Crosshatch Pencil Case Sets
Product Code: 209552
Product Colours Available
Pencil Case: Translucent Grey/Black
Pen: Translucent Amber, Translucent Aqua, Translucent Blue, Translucent Green, Translucent Pink, Translucent Purple, Translucent Red, Solid White, Solid Black, Solid Light Blue,
Colouring Set: Natural
Minimum Order Quantity
£10.00 per design
7 working days from proof approval
Pen: 141 x 10mm diameter,
Pencil: 189 x 6mm,
Colouring Set: 90 x 45 x 9mm
Pen: 50 x 20mm (barrel), 30 x 5mm (clip, POA),
Pencil: 45 x 15mm,
Colouring Set: 55 x 35mm
About this Product
A simple yet practical pencil case set perfect for preparing students for getting back to school or for distribution at school and education-related events. Print all items with your company logo or campaign message. Each set includes a pencil case, pen, pencil and box of colouring pencils.
- Manufactured from translucent grey EVA mesh
- Zipped closure with black trim
- Crosshatch design
- Twist action retractable mechanism so there is no cap to lose
- Chrome nose cone
- Print to the clip or barrel
- Available in 10 colours
- Writes in black ink
- All black wood gives this pencil an executive finish!
- Manufactured using FSC wood
- HB Lead
Colouring Pencil Set
- Natural card casing
- 6 natural colouring pencils that draw in blue, green, brown, black, yellow and red
All you need to give your students a great start back school!
Prices include a 1 colour personalisation in 1 position to all items. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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