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- Removable clip
- Accepts 3.15mm lead
- Comfortable resin barrel
- Palladium plated trim
- Ideal for sketching
- Diameter: 14mm
- Length: 120mm
Scribble is a short, chunky range of writing instruments from Lamy. Giving ease of grip and greater mobility.
The Lamy Scribble range have a comfortable ergonomic resin barrel with removable clip.
Available in black resin with palladium plated trim as a ball pen or pencil with the choice of either a 0.5mm mechanical pencil or 3.15mm clutch pencil.
The 3.15mm Lamy Scribble pencil can be held loosely in the middle for sketching - designed to give the feel of drawing with charcoal.
Sublime Writing Instrument
By SK, London
I have the 0,7mm version of the Lamy Scribble. It is far and away the best pencil I've ever owned; perfectly weighted making it easy to hold and write with, beautifully designed and manufactured, it is a tiny, usable piece of contemporary art. If you are thinking of buying one, then stop thinking and go for it. You won't regret it the second you hold it in your hands and start writing.
Great pencil but difficult to find 3mm black chinagraph leads out in the Antipodes.
By Barrington Ogden
Purchased for map & navigation work to supplement my engineering draftsmans clutch pencils,now I seldom without it in my possession.
Very tactile & works like a dream.
one of my better purchases of recent
A stylish nice looking pencil, feels very nice and comfortable to hold. Already fast becoming my favourite.
Great for pilots
By Steve Bell
Flowing design looks great, and really nice to work with, mechanism very sturdy - Great for pilots as takes the refillable Staedtler 3mm Chinagraph Leads (available in various colours)ideal for use with laminated Aviation Navigation Charts
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Does this pencil have an eraser? LAMY SCRIBBLE
Asked by Christine Thorne
The 0.7mm version of the Scribble does have an eraser housed under the button.
The 3.15mm pencil does not; because of the thick lead, the small eraser that could be housed under the button would not particularly effective due to the large amount of graphite it puts down. Therefore, Lamy chose to omit it from the 3.15mm version.