|Model Number||TOMBOW SH-OLS04|
|Diameter - Grip||12.5 mm|
|Diameter - Max||13.8 mm|
|Knurled Finger Grip||No|
|Lead Diameter||0.5 mm|
|Lead Grade Indicator||No|
|Lead Sleeve Length||4.2 mm|
|Length - Body||14.8 cm|
August 15, 2013
Wow! So I just got this...
Wow! So I just got this today in the mail and it was soooo amazing! I can't put it down! It's super comfortable to use and I actually really like the "body knock" thing. I'm a pretty big pencil buyer from here so on top of the fairly cheap price, I think it's overall just an awesome pencil. I haven't had any problems with it and the lead hasn't broken on me. The grip on it is ridiculously comfortable and I just like the weight of the pencil--not too heavy but just right. Helps for long nights of drawing! Hope you guys will enjoy it too!
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December 17, 2013
Alright, I'm going to...
Alright, I'm going to be writing a review not specifically about this majestic, heavenly pencil, but a comparison between it and its predecessor, the "regular" Tombow Olno. This review is written exclusively to help the reader to decide between the 5 dollar Olno, or spend an extra 5 bucks and get the Olno Swift.
First thing I noticed when I got the Swift was that the grip seemed to be larger and more pliable than the Olno. It looked amazing, and when I took it out of my pencil pouch the day after it arrived, every eye in the room seemed to be drawn to the writing utensil that I held. I simply love it.
SIMILARITIES: Both Olnos have the incredibly unique way of advancing lead, by "simply bending the pencil." If you haven't read the description of this pencil yet, feel free to check it out above this post, to the right of the picture. Of course, you have already checked it. Both Olnos feature undeniably big grips, which pretty much makes up half of the pencil itself.
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TWO: Alright, this is where the similarities end and significant upgrades happen. When checking out the material the Swift is made of, the entire top of the pencil is solid metal, (maybe also the clip?)and simply FEELS so much STURDIER; as opposed to the all-plastic Olno. This also makes it very much top-heavy, if you're into that. Eraser is also the same, but if you are a perfectionist like me, you never use any eraser on a mechanical pencil, no matter how dire the situation is. A SIGNIFICANT CHANGE is that the metal sleeve is long for a mechanical pencil, it is at least 4 mm, and makes the Swift feel much like a DRAFTING PENCIL.
Writing this post, I realized that I am extremely biased, and yes, I will try to convince you to buy this pencil over it's predecessor. Everything about this pencil is perfection, from sleeve to eraser. However, if you're still on that fine line between a 5 dollar pencil and it's SIGNIFICANTLY UPGRADED BIONICALLY ENHANCED evolution for a mere sum of 5 measly dollars, I have one thing to say to you. If you really love stationary, and spend hours of your day browsing though a wonderful website called Jetpens.com, 5 dollars isn't much to you. With no more money than your daily Latte drink, you can me a proud owner of this wonderful pencil. With this, I leave you to your decision.
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February 7, 2014
Just like the cheapie...
Just like the cheapie version, this thing is amazing. It has the added heft and the attached clip is nice so the thing wont roll away like the cheaper version. But both are so worth the money and the natural flex click is just the best design in the world.