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When you're chained to your desk for 8 hours a day it's hard not to dream of simpler times. Days when you were knee high to a grasshopper, and your idea of stress was trying to colour inside the lines of your colouring in book. Crayons were such a major part of kindergarten, and the crayon box was a waxy treasure trove of colour. You could even eat the crayons, if you didn't mind the terrible taste. The Crayon Pens bring a little piece of your childhood to the office. They look like the classic Crayola crayons but are actually twist-top ball point pens (and good ones at that). Posh enough to sign a contract with and childish enough to be fun, just don't go trying to chew the end, or you'll end up flat on your back staring into a bright light while a sadist in a white mask bores you with stories about his golf handicap.
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Does anyone know where I can get one of these or when they will next be in stock, every other one I've seen has been really expensive :(
It has a nice weight, and is lovely to write with. It will make a great gift for anyone who does a lot of writing and is a child at heart. This will make a good stocking filler.
I really like this pen, it's chunky and has real weight so is easy to write with.
Nice pen, good weight to hold and nice to write with - although quite expensive, for a pen!
At £4.99, I naively thought I was buying a set! Was alarmed to open one of two boxes to find one tiny little pen at the bottom, lovingly cushioned by a couple of plastic pillows. I thought the others had gone walkabout! Seriously, why the ridiculous amount of packaging when you could so easily have included it in the other (mostly empty) box? Suggest you change the initial catalogue description to "pen" in the singular to avoid misunderstanding....
It's a good pen but £4.99 for one pen is bloomin expensive.
Purchased this product, along with several other items, for my beloved's birthday. He is a QA Engineer and I figured this would be fun for him to use around his job. He absolutely loves this item. He showed it to me on cam ( I am in USA and he is currently in Ireland) and it looks very neat. He described it and said it was very heavy and well constructed and writes well too! He got a huge kick out of the fact that it looks like a crayola crayon and can't wait to test it out and see the look on other's faces when they see him writing with this! It brought many smiles to him..and that was precious to me ....to see those smiles on his face from this, and his other gifts, from iWoot! This product is highly recommended! TY TY TY iWoot!
My husban was chuffed to bits It was meant asa tree present and he has quite a high profile job The crayon pens inject a bit if humour into his day
I bought one of these before christmas as a gift for a friend but was so please with the quality of it i have purchased 3 more since then. They are great fun for all ages and i have found that thet are a great gift idea(albeit a little daft) for anyone! I love them and so do my mates!
I gave this to a friend. The product seems good - nice weight for a biro. However, I'd have liked the option to choose a colour - I know the ink must be the same but the picture shows the pen in a lot of different colours, and I didn't see an option to pick one. And why, ordering this with one other fairly compact product (the Height Chart - packaged flat and folded) did iWOOT feel the need to send it in a massive box with huge amounts of packaging, charging £4.95 for the privilege?