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|Model Number||PENTEL C255-B|
|Shipping Weight||0.20 oz|
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I've used several types...
, February 16, 2008
I've used several types of lead from Pentel super polymer to premium and then
uni-ball and etc other companies. I stumbled across the Ain B as a gift from a
friend and I was sold. I use a graph gear 1000 (A Pentel drafting pencil), and
with this lead I was able to get a smoother flow of writing in English,
Japanese, and Korean. I could make finer details, but most importantly of all it
rarely, if ever, broke under any sort of pressure. Make note of this when you
have to write a 6 page Philosophy test in 50 min!!
| I very much like the...
, January 26, 2011
I very much like the darkness of this lead. I am not experienced buying all the
different levels of hardness and softness for mechanical lead, although I am
pleased with this. I tend to write with a very light touch and a darker lead
helps my work show up properly. B is surely dark enough for your average hand,
although for one who writes with little or no pressure behind your pencil, I
would recommend for you a darker grade. I have no complaint about this product
whatsoever, when I draw with slightly more pressure it shows up perfectly. The
container itself is even a dispenser, which is just precious.
| I have tried all lead...
, February 19, 2009
I have tried all lead sizes (for 0.5) from 4h to 5b and every thing in between.
When I tried this lead I loved it it wrote smooth and is easy to see your