in combinazioni nuove che siano utili, forse.
David Rees farà la punta alla vostra matita preferita. E lo farà con la massima cura e attenzione. Non è un servizio gratis, non è un viral, non è un pazzo. Anzi, la cosa sembra funzionare anche se costa davvero caro. 50$ anticipati come minimo (è inculsa anche una simpatica stampa promozionale). Troppo? Nel mondo già si parla di lui, molti giornali gli hanno dedicato interviste e i suoi fan non si contano sulle dita di una mano.Lo contattate sul suo sito qui.
Let’s face it, we’re not trained to sharpen our own pencils…
YET WE DO IT ALL THE TIME!
Why not leave it to the experts?
All you have to do is send your #2 pencils to Mr. Rees and for $12.50 a piece he’ll sharpen them to a precision graded point.
What’s that? You say you think that $12.50 sounds kind of expensive?
But is it REALLY?
Each pencil that Mr. Rees receives gets his PERSONALIZED attention and is sharpened in the old-world tradition that pencils were meant to be sharpened in.
Then they’re shipped back to you in a protective tube complete with down-to-the-micrometer grading:
You’ll also receive a signed certificate of sharpening as proof that your pencil was sharpened to artisanal standards:
And of course Mr. Rees guarantees this:
All shavings are bagged, sealed, labeled, and returned to the owner to dispose of as they wish. After all, shavings are part of the pencil– and it’s YOUR pencil.
Beware pencil-sharpening services that don’t return your shavings! They’re ripping you off!
Still not convinced?
Don’t want to waste your precious pencils on a service
you’re not 2000% sure of?
Why not try it out?
For $40 you’ll get a safety-tubed, precision sharpened pencil from Mr. Rees’ personal collection (complete with bagged shavings),
a certificate of authenticity,
and a limited edition copy of the poster shown above.
(I got number 12 of 50!)