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I have had no problems...
March 8, 2013
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I have had no problems with this pencil after 2 years of intermittant use. My only issue is that the leads can't be any longer than about 1.5 inches (about 3.5 cm).

The leads feed by rotation rather than by clutch, and to retract the lead you have to reverse rotate, but some clutch pencils (for example, my DraftMatic) have similar problems in that they don't auto retract either.
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Solid build quality....
February 9, 2016
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Solid build quality. Good value. Only pencil of its type that I know of.
Love the pencil, everyone...
January 26, 2016
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Love the pencil, everyone I bought one for loved it..But... We are having a hard time refilling it. If you could do a tutorial , that would be great. And I am sure it's easy. Not sure why it's kicking our butt!
Excellent product that...
August 26, 2015
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Excellent product that is very hard to find in my area of the country. Very pleased with product, service and FAST delivery.
Great pencil for CPA...
April 27, 2015
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Great pencil for CPA's.
Great pencil, having...
March 30, 2015
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Great pencil, having both ends write makes it quite versatile.
This pencil is useful...
March 9, 2015
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This pencil is useful and fun to use–like a more midcentury version of those elementary-school every-color pens. In terms of the quality, it feels pretty solid in your fingers. The leads are a bit ridiculously short–you'll need to buy a few barrels of them to keep your pencil in replacements every hundred pages of annotation or so at my writing rate–but smooth. Why only a middling review? The blue leads are extremely soft and have a tendency to shatter inside the barrel of the pencil, where they cannot be cleared. I've lost both my Twinpoint pencils to this in about eight months of heavy daily use. Still, I'll probably buy another–they're just fun and useful.
One has to push the lead...
January 31, 2015
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One has to push the lead in to retract. Otherwise OK, not readily available in other sites.
This is simply an example...
September 26, 2012
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This is simply an example of a lowest quality American-made item: cheapest plastics, no smooth operation, slippery grips, misaligned twisting tips, with which you can only propel the leads, but not retract them!!!!!!!!!. This is why European and Japanese writing items are so high beyond American standards. Do not waste your money, I already did it for you.
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