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For those of you trying...
March 15, 2012
For those of you trying to find an equivelant non-photo blue pencil lead on this site try pilot color eno neox or uni-ball color soft blue. The uni-ball lead does not fade as quickly in sunlight than the regular eno, but i have not tried the neox yet.
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artist_40k
The good points: - It...
June 2, 2013
The good points:
- It does not smudge(maybe slightly sometimes)
-100% erasable(much better than Pentel or Uni-Ball)

The bad points:
- It fades away in the light!
-Too light, lacks more saturation
-Wears down extremely fast!!!!!
- 0.7 mm, Pilot could produce a 0.5mm version.

Overall it s a good lead, my 2nd favorite. However, Pilot NEOX is better!
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desenhistafernandobrazuna
Beautiful blue. Easy...
February 20, 2012
Beautiful blue. Easy to sketch with, creamy color and lay down on card stock. It does erase cleanly with some pressure if you've made a heavier and darker mark. But if you are looking for a pencil lead that will not reproduce in from scanners for clean line art, this is a really good lead.

Though I did notice that it wore down fairly quickly when sketching with it. Will have to buy more to assure a steady supply as I think it is a softer lead than for average mechanical pencils.

Still, well worth it to finally have smudge free clean line art!
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koinijikoimizu
LOVE THIS! The blue lead...
January 17, 2012
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LOVE THIS! The blue lead is not too dark but not too light. It's just the perfecet shade.
However, I don't like that if I go a little too hard with it, the blue color won't erase or will smudge a little. I also wish they had smaller size blue lead, since I only own about two 0.7mm pencils.
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j.contrairre
http://davesmechanicalpencils....
May 11, 2016
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http://davesmechanicalpencils.blogspot.com/2007/11/great-blue-challenge.html?m= 1

This link has made up my mind about these leads. is a very thorough review and I am pleased with the findings.
athalonklamath
This lead is the perfect...
April 1, 2016
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This lead is the perfect option for an artist who needs to have their sketches not show up when photocopying. It is light, easy to erase (if you choose to), and won't interfere with lining pens.
Abigail Rose
It really does work if...
March 13, 2016
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It really does work if you want to scan a drawing sketched with this and outlined with ink. The lead has the feel of a color pencil and if you're very heavy handed it could break (if a lot sticks out from the end).
This is also good for lefties and for those who don't like wasting too much graphite lead.
Timegauntlet
I love it! I use it for...
February 3, 2016
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I love it! I use it for all my drawings!
philiphazell
Perfect non-photo/non...
December 30, 2015
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Perfect non-photo/non re-pro blue lead. I like them because they are soft. I do not get that scratchy feeling that I get with other non-photo blue lead. Also, when I erase, the blue line disappear (almost).
james.turner.jr
I really like the soft...
December 28, 2015
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I really like the soft blue color. It holds its pigment well, compared to the red lead, which seems more pinkish than red at times.
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