Rotring Tikky Mechanical Pencil - 1.0 mm - Burgundy with Color Coding

Rotring Tikky Mechanical Pencil - 1.0 mm - Burgundy with Color Coding

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With its cool, unique look and glossy body, the Rotring Tikky mechanical pencil is a stylish and functional addition to any pen case. It sports the trademark Rotring red ring around its middle and has a triangular upper body. The grip has an alternating pattern of rubber and the plastic barrel. The rubber is soft to the touch for comfortable writing, and its plastic body makes for a lightweight tool. This mechanical pencil contains a brass mechanism which allows for precise lead advancement. A fixed lead pipe prevents lead breakage and offers a clear view of writing and drawing. The pencil has a strong clip and capped eraser. It also features ISO 3098 color coding near the eraser cap that indicates lead size to help you find the pencil you need quickly.

The pencil comes with Rotring Hi-Polymer HB lead.

Rotring 1.0 mm pencils are equivalent to standard 0.9 mm pencils and work with 0.9 mm leads. The name is a German distinction that recognizes that the 0.9 mm pencil lead diameter is actually closer to 1.0 mm.

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Customer Reviews

Tikky pencils are very...
June 8, 2016
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Tikky pencils are very solid writers. I purchased a set of 3 with the 0.35 mm, 0.5 mm, and the 0.7 mm and I wanted to complete my collection. Lead does not wobble during writing and the long lead sleeve is good for precision. In fact, the Paper Mate Precision is actually a rebranded Tikky.
Good one, easy to us...
March 19, 2015
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Good one, easy to use
A nice pencil, feels...
September 2, 2014
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A nice pencil, feels great in the hand, but alas it's not a 1.0 mm. I'm not sure of the exact measurement of the lead since I don't own a micrometer, but I could only get 0.9 mm lead into it. Autopoint 1.0 mm leads wouldn't fit, and anything smaller in diameter than 0.9 mm was too loose in the barrel.