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Pentel Sharp Kerry Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Olive Green Body

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Pentel Sharp Kerry Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Olive Green Body - PENTEL P1035-KD
  • Pentel Sharp Kerry Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Olive Green Body - PENTEL P1035-KD
  • Pentel Sharp Kerry Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Olive Green Body - PENTEL P1035-KD
  • Pentel Sharp Kerry Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Olive Green Body - PENTEL P1035-KD
  • Pentel Sharp Kerry Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Olive Green Body - PENTEL P1035-KD
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The Kerry pencil from Pentel is shaped as a classic American beauty. Designed with the professional in mind, these compact mechanical pencils are capped and have beautiful shiny bodies with matted silver color tips. They are shaped almost as if they should be fountain or ballpoint pens. The cap fits on the back of the pen when in use, and has an eraser (refillable with PENTEL Z3-1 eraser refill) hidden at the top. Very elegant for the work place. Uses 0.5 mm lead.


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Specs
Model NumberPENTEL P1035-KD
Shipping Weight0.80 oz
Body Color Green
Body Material Metal, Plastic
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Design Style Capped, Compact, Executive
Diameter - Grip 9.2 mm
Diameter - Max 10.8 mm
Eraser Included Yes
Grip Color Metallic Green
Grip Material Plastic
Knurled Finger Grip No
Lead Diameter 0.5 mm
Lead Grade Indicator No
Lead Sleeve Length 2.3 mm
Lead Type Graphite Lead
Length - Body 12.5 cm
Sleeve Type Fixed
Tip Material Metal
Tip Replaceable No

Reviews
10 people found this helpful
  When I was a child, my..., March 15, 2011
By ohn... - See all my reviews
When I was a child, my dad, who was a technical illustrator, always had pencils in his breast pocket. When we'd go out to eat, and I'd inevitably want to draw on the placemats, I always secretly hoped he'd pull this pencil out of his pocket for me.
This is a pencil that creates glowing childhood memories. Dad's was black, I got mine in olive, but hey, I'm my own person. I use this pencil to awaken people who have, perhaps, allowed themselves to succumb to the culture that regards pencils as equivalent in importance to, say, toilet paper or plastic cutlery. It never fails in its ambassadorship. This pencil speaks for pencilkind. Buy this pencil.

(star rating should be considered logarithmic)
7 people found this helpful
  If you are looking for..., January 4, 2011
By dar... - See all my reviews
If you are looking for a high quality, professional pencil, the Sharp Kerry is it. I have every color of this pencil, including the ones made in the 1970s that have the characteristic "5" imprinted on the cap instead of "Kerry." It is perfectly balanced while writing and will improve the handwriting of anyone. I am an engineer and it works well with templates. Overall, this is the world's best pencil, in my opinion. I don't go anywhere without one. While in school, I would have multiple people ask me about it. When I would let them write with it, it was not long before I noticed they had picked at least one up for themselves. (Usually, they would buy at least 2). Once you own one of these, it is hard not to want the other ones....! GREAT PENCIL!!
4 people found this helpful
  It's all that! There..., July 21, 2011
By sha... - See all my reviews
It's all that! There are numerous glowing reviews of this pencil, but if you don't own one already you may be asking yourself "Is this pencil really that good?" The answer, in a word: it's better (ok, that was 2 words, or maybe 3 I'm not sure how you count contractions. Call it 2.5)

I have this pencil in black, blue, red, and now Olive! And I must give a BIG shout out to JetPens (& Elizabeth) for customer service that rocks! Short version: (1) an issue arose with my order, (2) JetPens pulled out all the stops and fixed it! Price, selection, and CUSTOMER SERVICE means JetPens is my go to source for office-ernalia. Now, if I can just find a way to tell the world about JetPens without my wife finding out I'm still buying mechanical pencils...
3 people found this helpful
  Several months ago, I..., March 1, 2011
By eve... - See all my reviews
Several months ago, I was looking for a new mechanical pencil. I had been through many different types and I'd finally found a favorite in the Pentel P205 - a superb, well-balanced pencil - but it was time to try something different.

I learned of the Kerry through davesmechanicalpencils.blogspot.com - I read the review and decided to order one. I was a little hesitant at first with the two piece design as I had never had a pencil with a cap before, however, this has quickly become my favorite pencil. I absolutely love it! It has a nice balance and a sophistication to it that I just don't seem to find in other pencils. I only wish they made it in a .3 mm or .4 mm version.

This is a superb pencil - very hard to go wrong with this beauty!
2 people found this helpful
  Hate to be "that guy,"..., September 1, 2013
By mark.schoenenberger - See all my reviews
Hate to be "that guy," but it really bugs me that the body color of this pencil doesn't match the cap. They tried to match the colors, but being made with two different processes, they don't get it right. You can see remnant swirls of the injection pattern of the pearlescent olive plastic in the body. The cap, on the other hand, has a nice metallic finish which appears to be what they were trying to mimic with plastic. The function and feel of this pencil is really nice, but if you're the type of person who spends this much on a pencil, you might be annoyed that the body doesn't match the cap. Perhaps go with the black one as it is less obvious.
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