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|Model Number||PENTEL C275-2B|
|Shipping Weight||0.22 oz|
2 people found this helpful
Very nice. It's...
, May 22, 2011
Very nice. It's pretty strong so it works for me. But when it comes down to
it...i prefer this over the pentel ain hi-polymer led.
Super cool. If you think that the hi-polymer led dispenser is cool....this is
just awesome! It's sleek and you just turn the top cap to the side to slide the
led out. It fits much better in a pencil case than the ain does b/c there's no
finger thing sticking out of it.
Also, the viewing window is orange tinted which is pretty cool. sorta makes the
leads look orange-ish...^^
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I use this lead for note...
, March 3, 2011
I use this lead for note taking in my Pentel Smash. Stronger than expected,
doesn't crumble and creates a nice dark line.
| Very happy with this...
, May 15, 2013
Very happy with this product. Soft and smooth writing with a very nice darkness.
Easily erases. (I'm used to writing with Hi-Polymer HB but I think I'm going to
switch to this lead :)).
| Soft, smooth and dark....
, March 4, 2013
Soft, smooth and dark. It does break more often than its harder lead
counterparts (B, HB and up) but pressing a bit lighter and using a kuru toga
pencil helps to alleviate breakage. Also must be extended more often than a
harder lead, so a shaker pencil is another good option versus the kuru toga. I
personally like the packaging, it is very easy to stash in my pencil case. I
haven't had a problem getting lead out of it so far.
| This is a great lead...
, December 26, 2012
This is a great lead for writing because of its smoothness and dark
lines--especially for 0.5mm! It does not smear but I feel that it is too soft
to use for mechanical drawings.