Get a Grip on the Easiest Compasses
We have a kind of stationery which the adult seldom use and only children often have. Yes, that is a pair of compasses. Researching tells us that the new sort was developed and published in 2011.
I am introducing “Kurun-pass” distributed by Sonic that has been at the top of the Japanese compasses. By the way, it is turned out by Osaka Clip Inc.
In 1950s, for immature technology, Japanese had to have pairs of compasses which were too unstable to work smoothly. Sonic smartly released “Super Compass” for the settlement in 1954. That was more stable than others and spread all over Japan at once. “Kurun-pass” is a young successor to the “Super Compass.”
Well, it means “Kurun-psas” is standing at the forefront of their compasses. Watch the following movie, you. Just getting a grip on the parietal knob called “Kurun Cap” and turning, anybody can automatically describe a circle.
You might think “It is really easy to use. But it is also going to make my children unable to describe a circle without the Kurun-pass.” Never afraid, dear you! Off the cap, you can use it as usual one.
It is true that you hardly use pairs of compasses when you have come to age. However, it is necessary on elementary school and junior high. Also on high school and university, they need for science and technological lessons. Sonic has been the top runner in the Japanese compasses. In other words, the Kurun-pass must be an article of quality.
Kurun-pass for Pencils (PINK) SK-767-P
Length: 142 mm
Price: 540 yen (tax in.)
・Name: Sonic Co., Ltd.
・Address: 1−11−3, Shin-imazato, Ikuno-ku, Osaka 544−0001, Japan
・Established: Oct. 1951
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