Pentel Orenz Mechanical Pencil - 0.2 mm - Sky Blue

Pentel Orenz Mechanical Pencil - 0.2 mm - Sky Blue

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The Orenz mechanical pencil features 0.2 mm lead for amazingly thin, clean lines. It's great for writing notes, math problems, graphs, and more!

Despite being so fine, the lead doesn't break as you write, due to the innovative Orenz mechanism. The guide pipe protects the entire length of the lead, and you write without extending the lead out of the guide pipe, which glides right along the surface of the paper. Since it has rounded edges, the guide pipe doesn't catch on the paper or scratch it. As you write, the guide pipe gets shorter. When you need more lead, just click the top button as you would with any other mechanical pencil. The guide pipe will extend again, along with the lead inside.

Because there's no lead breakage, your papers remain clean without smudges from broken lead dust. You can also retract the guide pipe so it doesn't poke you or your belongings when you've stowed the pencil away.

0.2 mm HB lead is included and you can find more 0.2 mm lead here.

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Our worthy Japanese colleagues...
January 24, 2015
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Our worthy Japanese colleagues have certainly done it again! One would think that if one purchases a 0.2 mm mechanical pencil, one is automatically destined to spend an inordinate amount of time clearing broken lead fragments out of a clogged pencil point. Not so! This particular mechanical pencil is a sturdy implement and is made to take on protracted writing periods without worries or problems. A real plus is the available dark "B" softness leads that one can purchase for this fine-line pencil. On the off chance that the point ever clogs, the componental structure of this mechanical pencil is relatively simple enough to allow a mechanical inept such as I to put it rapidly in good working order. The small conical lead guide in the pencil's point, once properly seated, ensures that lead is smoothly ejected to the pencil point when needed, and works quite well to practically eliminate lead breakage. The tiny steel reamer opposite the eraser inside the push button is also quite handy for assisting in eliminating point clogs. Add to this designer pastel colors and the pencil is a real all-around winner! It certainly has my unqualified vote!
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It's a little tough to...
January 23, 2015
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It's a little tough to get used to the steel nib being so close to the end of the lead but it's incredible once you get used to that. Very fine lines, & no drag gouges from the nib. Why don't more pens have this mechanism?
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This pencil has a nice...
December 22, 2014
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This pencil has a nice feel but the tip doesn't stay tight and the lead is already jammed in mechanism so it won't advance
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There aren't many 0.2...
December 5, 2014
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There aren't many 0.2 pencils on the market in the "new-product" category, so I was pleased to see another option. Like all 0.2's, the lead can be fragile but the trade-off in capacity for detail is well worth picking up some extra lead.

Nice pencil. I'd love to see an 0.2 that self-sharpens via rotation but I don't expect that any time soon, so this is a good bet.
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While I would prefer...
July 1, 2015
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While I would prefer drafting pencil style, this pencil is quite nice. Thanks, Pentel, for bringing back this very thin lead.