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

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4.4 (9 reviews)
DescriptionSpecifications
The next generation of high quality color mechanical pencil lead from Pilot! 0.70 mm size.
Model NumberPILOT HRF7C-20-SL
Weight0.2 ounces
ManufacturerPilot
Lead Color Light Blue
Lead Diameter 0.7 mm
Lead Type Color
Quantity in Pack 10

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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
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.
5 people found this helpful
mswcontact
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.
3 people found this helpful
BETTER! WAY BETTER than...
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!
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martin_ec32
This lead is great for...
May 13, 2015
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This lead is great for what it is: non-photo blue 0,7mm lead. It is not fragile, but is still on the softer side. It does lay down great color, and is smooth. A HUGE improvement over colored leads I've used in the past.

However, despite reviews I've read. This does NOT erase well. It does stain the paper, even when using it lightly. This is not an issue if your work is pen & ink destined to be scanned for publication or replication, as it's non-photo and will not cross anywhere near the black threshold. However, for original artwork, it makes it unusable. Erasers tested were Tombow Mono, Prismacolor Kneaded rubber, Staedtler Mars Plastic, and Faber-Castell Dust Free, Note: The amount of staining, and light hue of the lead makes the staining almost a nonissue (and it is for scanned pen & ink), but it is worth noting. Paper used was Canson Sketch paper & Strathmore 400 plate bristol - both had the same results.

All and all, I will continue to use this lead when transferring my sketches to bristol for inking, but have NOT replaced my Prisma Color Col-Erase pencils for sketching.
Ryan Kirby
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