*I was not paid for this review! I received this product free of charge for my honest opinion!
I have a six year old son that just loves to do artwork. I call him my little Picasso! One of our favorite activities to do together is coloring and drawing. Markers can be messy and not as delicate as we may need, so we love to use colored pencils.
The Ohuhu colored pencil set has 48 vibrant colors in a whole plethora of shades. They are beautifully crafted with recycled wood and are completely eco-friendly! Each colored pencil is nicely nestled inside a high quality tin case for easy storage which also protects them while transporting. The case measures 11.9 x 8.3 x 1.5 inches and can easily fit into a backpack or travel bag without taking up much room at all. The case has two layers that easily remove for quick access to all the pencils. They are all pre-sharpened and easily marked with a color band on the bottom so you can be sure of what color you are using. Each pencil has six sides, providing a firm and comfortable grip while in use.
The pencils were very easy to use and I loved the variety of colors they came in! They drew so smoothly and easily without using much pressure. The colors are soft, but I didn't experience any breakage, even with my six year old zestily using them. The colors blended well without smearing at all and the quality is just amazing! I loved the handy little case to easily keep them all together and safe. I was able to easily identify the colors and the colors actually matched the band on the base- which doesn't always ring true with other pencils! They sharpened very easily without breaking off and lasted a long time between sharpenings. These really are the bet, high-quality colored pencils that I have ever used! I love using them!
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5/2/2017 04:38:12 am
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