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|Model Number||STAEDTLER 92535-20N|
|Shipping Weight||0.85 oz|
||Metallic Dark Blue
||Drafting Pencil Style
|Diameter - Grip
|Diameter - Max
||Metallic Dark Blue
|Knurled Finger Grip
|Lead Grade Indicator
|Lead Sleeve Length
|Length - Body
| Fantastic value and fast...
, June 6, 2013
Fantastic value and fast shipping! This lead holder will not disappoint!
| While researching for...
, May 2, 2012
While researching for sketching supplies I noticed a lack of reviews everywhere
I went. So hopefully this helps someone! Review your purchases people!
I use this lead holder for sketching every day.
Pros: Decent weight. Knurled grip is nice. Metal body makes this tool feel
sturdy. Clutch system is satisfying (I enjoy clicking several times to extend
the lead precisely). Dark Blue with chrome highlights looks professional. Lead
indicator indicates. Clip prevents rolling (if there weren't a clip... then
rolling would be a con). Not Rotring expensive.
Personal Cons: I could use more weight and a sharper tooth to the knurled grip.
The color fades off of the knurled grip after extended use.
TL;DR - Great investment if you will use it every day! Works, feels, and looks
like a pen twice it's price.
| Very nice pencil. No...
, January 23, 2013
Very nice pencil. No eraser, but that's a little con.
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just to clarify, of course...
, August 20, 2011
just to clarify, of course there is no eraser under the cap. Doyeee!
| Again...No instructions...
, May 14, 2012
Again...No instructions with product. After fussing with the d^mn thing I
FINALLY got the "shipped with" lead out and the blue lead I had in.
Hint...Unscrew the very front tip holder and plunge the top down and watch how
I like it and it. Nice weight and ease of use. Once you figure it out. I mean
C'mon. I can find instructions on building an atom bomb on the internet. I
guess i will just have to go it alone to figure out how I sharpen the leads.
Sorry, JetBob but lack of instructions really irritate me after I spend $91.00
on a bunch of products that have instructions in only Japanese or none at all.
Maybe that is why the extra $15.00 at the art store is necessary.