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Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Ivory Body - Blue & Red Lead

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Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Ivory Body - Blue & Red Lead - AUTOPOINT 203-1
  • Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Ivory Body - Blue & Red Lead - AUTOPOINT 203-1
  • Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Ivory Body - Blue & Red Lead - AUTOPOINT 203-1
  • Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Ivory Body - Blue & Red Lead - AUTOPOINT 203-1
  • Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Ivory Body - Blue & Red Lead - AUTOPOINT 203-1
  • Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Ivory Body - Blue & Red Lead - AUTOPOINT 203-1
  • Autopoint Twinpoint Mechanical Pencil - 0.9 mm - Ivory Body - Blue & Red Lead - AUTOPOINT 203-1
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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 blue 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)




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Specs
Model NumberAUTOPOINT 203-1
Shipping Weight0.65 oz
Body Color Ivory
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Design Style Double-Sided
Eraser Included No
Grip Color Blue, Red
Grip Material Plastic
Knurled Finger Grip No
Lead Diameter 0.9 mm
Lead Grade Indicator No
Lead Sleeve Length 2.7 mm
Lead Type Color Lead
Length - Body 15.0 cm
Mechanism Rotary
Sleeve Type Fixed
Tip Material Metal
Tip Replaceable No

Reviews
3 people found this helpful
  It's a really nice pencil;..., October 31, 2013
By ata... - See all my reviews
It's a really nice pencil; it's quite sturdy and it seems like it will last a long time. I have two warnings though. Getting used to the spinning to advance the lead is fine, but spinning it back and having to press it back down on a hard surface (it hurts when you do it with your finger) to hide the lead again is a bit frustrating. I still forget which way it advances and which way it goes back so sometimes I spin it back in without realizing. My second warning is for those who have never written with a coloured lead pencil: This will not erase, and it feels like writing with a coloured pencil. It's not as smooth as a normal pencil.
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