Tombow 8900 Single Pencil

By Tombow
£1.25
  • The Tombow 8900 pencil is Tombow's oldest pencil which was first manufactured in 1913 and is still in production
  • Classed as the General Writing Pencil, suitable for every-day use
  • Ergonomic and light in the hand all thanks to its lack of an eraser or ferrule - it feels very lightweight and smooth when in use
  • Coated in a beuatiful Green lacquer
  • Gold imprint on the body as well as clean white imrpint stating 'for general writing'
  • Pencil marks erase very clean and perfectly with the use of a good quality eraser, such as the Milan Italian erasers or Faber Castel eraser
  • Cean, simple pencil which can be sharpened on both ends
  • Measures 17.5cm length
  • Pencil sold in singles - pack for illustrative purposes


The Tombow 8900 pencil is Tombow's oldest pencil which was first manufactured in 1913 and is still in production. It is classed as the General Writing Pencil, suitable for every-day use in writing and sketching. The pencil is ergonomic and light in the hand all thanks to its lack of an eraser or ferrule - it feels very lightweight and smooth when in use. Coated in a beuatiful Green lacquer, the 8900 has gold imprint on the body as well as clean white imrpint stating 'for general writing'. The pencil marks erase very clean and perfectly with the use of a good quality eraser, such as the Milan Italian erasers or Faber Castel erasers. A clean, simple pencil which sharpens to a perfectly sharp tip and produces crisp lines.

Pencil sold in singles - pack for illustrative purposes

  • The Tombow 8900 pencil is Tombow's oldest pencil which was first manufactured in 1913 and is still in production
  • Classed as the General Writing Pencil, suitable for every-day use
  • Ergonomic and light in the hand all thanks to its lack of an eraser or ferrule - it feels very lightweight and smooth when in use
  • Coated in a beuatiful Green lacquer
  • Gold imprint on the body as well as clean white imrpint stating 'for general writing'
  • Pencil marks erase very clean and perfectly with the use of a good quality eraser, such as the Milan Italian erasers or Faber Castel eraser
  • Cean, simple pencil which can be sharpened on both ends
  • Measures 17.5cm length
  • Pencil sold in singles - pack for illustrative purposes


The Tombow 8900 pencil is Tombow's oldest pencil which was first manufactured in 1913 and is still in production. It is classed as the General Writing Pencil, suitable for every-day use in writing and sketching. The pencil is ergonomic and light in the hand all thanks to its lack of an eraser or ferrule - it feels very lightweight and smooth when in use. Coated in a beuatiful Green lacquer, the 8900 has gold imprint on the body as well as clean white imrpint stating 'for general writing'. The pencil marks erase very clean and perfectly with the use of a good quality eraser, such as the Milan Italian erasers or Faber Castel erasers. A clean, simple pencil which sharpens to a perfectly sharp tip and produces crisp lines.

Pencil sold in singles - pack for illustrative purposes

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