CrayonArmor® and Lumber Crayons– A Match Made in Construction Heaven

CrayonArmor® and Lumber Crayons– A Match Made in Construction Heaven

As sturdy and big lumber crayons are, they aren’t invincible to the dangers at job sites. From falling on the ground to getting stepped on, protecting your lumber crayon is harder than you thought. This is why C.H. Hanson® designed the CrayonArmor®!

Add the Armor

You really can’t have one without the other. Adding the armor to your crayon can extend its life. The plastic casing as a full knight's armor for your crayons, protecting them from breaking in your pocket, tool pouch, or toolbox. The bright yellow color also helps locate your crayon faster amidst all your materials. The thick design of the armor allows your hand to gain better control of the crayon plus the blue lanyard fits around your wrist to keep it on you at all times. If all of that wasn’t enough to convince you, we offer a limited lifetime warranty so you can rest assured you’re getting a great product!

Choose a Crayon

There are a couple of lumber crayons that C.H. Hanson manufactures to pair with your new Crayon Armor. Choose between our El Marko standard lumber crayons or our premier lumber crayons. The standard lumber crayons are available in red, blue, black, yellow, and white as well as in packs of two for the red, black, and blue. Our premier lumber crayons can withstand extreme temperatures up to 300º and are available in red, blue, black, and yellow.

Learn More

In addition to our crayons and crayons accessories, C.H. Hanson sells hand tools and marking devices to serve both the metalworking and construction markets. To learn more about our marking products and other items, head to our site at

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