Moleskine Click Mechanical Pencil - 0.7 mm

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2.0 (2 reviews)
The Moleskine Click Pencil is a refillable mechanical pencil that is specifically inspired by the design and personality of a Moleskine notebook. Like the other instruments in the Moleskine writing collection, the pencil combines convenience and comfort. The click pencil features a rectangular shape and rubber clip that can be used to attach the pencil to a Moleskine hard cover notebook. The ABS matte black finish complements the sleek simplicity so often found in the Moleskine brand. Refillable with standard 0.7 mm size lead.
Model NumberMOLESKINE 978-88-6613-296-7
Weight0.8 ounces
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Design Style Modern, Rectangular Body
Eraser Included No
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Knurled Finger Grip No
Lead Diameter 0.7 mm
Lead Grade Indicator No
Lead Type Graphite
Sleeve Type Sliding
Tip Material Metal
Tip Replaceable No

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Definitely way overpriced...
July 15, 2014
Definitely way overpriced for an all plastic pen. The advance mechanism broke within a couple weeks rendering the pen unusable. For the price just about any other pen is a better deal.
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Not a bad mechanical...
June 13, 2014
Not a bad mechanical pencil to match with your notebook but it is very specific built for Moleskine products. Its a little on the pricier side and the lack of a 0.5mm version has me quite disappointed. The rectangular body actually gives a good gripping surface without making it feel too bulky. The plastic body actually feels decent with a slight textured surface. I find the lead advancing mechanism a little on the spongy and cheap side. It doesn't have a crisp feel that other mechanical or drafting pencils of equivalent price point have to offer. Its a very nifty and minimalistic mechanical pencil but not exactly a recommended pencil for every day use.
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