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20x Colouring Pencils Premium Blending Colours - £2.69 @ londonmagicstore / eBay
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20x Colouring Pencils Premium Blending Colours - £2.69 @ londonmagicstore / eBay

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Posted 6th Jun

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These packs of Premium Colouring Pencils contain 20 individual pencils finished in vibrant colours.


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As a general rule, anything that has “premium” in its title, generally isn’t...
Good for me as I'm not allowed felt tips
reesfinlay07/06/2020 13:22

Would be curious to hear feedback from someone who's bought them!


Huh, randomly we have this exact set (proof below!)
41035376-btYJv.jpgNo idea where we got them, I think maybe our kids got them as a gift.

Anyway.... yeah, they're pretty decent colouring pencils. The kids use them often, especially since the whole home school thing. The colours are good, and, most importantly as far as I'm concerned, they don't suffer from the constant broken leads that drive me nuts with some cheap pencils. They're nothing spectacular obviously, but certainly a good buy at the OP price.
Would be curious to hear feedback from someone who's bought them!
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As a general rule, anything that has “premium” in its title, generally isn’t...
Would be curious to hear feedback from someone who's bought them!
These are £1 for 12 at one below. Exactly same ones.
reesfinlay07/06/2020 13:22

Would be curious to hear feedback from someone who's bought them!


Saw these today at one below but didnt buy as I have bought colouring pencils from pound shops before but I find their quality is terrible.
Good for me as I'm not allowed felt tips
Can't see why a magic shop would be selling pencil crayons. Can't see them being premium at this price. It's a no from me.
I haven’t used these, but many cheap coloured pencils are worse than useless however nice they look, once dropped the lead snaps all the way along so no amount of sharpening will work but it takes frustrating trial and error before you realise. You don’t need to spend a lot more on a decent branded set. eg amazon.co.uk/dp/…92J
There's cheaper option 2.20
Usually the issue with "cheap" pencils is the lack of colour and waxy consistency no matter how hard you press.
If you want pencils that are affordable and worth it.These are way more worth it for the price.... I have them and they are amazing
https://www.theworks.co.uk/p/coloured-pencils/premium-artists-colouring-pencils—30-pack/5052089205505?CAWELAID=720011340002611919&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4OXVrqv16QIVCLDtCh0pGwqEEAQYAyABEgKYHvD_BwE
reesfinlay07/06/2020 13:22

Would be curious to hear feedback from someone who's bought them!


Huh, randomly we have this exact set (proof below!)
41035376-btYJv.jpgNo idea where we got them, I think maybe our kids got them as a gift.

Anyway.... yeah, they're pretty decent colouring pencils. The kids use them often, especially since the whole home school thing. The colours are good, and, most importantly as far as I'm concerned, they don't suffer from the constant broken leads that drive me nuts with some cheap pencils. They're nothing spectacular obviously, but certainly a good buy at the OP price.
HorseBoxGuy06/06/2020 18:41

As a general rule, anything that has “premium” in its title, generally isn …As a general rule, anything that has “premium” in its title, generally isn’t...


Got these same ones from Pound shop .
HorseBoxGuy06/06/2020 18:41

As a general rule, anything that has “premium” in its title, generally isn …As a general rule, anything that has “premium” in its title, generally isn’t...


Ain't that the truth
Oh come on! Premium? Any artist or appreciator of quality pencils knows these will be rubbish. For starters they are not ‘open stock’ like quality colouring pencils such as Caran D’Ache, Holbeins, Derwent Lightfast, Faber Castell, and the more affordable Prismacolor. It is all in the pigment, blending and layering abilities. So many youngsters have their enthusiasm knocked out of them by being given inferior colouring pencils and getting frustrating poor results. If you don’t believe me, then buy 3 quality pencils in blue, red and yellow and compare them to the same colours of the cheap ones see if your cheap ones will blend and mix and layer up to 7 times .

Just fork out for some decent quality pencils and forget rubbish like these.
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Edited by: "cryptobrit" 10th Jun
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