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True to its name, the Ecridor Retro pays tribute to the first Caran d'Ache mechanical pencils, made from precious metals since 1947. Its guilloche is made of lozenges and is emblematic of vintage models. This elegantly matches its palladium-coated finish. The Ecridor Retro mechanical pencil is equipped with a high-precision mechanism. The quality of the 0.7 mm Graphite leads and the convenience of the replaceable eraser positioned under the push button will be appreciated.

WRITING INSTRUMENT VERSION

Mechanical Pencil

Length: 131 mm & Diameter: 8 mm

MECHANICAL PENCIL BODY

Hexagonal brass body, with palladium-coated finish

Guilloche made of lozenges

Palladium-coated push button and flexible clip

Caran d’Ache logo laser-engraved on the push-button

Replaceable eraser positioned under the push button

INK CARTRIDGES AND REFILLS

Equipped with a 0.7 mm graphite lead

Refills: graphite leads 0.7 mm and erasers

PACKAGING

Standard case

Dimensions: 18.4 x 8 x 4 cm

Weight: 0.242 kg

LEGAL STANDARDS

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PRODUCT REFERENCE

Ref. 4.486

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Our colour and writing products are manufactured in our workshops in Geneva since 1915.

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