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Platinum Pro-Use II 03 Drafting Pencil - 0.3 mm

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Platinum Pro-Use II 03 Drafting Pencil - 0.3 mm - PLATINUM MSD-1500A
  • Platinum Pro-Use II 03 Drafting Pencil - 0.3 mm - PLATINUM MSD-1500A
  • Platinum Pro-Use II 03 Drafting Pencil - 0.3 mm - PLATINUM MSD-1500A
  • Platinum Pro-Use II 03 Drafting Pencil - 0.3 mm - PLATINUM MSD-1500A
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Can a pencil be a muse? Perhaps the designer of this pencil thought so. Its sleek aluminum body is crafted to look like what a precision instrument is meant to be - a tool for creative design. A colored lead indicator located at the base of the guide pipe adds a colorful spark to this drafting pencil.

The Platinum PRO-USE line is available in both a wide and slim body style to suit your preference. Features a 4 mm guide pipe, lead indicator, ribbed metal grip, clip and capped eraser. Available in 0.3, 0.5 and 0.7 mm lead sizes.



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Platinum Pro-Use II 03 Drafting Pencil - 0.3 mm - PLATINUM MSD-1500A+Pentel Stein Enhanced Silica Pencil Lead - 0.3 mm - 2B - PENTEL C273-2B
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Specs
Model NumberPLATINUM MSD-1500A
Shipping Weight0.80 oz
Body Color Silver
Body Material Metal
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Design Style Wide Body
Diameter - Grip 11.8 mm
Diameter - Max 11.8 mm
Eraser Included Yes
Grip Color Silver
Grip Material Metal
Knurled Finger Grip No
Lead Diameter 0.3 mm
Lead Grade Indicator Yes
Lead Sleeve Length 4.1 mm
Length - Body 12.9 cm
Sleeve Type Fixed
Tip Material Metal

Reviews
4 people found this helpful
  This is the coolest looking..., February 17, 2011
By astrowarrior - See all my reviews
This is the coolest looking drafting pencil in my arsenal of 13.
the only negative thing about this hot piece of pencil is it is lacking the percussive click in the lead advance dept. (like a rotring 600 or staedtler 925). Its more of a quiet metal against metal *shik*. If you like to draw and rock head turning gear...buy it nerd!
1 person found this helpful
  The pro-use II 0.3 mm..., December 2, 2011
By patricia4052 - See all my reviews
The pro-use II 0.3 mm is a kick-ass mechanical pencil. The weight is just right a little more towards the front with a stubby barrel and an elegant taper past the middle. This thing rests absolutely perfect in the nook of my thumb and forefinger, it's finger-candy. Best of all this entire pencil is either made of metal or brushed aluminum, even the tube where the leads are stored, the only thing plastic is the eraser. I don't care for fat pencils at all so I was hesitant on purchasing the Pro-Use II, but the other reviews convinced me otherwise. Apon receiving it I was happy to see that the barrel was the same size as Super Promecha in diameter.
Overall I am extremely happy with my purchase and plan on ordering the Pro-Use II 0.5mm next. Also, as far as customer service service goes Jetpens is top knotch. My original order was sent to someone else by fault of the USPS, they did nothing to resolve the problem. I contacted Jetpens and they sent me a new order in just a few days. Hands down the best...









1 person found this helpful
  This pencil is fantastic...., November 7, 2009
By mar... - See all my reviews
This pencil is fantastic. It is a little shorter than standard but not obnoxiously so. It has a good weight and perfect balance. It's really cheap considering the quality. Your hand rests in it comfortably, and the body seems sturdy. I am a little horrified about the tip and how that will hold up however, as it seems like that may be the first to go.

It was one of the best purchases I have made on Jet Pens.
  I was on the fence about..., October 1, 2014
By onimata - See all my reviews
I was on the fence about buying this pencil for almost 6 months. The only thing preventing me from giving this product a 5 star rating is the price. A quick search on amazon.jp can get you the previous model for nearly a fourth of this price. HOWEVER, for fellow stationary collectors, or for artists who prefer smaller, compact lines and a sleek grip, it is entirely worth the price. The body itself is much prettier in person, and although the size is much smaller than I predicted, it turned out to be incredibly comfortable. That might not be the case for someone with larger hands, I suppose. I think as someone mentioned before, the tip is extremely delicate. I haven't bent mine or anything, but did notice that the lead leans in the tip just a bit making it easy to break unless you use very light pressure and stroke in the right direction. The body has some serious weight to it, much more than you would think for something so small, so it may be too heavy for a shirt pocket or something like the sort. So far the body hasn't picked up any scratches from being jostled in a pencil bag either, so that may be something you don't have to worry about. All and all, a good durable buy.
1 person found this helpful
  Great Mechanical Pencil!!!..., May 22, 2010
By gam... - See all my reviews
Great Mechanical Pencil!!!
Pro Everything you could ask for from a pencil
Con The .3 tip is a little to thin one drop can badly hurt it's tip and bending it back is a pain
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