The compulsive obsessive will be pleased with the Easy Pencil, a pencil which has an embedded lead shorter than the actual pencil itself, letting you use every last bit of it. The mastermind behind this idea is Japanese designer Akio Hayakawa, who does some pretty cool stuff.
Normally, the lead of the pencil is filled in the full of its length.
At any cost, it's impossible to use the lead from end to end.
On "easy pencil", 60mm shorter lead is embedded in the pencil.
That creates the possibility to use the lead to the end.
New pencil is treated as expended the all lead, without hesitation.
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