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This item: Pentel Graph Gear 1000 Drafting Pencil - 0.5 mm - $16.50
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|Model Number||PENTEL PG1015|
|Shipping Weight||0.80 oz|
|Diameter - Grip||9.5 mm|
|Diameter - Max||9.6 mm|
|Grip Color||Black, Silver|
|Grip Material||Metal, Rubber|
|Knurled Finger Grip||Yes|
|Lead Diameter||0.5 mm|
|Lead Grade Indicator||Yes|
|Lead Sleeve Length||4.0 mm|
|Length - Body||14.9 cm|
|Length - Retracted||14.8 cm|
July 18, 2011
I have the Pentel Graphgear...
I have the Pentel Graphgear 1000 in 0.5, 0.7, & 0.9.
Very well made & just looks good. Color coded grips are appealing and helpful. Feels very precise. Retractable nib makes carrying it easy. Solid build, the clip is strong and gives a very satisfying "click" when the nib is retracted.
Lighter weight than I expected (not a problem, more of an observation), wish the center of balance was closer to the front. The knurled grip is not quite knurled enough for me, but that's just personal preference & it works fine. Strange but true- the eraser gets very dirty unless the pencil is loaded with a very hard lead- maybe because this is more of a drafting pencil.
When I purchased this pencil I really wanted it to be my favorite, but it's not. But the set has a place in my desk & I use each of them regularly. Better suited to drafting than writing, this is a technical pencil that looks very cool & is a pleasure to use. A definite asset to any collection, you can't go wrong with the Graphgear 1000.
7 people found this helpful
August 4, 2011
I've been using this...
I've been using this pencil for few days and it's excellent, I think most artists will love it. It has a nice weight, length, grip, everything you need for drawing, as well as good for writing.
Although if it weren't for these rubbers on the metal grip, it would be perfect. It feels fine but.. I'm not a very fan of rubber grips, as I know these will deteriorate over time and shorten the lifespan of the pencil.
5 people found this helpful
September 14, 2006
My main dissatisfaction...
My main dissatisfaction with this pencil is that the tip piece screws into a plastic body piece, not a metal body piece as I had hoped it would, but that is a feature very few pencils have.
Other than that, it is an excellent pencil. It is unquestionably stylish, easy to hold, and has an excellent clip. The mechanism feels solid and reliable. The barrel above the grip is an attractive textured metal that is comfortable to hold in your hand.
This pencil is heavier than most, but a bit lighter than I guessed by the picture.
Overall, I highly recommend it.
4 people found this helpful
January 31, 2011
I love the pencil. To...
I love the pencil. To bad I lost it.
4 people found this helpful
July 19, 2011
I have this Pentel Graphgear...
I have this Pentel Graphgear 1000, the Uniball Kurutoga, and the (2) of the Uniball PipeShift mechanical pencils, all ordered from JetPens.
I have to admit, this is probably the best one of the bunch. I thought the Kura Toga would be the best, and it is very good, but this one is longer and feels more precise. It's all made of aluminum I believe, which gives it a sturdy dense feel, but it's not heavier than the Kura toga. It' super precise and has a flashy, durable, quality feel to it.
Definitely, one of the best pencils I ever used and I use it for writing.
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