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Inkless Graphite Quill

The art of writing seems to be disappearing as time goes on. By writing, I mean things like penmanship. These days we spend more time on the computer typing emails and status updates than we do with a pencil, pen or any other writing implement. Although, very now and then we like to write a letter to that relative who lives far, far away and won’t have anything to do with technology. Sure, you could use a regular old mechanical pencil or ball point pen, but why not try out something new?

The Inkless Graphite Quill has been hand-sculpted out of graphite, and will give you the feel of writing with a quill, without all that mess of ink. It will last for up to 9 years of daily use, and won’t smudge your hands or the paper. It should come as no shock that this 4 in x 1.5 in writing utensil would cost $18, seeing as it lasts so long. Of course, if you lose it, then it won’t last nearly that length of time.

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  • so who is the market here? If most artists are left handed and this is most obviously a right handed quill (unless you inverted the picture) I would contend it would be quite limited.

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