Pilot Color Eno Neox Mechanical Pencil Lead - 0.7 mm - Soft Blue

Pilot Color Eno Neox Mechanical Pencil Lead - 0.7 mm - Soft Blue

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The next generation of high quality color mechanical pencil lead from Pilot! 0.70 mm size.

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EXCELLENT!! I've been...
June 23, 2012
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EXCELLENT!! I've been looking for a lead like this for years. It's non-photo blue, erases easily without leaving a residue, and is covered by both copic multiliner ink and india ink without beading or adhesion issues. The 0.7mm size doesn't break easily. If you want a non-photo blue pencil you don't have to sharpen, pop this in a 0.7mm pencil and go to town.
6 people found this helpful
this container holds...
July 7, 2010
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this container holds 10 pieces. not too hard but not too soft either. very easy to work work with.
5 people found this helpful
February 17, 2013
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BETTER! WAY BETTER than the regular Pilot Eno soft blue lead! The cheaper Eno lead wears down SOOOOOOO quickly. However, this ENO NEOX lead does NOT! I just tested it and I did NOT have to frequently advance the lead.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for those who LOVE to use light blue lead!
4 people found this helpful
It's got a nice light...
September 1, 2010
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It's got a nice light color and is very easy to erase, and is very fun to sketch with. I wish this brand did .5 mm color lead too.
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In spite of good reviews...
August 18, 2015
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In spite of good reviews here and from other artists, I can't recommend these leads the way others have. The colour is fine, the line is smooth and not-too-light/not-too-dark, though its waxiness makes it too shiny to see if the light/glare hits the paper wrong. The line erases completely with a Pentel Ain Hi-Polymer eraser. But the leads are fragile. I have a light touch, and I've tried them in several mechanical pencils, but at the end of a drawing session my lap looks like I've been eating a cupcake with blue sprinkles. I'm soldiering on with these until I find something better.

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