Average Customer Review
(3 customer reviews)
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
It was love at first...
, October 6, 2012
It was love at first sight when I first spotted this neat pencil accessory in a
Pencil Talk post a few years back, so I was quite pleased to finally find it
stateside. In addition to working both as a pencil stub extender and a pencil
point protector, it features an extendable twist-advance cap eraser, pocket
clip, and lead degree indicator (covering the range from from 2H to 4B including
F). Users of premium and vintage wooden pencils would likely find this stylish
tool quite pleasing to hold and effective in handling stubs 3-4" in length. It
features a matte silver finish, and its brand and degree markings are subtly
etched in a glossy shinier finish. The pencil stub is easily secured by
tightening the lightly textured grip around it. Its tooth provides a firm grip
without being excessively abrasive like the knurled metal grips of many
leadholders. Highly recommended.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
A superior pencil holder...
, October 30, 2012
A superior pencil holder worthy of making the last bit of a Mono 100 or other
great pencil shine. The knurled grip feels good and rotating the holder to
maintain pencil points is easy. The clip and built in eraser makes this easy to
carry as well. Overall, a very functional and useful writing tool for whoever
likes to use wood cased pencils.
An expensive accessory...
, April 30, 2013
An expensive accessory but once I had it on my hands I knew why.
First, note that it works with pencils with a length of up to 10cm. Unless you
want to have a protruding and large pencil.
The pencil is secured with a mechanism similar to those used in a drill to
secure drill bits, and the eraser uses a screw top system too, you turn it
clockwise to show the eraser little by little, very sophisticated.
And of course, it is lightweight, it might add just the required weight to a
wooden pencil to convert it into a balanced writing utensil. Very useful to
write comfortably with the last bits of those pencils laying around the house.