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4.0 (6 reviews)
The Pentel Graph 1000 is a pencil made for professionals.

Its all brass, three jaw clutch mechanism gives excellent support for the pencil lead. In addition, the Pentel Graph 1000's center of gravity is close to the writing tip. Well designed and ergonomic, it's a favorite for drafting.

Other features:

- One click provides lead length equal to the diameter of the lead.

- Cleanly designed tip allows excellent view as you draw.

- Features detachable pocket clip, shielded eraser, and adjustable lead grade indicator.

Model NumberPENTEL PG1009
Weight0.4 ounces
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 8.8 mm
Diameter - Max 8.9 mm
Eraser Included Yes
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Metal, Rubber
Knurled Finger Grip No
Lead Diameter 0.9 mm
Lead Grade Indicator Yes
Lead Sleeve Length 4.1 mm
Length - Body 14.6 cm
Sleeve Type Fixed
Tip Material Metal

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The grip is really uncomfortab...
May 4, 2015
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The grip is really uncomfortable, feels very hard and plastic when drawing, doesn't feel rigid at all.
Best mechanical pencil...
February 22, 2015
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Best mechanical pencil I have ever owned. Definitely worth the money. Comfortable, solid, mechanically sound. The lead hardness indicator could have been made stiffer, so that it would not turn inadvertently.
I previously reviewed...
August 16, 2013
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I previously reviewed this pencil as having a modified rubber grip/sleeve. Upon further inspection I found that there was little if any difference between the Graph 1000 I bought previously and therefore retract that somewhat negative review.
I just received two of...
May 15, 2013
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I just received two of these pencils from JetPens. It turns out they are essentially the same model as before, but instead of having rubber grips inlaid into the hard plastic barrel, they have an entire rubber sleeve with raised ridges simulating the original grip pattern. This probably doesn't change the operating characteristics of the pencil, but for me, this simpler design used in many cheaper mechanical pencils means that the Pentel Graph 1000 for Pro looses a considerable amount of its cachet.
I use the 0.9mm size...
May 13, 2013
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I use the 0.9mm size of the 1000 because I don't use it for technical/drafting work; the lead diameter is still rather thin for me, preferring what was the standard 1.1mm lead size of propelling pencils of yesteryear. I don't believe the entire pencil is brass though. The tip can be unscrewed and a brief look inside confirms that at least this part is brass. The pencil as a whole is too light, being hardly more heavy than a wooden pencil. If you want heft, I would suggest the Pentel GraphGear 1000, although the cheaper GraphGear 500 has better balance, rather like a dart (from the game of darts), with the weight mainly in the business end and a less fussy, non-retractable tip. I do have to admit though that the 1000 for Pro (Japanglish at it's best) is a very sleek pencil - something you'd expect to be used in a futuristic movie - before the digital age that is.