Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Black Body - Black & Red Lead

Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Black Body - Black & Red Lead

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4.1 (7 reviews)
DescriptionSpecificationsFrequently Asked Questions
With this double-sided mechanical pencil, you'll always have two colors at hand. A twisting mechanism is used to extend lead. This pencil has 0.9 mm black (graphite) lead and 0.9 mm red lead. The pencil comes with one piece of lead in each side, and refills are sold separately.

Pencil dimensions: 5.9 inches long, 0.3 inches diameter (15 cm long, 0.8 cm diameter)

Model NumberAUTOPOINT 200-1
Weight0.6 ounces
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Capped No
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Design Style Double-Sided
Eraser Included No
Grip Color Black, Red
Grip Material Plastic
Knurled Grip No
Lead Advance Mechanism Twist
Lead Grade Indicator No
Lead Size - Diameter 0.9 mm
Lead Sleeve Length 2.7 mm
Lead Type Color, Graphite
Length - Body 15.0 cm
Sleeve Type Fixed
Tip Material Metal
Tip Replaceable No
Tip Retractable No
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I have the 1.1mm version...
May 4, 2015
I have the 1.1mm version of this pencil and it is great as a general writer and for use as a pencil for chemistry because you can more clearly see what is being converted by using the red. The pencil is very good quality and feels like it will last for a very long time. I would definitely recommend this to anyone that needs an all purpose pencil and does not want to switch to a different pen or pencil to mark in a different color.
I have a 30+ year old...
December 30, 2014
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I have a 30+ year old Autopoint Twinpoint Pencil which is still in use but needing new lead. I found your company offered replacement leads and ordered a selection. Additionally, I purchased three new pencils with three different end color combinations. Examining the new pencils and comparing them with the old shows the new barely different from my original. I expect that if I don't lose them, they too will still be useful in thirty years. Regards.
This pencil is such a...
October 24, 2014
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This pencil is such a good idea. The black lead is okay; but the red lead is very fragile and breaks constantly without apply much pressure.
Built like a tank. American...
February 18, 2013
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Built like a tank. American made. My boss still use one he got issued in 1960's. :)
The Good: A solid, durable,...
October 12, 2012
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The Good: A solid, durable, mechanical pencil with both black and red leads in 0.9 mm, which means the lead won't break (if you break these leads, stop using mechanical pencils and use a ballpoint instead) and you can quickly switch between lead colors faster than with any other writing instrument(s).

The Bad: Some are not going to like the "old school" twist advance mechanism, and there is no retraction mechanism - you have to turn the nose counterclockwise and then press the lead against a hard surface to retract it - it's not really a problem for me though. Once you're used to it, it's second nature. The other issue is that the pocket clip is a joke, even worse than the one on Fisher Bullet Pens. The smooth stainless steel slips right off the smooth plastic with very little pressure. Again, though, for me it's not that big a deal but I'm sure it will be for some.

Summary: All things considered, this is a unique and useful instrument for those that have a use for its particular properties. I really like mine.