino Blackwing Pencils - 12 Count
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Palomino Blackwing Pencils - 12 Count
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If that question seems somehow ludicrous to you, then don't buy these pencils. Get a nice gross of Dixon Ticonderogas and never worry about having to decide on what pencil to use again in your life. You'll thank me for that advice later. Ticonderogas are great pencils.
On the other hand, if you thought: "Yeah!" Then you should probably just go ahead and buy these Blackwings. You're probably the kind of person who takes tremendous care in your writing instruments for the return of that awesome "feel" of ultra-smooth graphite going on paper. The graphite on these things is so smooth you can hardly believe it. I'm not sure how they do it, but they are significantly darker than a typical HB pencil but maintain tip sharpness as long as a Ticonderoga. It's crazy.
The finish on the pencil is a fantastic matte black. The finish feels good in your hand.
The eraser (replaceable) is much nicer than most. It's very similar to a sanford white eraser. The only way it could be better is if it was more like a black pearl eraser, which IMHO is the best hard eraser available.
Yes, these pencils are expensive. But if you've made it this far in the review, you will find it worth the money. These pencils will last you a long time and you'll enjoy using them throughout that time.
I absolutely LOVE these pencils and the fact that the lead is so soft. I could never find a pencil perfect for my sketching needs until I came across this one. I continually pull these babies out for my drawing class when we do gesture drawings because they leave such a wonderful look after I'm done. Not to mention that they glide so easily over the paper without any gross parts in the lead to stop it.
I will say these are not perfect, however. The eraser is incredibly useless with this darker lead because it will never fully erase it. Not only that, but it's so dang small! I like that you can refill them, but by the time you actually might need to refill it, the pencil is half gone anyway if you use it consistently. The fact that it's a softer lead kills these pencils off quickly, so if you're finicky about your pencils going away too fast because perhaps they're expensive for you, then you should probably go for the 602s or Pearls instead.
Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love these pencils with a passion and they bring my work out so much better than any ordinary mechanical pencil, but yeah—they don't last long unfortunately...
I remember these pencils from when I was young, so when I found out they were available again, I splurged. I write almost exclusively with pencil, and I've tried every kind I can find. The Palomino Blackwing is a good pencil with smooth lead and a nice dark line.
The replaceable eraser is what I remember most about these from when I was young. It's still a great idea. Here's why: I normally use a Dixon Ticonderoga #2 for my daily writing needs, and I can tell you I have at least 100 pencils in a desk drawer that are still long enough to write with but the eraser has been used up. I can't bear to throw them out, so I bought a click-eraser (Pentel Clic Eraser Grip Retractable Eraser, Assorted Colors, 1 Pack of 3 (ZE21BP3-K6)) The Blackwing avoids that problem by having a replaceable eraser.
The other important feature of this pencil is it's smooth dark graphite, and this is where my problem with this pencil lies. It is no smoother than a Prismacolor Ebony Prismacolor Premier Ebony Graphite Sketching Pencil, Jet Black, Extra Smooth, Dozen - 14420, it is not as dark as the Ebony, and it costs more than 3 times as much.
Palomino is doing the same thing that Moleskine has done over the past decade. Market the mysterious and magical history of this famous pencil, and then throw in some marketing hype about the famous people who have used this pencil, and charge a premium to get people to think it's the best pencil ever. It's not.
Hopefully, I just saved you a little bit of money. Buy yourself a box of Ebonys and a click-eraser, and you're ready to write.
My one complaint about this recent order is that the pencils came with black erasers instead of the usual (and pictured) white erasers. I MUCH prefer the white eraser because it is better about leaving the paper clean when you use it. So, BOOO on the eraser mix up. (But I love my pencils, so you aren't getting them back.)