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Love this pencil! This...
July 18, 2011
Love this pencil! This is the pencil to use when your pencil says something about you. Looks elegant, travels well, functions flawlessly. I have several different colors & sizes- consistently high quality. Easy to write with, feels great in the hand. The removable cap gives extra length when placed on the back for writing; when "closed" the pencil is shorter & safer to carry. Nice weight, well balanced. No collection is complete without it. When I meet with a client this pencil is in my pocket.
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i have a couple of these,...
November 14, 2009
i have a couple of these, and i really do like them a lot. they feel more elegant than the typical mechanical pencil. AND, you cannot beat pentel customer service. i lost the eraser lid on one of these and could not find one anywhere. i emailed pentel to ask them if i could purchase one, and they sent me a new lid AND some other goodies for free. amazing service. i am a pentel fan for life!
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I wish these pencils...
February 13, 2011
I wish these pencils were available in .3mm. Beside that, these are the most elegant mechanical pencils I've ever seen.

The pencil is really, really well designed. Many pens and pencils with caps function poorly with the cap on the back end, and I usually have to store the cap while using the writing utensil. Not the Kerry. The cap becomes the rest of the pencil into an elegant writing form.
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The Kerry has a nice...
February 13, 2011
The Kerry has a nice quality to it and has many good features. During travel, the tip is covered by the cap, just like a pen. The body is made of durable plastic. Overall, a nicely made pencil and a fine example of a Japanese pencil that will last you years!
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Very nice pencil!!! For...
December 15, 2010
Very nice pencil!!! For people with big hands it may be too small. But the pencil is a very nice Pentel pencil.
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I purchased my Pentel...
June 13, 2016
I purchased my Pentel 5 Kerry almost 30 years ago. I bought it at a small store and believe they were selling them to support a local cub scout troop. It has long been my favorite writing utensil. I've had it so long that the green eraser has petrified, and the metal eraser cap is severely dented from tapping out my thoughts. It truly is a quality instrument, as it still holds the lead securely in place and feels perfectly balanced in my hand.
Very nicely balanced...
February 7, 2016
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Very nicely balanced and contoured. I love how it looks and feels. It was a perfect match with 2B Pentel lead. Highly recommended.
This pencil looks amazing....
January 19, 2016
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This pencil looks amazing. The appearance of this pencil is what drew me in and ultimately led me to buy it. I quite like its writing performance, as well. It has become my primary pencil for general school use, such as writing and note taking. It is obviously not a graphing/architectural type pencil, so I know this comparison will probably be a "duh", but when graphing or sketching I still prefer my Graphgear 1000 or Staedtler 925. Overall a beautiful instrument.
Sharp (no pun intended)...
November 20, 2015
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Sharp (no pun intended) looking pencil fit for the boardroom or briefcase. I really like how the cap extends the size of the pen and retains its ability to advance the lead. I just wish it was an all metal construction (with a little more weight), especially considering the price point. Otherwise, a great pencil.
Very interesting pencil!...
August 5, 2015
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Very interesting pencil! Honestly, I thought it was going to be heavier and have a slightly larger than average size. Instead, it is edging on the small side and the construction is mostly plastic I believe (I could be wrong about the material choice). I think this is for someone who wants to have a more professional looking pencil or someone who wants a capped mechanical pencil, but at almost $20 there are probably better options with similar features. I can't help but say, the build quality is slightly below average for a pencil at this price point. To give some perspective, a Pentel Graphgear 1000 is built to a much higher standard and is still cheaper than the Sharp Kerry. If you are into the look and novelty of this pencil then you could probably justify the purchase.
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