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This is a great pencil....
January 25, 2011
This is a great pencil. I have it in .35mm (like public, mine is old). Will be getting the silver body.
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Oh wow, I have one of...
December 14, 2010
Oh wow, I have one of these that's about 20 years old, I didn't know they were still made. Superb pencil. I still use mine. It attracts attention, at least from engineers -- a coworker even offered to buy it from me. Then he threatened to steal it. ;)

Weight is good, durability (and lifetime) is mostly excellent. Keep in mind the tip at the end is exposed so, while 95% of the pencil is absolutely bomb-proof, that last 5% is vulnerable to bending. For this reason my pencil sees more use at home than on the road.
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Going from a $0.50 pencil...
April 12, 2015
Verified Purchase
Going from a $0.50 pencil to this was a huge change. I couldn't believe this type of pencil existed. Amazing, and feels sturdy in the hands.
Beautiful pencil, and...
April 4, 2015
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Beautiful pencil, and I love the weight it has. I accidentally clogged it up somehow, but no worries. I found out that my mom was an architect, and she used a Rotring Drafting Pencil too!
I got this as a gift...
January 25, 2015
I got this as a gift and it is the best mechanical pencil I have used. The aesthetics of the pencil is the first thing you notice, but the weight and balance are what really make it a pleasure to use. I have had people use it and comment on how nice it feels to write with. I never have an issue with the lead jamming or breaking for that matter. You can't go wrong with this purchase. I do wish the tip would retract but its never been an issue sine I don't tend to carry it in my pocket.
Excellent pencil...
January 8, 2015
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Excellent pencil
I love this mech. pencil....
January 5, 2015
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I love this mech. pencil. This pencil is very heavy, which is really nice. After you get used to the weight, you can notice how high quality this mech. pencil is. And you also notice how low quality plastic mech. pencil are. The only problem with this mech. pencil is that the metal grip may hurt your hand if you hold it too tight. But other than that, I love this mech. pencil!
One complaint. The finish...
January 2, 2015
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One complaint. The finish on the body is not pleasant. It feels like a quality pencil, one I'll be sure not to lose, but it isn't fun to sketch with due to the gritty texture of the body. I find myself wanting to switch to my mostly-plastic Alvin pencil after a few minutes of using this.
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It is super smooth and...
December 19, 2014
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It is super smooth and easy to write with. I especially love the black body, because it's smooth and has a lovely grip (hexagon). It's heavier than normal pencils, which is another plus for me.
After using my Uni Kura...
November 17, 2014
Verified Purchase
After using my Uni Kura Toga Roulette for about 2 years, I decided it was time to get a new pencil to spice up my college work as an Engineering student. Looking around, I've seen on the internet that the Rotring 600 pencil was the one that every avid pencil collector should have in their collection.

At a somewhat pricey $33, I decided to take the leap and see what all the hype was about
The first day I got the pencil, I instantly fell in love with it. From the knurling to the weight of the pencil, its a great pencil for writing, drawing, and drafting.

I say the only gripe I have is that it is a pricey pencil, so if you aren't too keen of taking care of your writing instruments, this kind of investment for a pencil may seem absurd.

But all in all, if you're looking for a good, well balanced, amazing piece of writing engineering, look no further and get the Rotring 600
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