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Amazon [amazon.com] has 24-Count BIC Xtra-Sparkle Mechanical Pencil (Medium Point) for $2.65.
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Reg. price $12.8, now $2.65 with 79% saving. Finish soon.

8070 ratings, 4.8 out of 5 stars @ Amazon !!!!!

Size: 24 Pack
  • Convenient push-button action for easy lead advancement
  • Strong, No. 2 lead is perfect for standardized tests
  • Sparkly exterior helps encourage fun writing experience
  • Refillable design offers long-lasting use

https://www.amazon.com/BIC-Xtra-S...B0007L1VLO
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Good deal, in for 2! Thanks!
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Did the S&S for $2.52.
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Thanks! Just in time for scho.....nevermind daughter probably gonna stay home. Hahah
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Great deal, thanks OP!
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In for 2, thanks!!
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Thanks! Just in time for scho.....nevermind daughter probably gonna stay home. Hahah
She will still have schoolwork to complete and need pencils, no matter how her school chooses to start.
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I prefer wooden pencils but these are actually pretty good. Definitly in for a bunch.
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Is this good for drawing or school work?
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I already have a ton of these, so I'll hold off for now but these are very good pencils. Great deal! I used them throughout high school and college almost exclusively. Long lasting and reliable. The clips tend to break easily, however. They can be refilled if you remove the eraser and insert more 0.7mm lead or you can feed it through the tip if you hold down the clicking mechanism at the same time.
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yassssss!!! 😱
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As per the fineprint, "The price of your subscription may change based on the price of the item(s) in your order at the time the order is processed."

does this mean, I could be charged full amount on the day it ships the first shipment?
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Is this good for drawing or school work?
Depends. For drawing I would think you would want a thinner lead like 0.5mm but my 'drawing' experience is drafting so I'm not sure if it translates to art in the same way. As for school work sure, they're as good as any other mechanical pencil. 0.7mm is the standard lead thickness. I personally prefer 0.9mm for writing as it breaks less but this is the typical size.
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