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RMIT Shorty Mechanical Pencil

$19.00

The Worther Shorty mechanical pencil is made of superior plastic, is elegant and practical and thanks to its chunky hexagonal barrel sits very well in the hand. 105mm long and 12mm wide. It comes with a 3.15mm thick soft 7B graphite lead and can write on almost any material including wood, metal, paper, plastic, glass (using red lead) or x-rays (using white lead). An ideal multi-purpose pencil for writing, sketching, drawing and marking. Supplied with 3 leads
    

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Goods may be collected from the RMIT Campus Store or sent via Australia Post. Standard service with signature on delivery from $10 per order Australia wide. Express Post service from $16 per order Australia wide. Delivery will take approximately 2-5 working days. If you choose to pick up your order, it should be ready within 3 business days. You'll receive an email when your order is ready to go.
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