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    Model Number: 25434
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    Koh-i-Noor Creative Drawing Board

    Model Number: 25434

    For students or designers in the field. This lightweight drawing board has a built-in, locking, parallel rule. The removable straightedge is graduated in inches and can be locked into position either horizontally or vertically. The graduated protractor drafting head (optional - sold separately) enables you to draw without triangles or protractors.

    Features:
    • Sized for use with media up to 11" x 17".
    • Graduated in inches with graduated scales on top and side in inches.
    • Lockable transparent straightedge and paper clamps in three areas to secure media.
    • Reversible feet included to elevate drawing surface 7° or 15°.
    • Vinyl carrying case included.

    Product Dimensions:
    • Outside Dimensions: 14.75" x 19.5"
    • Product Weight: 3.9 lbs.
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    Koh-i-Noor Creative Drawing Board

    Overall Customer Rating of 7 Reviews:
    Ma.

    Sleek, nifty, modern travel drafting table

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    Luv..the table is light and not clumsy heavy like some others I used. The slide is spot on with neat protractor built in. Was delighted to see it arrived neatly packed. The table is perfect for drawing, drafting, cartooning. The case it comes with is modern looking with handle and extra room to fit other drafting medium. Recommend highly.

    St. Paul, MN

    Light weight, works well, carrying case not great

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    Pros:
    • Light weight
    • ruler locks & slides easy
    Cons:
    • carrying case could be better quality
    The drafting board is light weight and easy to carry. I am a Kitchen and Bath Designer. I use it to measure the existing space in a client's home. The board is a bit more flexible than I anticipated when I have the feet hooked on. The ruler can be locked in place and slides well. I really like that the board can hold paper, so tape is not needed. The carrying case is a disappointment. That is the reason for the lower stars on the quality category. I expected it to be a hard plastic/vinyl. It is a corrugated cheap plastic material with hard plastic ends and handle. If this product is something you use at home for drawing, drafting, crafts, etc, the case is sufficient. If it is something you plan to bring places and move a lot, the case is not great quality. I have a bag large enough to hold the drafting board to carry around.

    Orange County, CA

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    My boyfriend is estatic with your board. Other products we looked at were poorly constructed. The built in paper clip is ideal.

    Canada

    Artist

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    • design
    • weight
    • price
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    This is the best designed portable drawing board I have ever seen. I especially like the size, which is not too small, but allows for paper that is more than 8.5x11.

    Other excellent features are the rulers on three sides, the clamp for holding down the paper, the variable-height feet and the parallel rule that does not run on a wire like all the Maylines.

    I have been an artist/graphic artist for many decades, and if I were to have designed a portable drawing board, I would have designed this one.

    The lightweight carrying case is also excellent.

    Northern New York State

    A true portable laptop drafting solution.

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    • Perfectly portable with the case.
    • Precise.
    • Rigid rule and drafting head when locked
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    • Not Metric.
    I used this to develop boat designs in the early 90s. I lived aboard a 26 ft sailboat and space was at a premium. No way to use a T square in those tiny quarters but this worked wonderfully. I purchased the optional drafting head and found that to be a very worthwhile investment. I drafted on 11 X 17 inch tabloid size vellum using Alvin Reformograpgh inking pens.

    I pulled this out of the attic after sitting unused a quarter of a century, cleaned it up and started using it again to do design some airbrush masks that requires a bit of precision. Work not really suitable for my CAD work station.

    Of note; compared to reviving other legacy Drafting systems, I did not need to find a legacy Operating System computer or hunt down registration and license numbers. I did not have to connect to a cloud. I actually own this drafting system.

    This works fine sitting cross legged in bed with this in my lap.
    If I use it more often I will find a beanbag laptop board for it.
    This should not be compared to other drawing boards that label themselves as portable because those are larger and have fragile exposed wires and lack a carrying case to protect it all.

    These are available elsewhere without the corrugated carry box but not having the carry box defeats the whole purpose of the portable design. You want the box! It holds a tablet of paper along with drafting instruments and the drafting head.

    If there was a metric version of the drafting head, I would gladly purchase it as most of the maker community, even in the US use metric.

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