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Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green

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Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
  • Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
  • Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
  • Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
  • Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
  • Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
  • Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
  • Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
  • Tombow Olno Body Knock Mechanical Pencil - 0.5 mm - Pistachio Green - TOMBOW SH-OL67
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The Tombow OLNO (derived from "oruno" which means "bend" in Japanese) mechanical pencil, features a unique design mechanism that allows the user to extend pencil lead by simply bending the body. The body can be bent in any direction, making it very easy for writers or drawers to extend lead without changing their grip at all. In addition, there is a standard clicker for extending lead using the top knock button, which removes from the pencil body to become a small hand-held eraser. Unscrew the pencil body above the grip area to insert refill lead.

Pencil dimensions: 5.6 inches (14.3 cm) long and 0.5 inches (13 mm) in diameter at widest point on grip.





Specs
Model NumberTOMBOW SH-OL67
Shipping Weight0.55 oz

Reviews
3 people found this helpful
  It's a really cool pencil...., November 19, 2011
By fro... - See all my reviews
It's a really cool pencil. But if you get graphite on the rubber grip, it's extremely difficult to get off. :( The clicker is amazing though. If you're into different types of pencils, then this is the one to buy.
2 people found this helpful
  The way I hold my pencils,..., September 7, 2011
By michelle16302 - See all my reviews
The way I hold my pencils, this pencil is perfect for me because I don't even have to adjust my grip to increase the lead :D The grip is comfortable, the top clicking thing is amazing, the lead is amazing, ... perfect.
  I have all kinds of pencils..., February 7, 2014
By jev... - See all my reviews
I have all kinds of pencils and I too find myself reaching for this one all the time. It works great for math and for solving problems... The eraser is absolute crap, but I normally use a block eraser so no bigs. People who try it fall in love with the flex click advance. It really is the way to go. I have had no real issues with a soft lead (3B) and the whole thing comes apart very easy to clean out and broken pieces if you drop it.

The colors are super fun and bright, and you can spot your pencil a mile away, which is nice.

Just buy it
3 people found this helpful
  Here are some things..., June 21, 2012
By the... - See all my reviews
Here are some things I would have liked to have known before I bought this pencil. First of all the whole bendy thing. It is not implying that the pencil is flexible. When one bends it at the middle it clicks out more lead. This makes it easier to write quickly because you do not have to keep dispensing lead by pushing the top. Which brings me to my next point, the top thingy is not an eraser. I thought it was and am somewhat disappointed it isn't. I don't like to carry separate erasers in my bag. So basically the only thing that makes this pencil different is the large amount of grippy on 2/3 of the pencil and this bend-dispense function. Is it worth 5 bucks? No totally not worth 5 bucks. Would I buy it again? Probably not.
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