Average Customer Review
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful
These are my favorite...
, December 10, 2008
These are my favorite brand of colored leads for mechanical pencils (not that
there's a whole lot to choose from!) I like them slightly better then the
Uniball leads, although those are really high quality as well. These erase
slightly better than the Uniball ones. The lead is really soft, so the only
downside is you go through them really fast. But I prefer softer leads anyway so
I'm used to it and it's not a big deal, they're well worth it!
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Pilot Eno Neox are...
, July 25, 2008
The Pilot Eno Neox are fantastic!! The BEST of the colored MP leads I've found.
I have these in Blue, Red, Green, Orange, and Violet. Excellent quality, GREAT
colors! Highly recommended!
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
Nice color but extremely...
, April 20, 2012
Nice color but extremely hard to erase, especially if you're doing under drawing
for inking comics. Is there anything better out there?
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
These leads are fantastic....
, September 8, 2012
These leads are fantastic. The comments about not being able to erase are untrue
IF you choose the proper eraser to use. The stock eraser on the Eno pencils
doesn't work, but the Factis black 80 hand eraser does the job well. These leads
give a good solid line with rich color and an easy, soft feel. I wish they came
in 0.9 mm as well, but I haven't found that yet.
I love the lead colors...
, November 12, 2012
I love the lead colors in this product line--they're bright and saturated. I use
them a lot for my underdrawings, especially because they erase well. On the
downside, I use a heavy hand when sketching, so the soft lead snaps quite often
:s I'll either have to invest in more of these refill packs or use a softer
touch when drawing with this lead...
I am addicted to these...
, August 17, 2012
I am addicted to these leads. As long as you use them on some decent-quality
bristol board and don't press the dickens out of them, they are easier to erase
than most other blue pencils. They are NOT non-repro so they will scan, but the
techniques I use to eliminate pencil digitally work flawlessly.
The lead does get eaten up pretty quickly - depending on what kind of paper you
use. I find that my rougher sketchbook chomps it down a lot faster than my comic
The best lead, and the only pencil I'm comfortable using. Wooden pencils just
can't stay as sharp as their mechanical counterparts. Jetpens has the best
price. I usually will do all of my supply shopping here to take advantage of the
$25+ free shipping.