Wopex Neon Line

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Wopex Neon Line
Also called: Staedtler 180
Manufacturer: Staedtler
Pen Type: Pencil
First released: 2013
Discontinued: Still available
Made in : Germany


Market Introduction[edit]

Staedtler's Neon Line was introduced at Frankfurt's Paperworld in January 2013. Neon refers to the fluoresent body of these pencils. The pencils themselves contain normal Wopex graphite leads.[1]

Wopex Neon Line.jpeg

Naming[edit]

Back then the pencils were still Wopex labelled, but the latest Neon Line pencils are sold without Wopex or even 180 printed on the front of the cover.[1]

Pencils in this Series[edit]

The Neon Line includes the following pencils[1]


Pencil Sets in this Series[edit]

There are different versions of this set, including sets with erasers and sharpeners. The current Staedtler UK web site lists different sets:[1]

  • Article number: 180F BK3-1 a blistercard containing one HB pencil each in neon yellow, neon pink, neon purple
  • Article number: 180FSBK3-1 as above, but with a black eraser and a black sharpener
  • Article number: 180F BK3-2 a blistercard containing one HB pencil each in neon green, neon orange, neon blue
  • Article number: 180FSBK3-2 as above, but with a black eraser and a black sharpener
  • Article number: 180F BK6 a blistercard with all six colours
  • Article number: 180F BK12 a blistercard with twelve pencils (all six colours)

Notes and references[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Wonderful World of Wopex - The Neon Line, Bleistift Blog.