Tombow Mono 100 Pencil - 3B - Pack of 12

$28.00
Only 2 left in stock.
5.0 (2 reviews)
DescriptionSpecifications
For many pencil users, the Mono 100 by Tombow is one of the best wooden pencils ever made. The model is a favorite among draftsmen, designers, other professionals, and students, and was popularly requested by JetPens customers. The pencils require only a soft touch when writing, feature break-resistant high-density graphite lead, and have beautiful glossy black paint finishes. An impressive range of 17 lead grades is available. The lead grades are as follows, listed from softest to hardest: 6B, 5B, 4B, 3B, 2B, B, HB, F, H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H, 7H, 8H, and 9H.

This is a set of 12 unsharpened pencils in a plastic case.

Model NumberTOMBOW MONO-1003B BUNDLE
Weight5.9 ounces
ManufacturerTombow
Body Color Black
Body Shape Hexagonal
Color Set No
Diameter - Max 7.8 mm
Eraser Included No
Eraser Refillable No
Gift Set No
Lead Color Black
Lead Hardness 3B
Lead Type Graphite
Length - Body 17.7 cm
PEFC-Certified No
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Total price if bought separatedly: $28.20
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Customer Reviews

Fantastic Pencil! I buy...
December 12, 2010
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Fantastic Pencil! I buy the normal mono, but I like the idea of buying in bulk and the variety. I can't tell a huge difference between the 100's and normal mono. I feel these 3B's are darker and smoother than the a 5B derwent. I do notice the lead is smear resistant.
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bigcheech84
Oh yeah, jetpens has...
October 29, 2009
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Oh yeah, jetpens has now Tombow Mono 100 pencils in stock. Awesome pencils.
Love the 3H, HB and 3B grades. Along with Mitsubishi Hi Uni easily the best pencils in the world.

Go get them.

ps. I wish jetpens would also get blue and red Tombow and or Mitsubishi pencils used for preliminary drawing, sketching, marking in books/newspapers, etc. Here is a link how they look;
http://www.penciltalk.org/2009/03/red-and-blue-pencils-vii-tombow-and-mitsubis hi
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