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Paper Mate Precision Mechanical Pencil - 0.7 mm - Starter Set of 2

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Paper Mate Precision Mechanical Pencil - 0.7 mm - Starter Set of 2 - SANFORD 1750542
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This set has everything you need to start off your next engineering project. The set includes two 0.7 mm pencils, four eraser refills, and an HB Paper Mate lead pack. The pencil features a durable metal nose cone, fixed lead sleeve and clip, a no-slip cushioned grip, and a colored plastic body. Pencils are available in 0.5 mm, 0.7 mm, and 0.9 mm sizes.



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Model NumberSANFORD 1750542
Shipping Weight1.60 oz
Body Color Burgundy
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Eraser Included Yes
Grip Color Gray
Grip Material Rubber
Knurled Finger Grip No
Lead Diameter 0.7 mm
Lead Grade Indicator No
Lead Type Graphite Lead
Sleeve Type Fixed
Tip Material Metal
Tip Replaceable No

Reviews
1 person found this helpful
  These two pencils are..., April 2, 2011
By craig_sullivan4 - See all my reviews
These two pencils are pretty good for their price point. The grip is a combination between slippery plastic and not very tactile rubber. If you have sweaty hands it may not be enjoyable but the grip is large which helps. The clip is not very removable which i personally do not like because i cannot rotate the lead.
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  This pencil is quite..., March 26, 2011
By ohnobees - See all my reviews
This pencil is quite comfortable to use, with a thickish barrel balanced just above the last molded ring groove, so neutral to slightly forward bias. The plastic barrel is thick and weighty, and all the moving parts fit snugly and with surprisingly little wiggle. The magazine tube appears to be color-coded plastic, in this case blue for 0.7mm. The clutch is brass, 3 jaws, with a heavy collar and the weighty nosepiece screws into an unusual tension/compression type situation, rather like the Pentel P200 range. Lead advance is heavily sprung, a longish-feeling action with a meaty click not unlike that of the mighty Rotring 600 (actual side by side comparison performed, it's more like the 600 than even the 500 managed to feel). Overall impression is of a sturdy, knockabout, everyday pencil that won't make you feel bad about leaving your fancier tools at home. Get some better leads for it, though. The stuff inside and in the refill tube is scratchy and inconsistent.
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  Very good pencil. One..., February 28, 2011
By art... - See all my reviews
Very good pencil. One downside is the small eraser and the fact that once you use up the extras from the starter set refills have not been made available.
  Pretty Good. They write..., November 5, 2011
By aca... - See all my reviews
Pretty Good. They write smoothly though. I like them.
  I'm the person who owns..., April 14, 2011
By pjg... - See all my reviews
I'm the person who owns the white one ^^^^^^^^
I am very pleased with the pencil because my brother gave it to me and he found it on the ground at his school
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