| Very smooth without leaving...
, May 12, 2014
Very smooth without leaving too much lead crumbles. It's dark, even if not as
dark as I expected. Excellent for drafting and even writing, as the ain
high-polymer lead is much more resistant than regular lead, so you can lean your
mechanical pencil. Yes, it does run fast, but that should be expected from a 2B,
specially 0.3mm, right? Finally, the whole process of ordering and receiving the
lead ran very smoothly, service was great, it was delivered before the deadline.
| So soft and smooth, the...
, March 27, 2012
So soft and smooth, the lines are nice and dark, but people are right about the
lead running down quickly so just keep that in mind. Worth buying at least one
of these to try out though. :)
| This lead is excellent,...
, May 30, 2010
This lead is excellent, but yes very easy to break with many pencils. For a long
time, I tried, without success, to use the 2B with a Pentel S473, but 2 clicks
would bring the lead too far out to avoid breakage. It eroded quickly enough
that 1 click would result in me rubbing the pencil sleeve against the paper.
Very frustrating, and almost made me give up entirely on 0.3mm (HB isn't
dark/smooth enough in my opinion).
However, with a GraphGear 1000, a couple clicks is just the right length, where
the lead doesn't break so easily and doesn't vanish completely right away. It's
great for situations where I can't sharpen, but want a nice smooth dark lead in
a fine line.
In terms of darkness, it really doesn't compete with the best wooden pencils,
but Ain in 2B is pretty dark and rich. Not a bad lead at all, and one of the
best options conventionally available in my opinion.
| Love the dark lines,...
, May 5, 2010
Love the dark lines, only problem is how fast it wastes... I find half the lead
clumping on the tip of my pencil...
| this lead is good for...
, November 18, 2008
this lead is good for drawing and writing for my 0.3 pencils,this is highly