Sargent Art Premium Coloring Pencils, Pack of 52 Assorted Colors and Metallics, 22-7294

October 22, 2019 - Comment

Our Sargent Art 52 count colored pencil pack contains 52 different colors, including 6 metallic colors. Our colored pencils are standard 7 inch size, come pre-sharpened, and offer a wide color range. The pack folds open and holds 26 pencils on each side. Pack can be used to store pencils when not in use or

Our Sargent Art 52 count colored pencil pack contains 52 different colors, including 6 metallic colors. Our colored pencils are standard 7 inch size, come pre-sharpened, and offer a wide color range. The pack folds open and holds 26 pencils on each side. Pack can be used to store pencils when not in use or on the go. All our colored pencils are non-toxic and safe.

Product Features

  • 52 unique and different colors
  • Drawing and coloring pencils for art and hobby use
  • 7 inch, pre-sharpened pencils
  • Convenient folding pack for easy pencil storage and use
  • Non-toxic and safe

Comments

Anonymous says:

Comparison of Four Brands I need a set of 12 colored pencils for marking text. I specifically need pencils that mark easily with not having to press down hard and I also need good contrast between the colors. It was challenging to see a noticeable difference between the light & dark blues and between the light and dark greens. It was almost impossible to get a set of 12 that one of the colors wasn’t white, which is useless for my purposes. That being said, I purchased one set each of Sargent, Prismacolor, Prang and Cra-z-art and compared them. Here are my results.Prisma was probably the best quality and had excellent contrast between the two blues and between the two greens. They marked easily with very little pressure and the range of colors was great. However, for my purposes, I really needed a pink. Prisma had peach or flesh-tone instead that is not pink enough for my needs. I didn’t choose Prisma for that one reason alone. If my purpose was different, it may have been my first choice…

Anonymous says:

Spend the $$ on nice pencils if this isn’t for kids Meh. Spend the $$ on nice pencils if this isn’t for kids. Lots of pencils, not a lot of color differentiation. You have to press rather hard to get a bold color.

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