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So this pencil is TINY....
January 10, 2014
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So this pencil is TINY. Like, really really tiny. It didn't register how small it actually is until I was holding it in my hand. I can't use it for too long or my hands starts to ache from gripping such a small object. Recommended for the more petite if you plan to use it for longer stretches.
That said! I really like this little thing and will be ordering a few more in different colours. It's very sturdy, has a good weight to it (really!) and clips securely. The eraser is nothing to write home about, but it doesn't streak or crumble or anything.
I found a surprising use for it that I feel the need to share. On a lark, I used this instead of my primary mechanical pencil (large, heavy, 0.5) for a few study pages in my sketchbook, and found myself unconsciously drawing smaller, tighter lines. I wound up filling the page with about twice as many little diagrams as I normally would have, with notations crammed into the tightest spaces, even though the lead size is the same as I usually use. I definitely wouldn't use it for loose, shaded sketches, but it's going to be right at home with the kit I use to doodle in coffee shops or on the train.
It looks nice, feels nice, is extremely portable and I'm not afraid of possibly breaking it despite its size.
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Very nice, well made,...
July 28, 2015
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Very nice, well made, mechanism works flawlessly.
bookworm483
This pencil although...
December 29, 2014
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This pencil although very small, it is hard to get a very good grip on it. However, the slim style makes it easy to store but easy to lose at the same time! The clip works okay, but I suggest not to use it too much! This pencil for me seems a little hard to write neatly with. I would suggest the Ohto mech pencil.
ImperialKingYuri312
Very Happy with this...
October 19, 2014
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Very Happy with this purchase. Just what I was looking for in a smaller pencil!
ambrosi.mark
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