Review of Staedtler Luna® Coloured Pencils
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Staedtler Luna ® Coloured Pencils are wax based pencils with a hexagonal barrel shape. They are sold in a maximum of 24 count sets.
- Pencils are light to hold
- Hexagonal barrel means they are easy and comfortable to hold and won’t roll off a flat surface.
- Color of pencil barrel is a reasonable indicator of the color of the pigment
- Little pressure required to achieve good color coverage
- Vibrant colors
- Lovely smooth feel on paper when coloring
- Generally easy to sharpen to a point for detail work
- Colors are the same across the Staedtler range of products (pencils, fineliners, fibre-tip pens) which is a benefit when coloring with mixed media
- Produces some pencil dust when coloring
- Limited range of colors
- No color name or number printed on the barrel
- $$ – typically AUD $5.01 – $20.00 / US $3.76 – $15.00 / £2.61 – £10.00 / €3.31 – €13.25
Conclusion / Recommendations
- These are excellent value colored pencils
- These pencils don’t require much pressure to get the best out of them so if you have any fine motor, hand or arm problems these may be a good option
- The major downside is the limited color range
- If you can only afford one set of reasonably inexpensive pencils, I recommend these