Stabilo’s move easyergo mechanical pencil offer 5


This post might be of interest if you live in the UK. Tesco does have a few Back to School offers at the moment, including Stabilo’s move easyergo mechanical pencil for only 87p (~$1.34, ~€1.05) ..but only for the right-handed version. The left-handed version is quite a bit more expensive (£3, ~$4.62, ~€3.64 ..does this count as left-handed discrimination?)

Dave has a review of Stabilo’s move easyergo mechanical pencil.

A link to other posts at Bleistift that involve Tesco.

Prices and exchange rates: August 2010


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5 thoughts on “Stabilo’s move easyergo mechanical pencil offer

  • Stationery Traffic

    I didn’t notice that in my local Tesco, but I did see that they were selling 10 Staedtler Noris HB pencils, bundled with a Mars eraser and a cheap but functional sharpener for 3GBP.

    I’ll have to take another look in there (4 Stabilo Boss highlighters for 2GBP was another good deal).

  • Gunther

    Is it possible that Tesco is clearing old stock? The new variant of that pencil is named differently – fortunately Stabilo has changed the weird name ” ’s move easyergo” to “EASYergo”.

  • Kiwi-d

    Thats a crazy difference in price.
    Actually down my way normal retail is about GBP 6 or 7, so 0.87 is mind-boggling.

  • memm Post author

    Thank you for your kind comments!

    Stationery Traffic, I hope that this offer is available in all Tescos, but in the past I noticed that these offers do not last very long. Once they sold a pack of 10 Helix Oxford pencils plus eraser plus sharpener for 63p!

    Gunther, I saw a supermarket in Germany clearing stock, too. The price was however not nearly as good (€3).

    Kiwi-D, £ 6 or £ 7 is also the normal price here in the UK. I have seen it reduced to something like £3 before, but seeing it for 87p was a first. Needless to say that I couldn’t resist… 🙂

  • Michael

    The Staedtler pack has been around for a while now and the same pack is available in Ryman’s (the stationery chain) at a £1 more – but that may be a back to school offer.

    And I’d say this was definitely anti-leftism! Can we sue under the Equality Act?