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4.8 (6 reviews)
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The Kitaboshi 2.0 mm lead holder has a natural wooden body reminiscent of a wooden pencil. The top knock button clicks to dispense lead, and you can remove it to refill the lead holder with a new lead piece. Refills with any 2.0 mm lead.

Pencil dimensions: Approximately 6.3 inches (15.9 cm) long and 0.3 inches (8.5 mm) in diameter.


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Love this lead holder!...
February 21, 2014
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Love this lead holder! I have a couple of Staedtlers that I've always found to be "okay," but I really love the simplicity of this wooden beauty. I particularly like that it clutches as it extends the lead, so that it is released in small amounts with each click, instead of just free-floating when I hold down the knock button. I got the one without the clip, and when I order more, at least one of them will have a clip for easy wearing in my pocket. I use this for sketching, and ultimately want one for each lead hardness that I use.
3 people found this helpful
piperjon2000
Knock-style! A loud...
February 8, 2012
Knock-style! A loud knock too! I have put a red foam rubber grip on the front and use it as a sidearm for my Staedtler 925-02. Without the after-market grip, I'd rate it a 4 because the wood seems to be a little harder and sharp edged than most wooden pencils. Usually knock-style 2mm leadholders are more spendy, so this is a must-buy IMHO for drafting/mechanical pencil fanatics.
3 people found this helpful
huey cobra
This leadholder is absolutely...
October 17, 2014
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This leadholder is absolutely perfect for the kind of drawing exercises I do at school. It is light and the wood is very comfortable to hold over 3-4 hour sessions at the easel. It is the closest I've found to the comfort of a traditional drawing pencil, but with the easy sharpening of lead holders. (No need for utility knives and time spent shaving off wood to reveal more pigment. Just click to extend the lead, and rub it a few times on sandpaper to renew the point.)
2 people found this helpful
ebenfatto
Lovely lovely lovely...
August 18, 2015
Lovely lovely lovely design. Feels just like a real pencil. The knock mechanism IS loud, as someone else says, but it's kind of satisfying. The lead it comes with is so-so, I tried it out and replaced it immediately with some uni lead. I bought a pencil grip set to use with this, too, as I was afraid the wood would dig into my hand, but it actually feels more comfortable without it.
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This pencil is a great...
September 2, 2016
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This pencil is a great pencil. It has a nice raw wood finish that is satin to the touch, the click mechanism is all metal or brass, and the chrome finishes seem thick. I wiped some hand oil into the wood so now it has a slight glossiness to it. The reason for only four stars is because the wood is very soft and dents and dings easily, and in addition at one end there was a slight area maybe a couple of millimeters where the wood had chipped away.
moe.justin
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