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|Model Number||UNI M3-552|
|Shipping Weight||0.50 oz|
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To anyone who dislikes...
, January 20, 2012
To anyone who dislikes this pencil: u right to hard i havent used this pencil
for very long but so far i love it i use this pencil for drawing and have a
light hand (use must to be an artist) so it works perfect for me
My Only dislike is the metal mesh or whatever it is called but it actually isn't
Automatic 5 stars
| Excellent quality for...
, March 8, 2013
Excellent quality for the price. Good weight in hand. I was afraid the lead
would be easy to break but it is fine. (No pun intended). Nice pencil!
| This pencil is a bit...
, January 7, 2013
This pencil is a bit of a mixed bag:
-Very comfortable to write with
-Very smooth writing
-Good lead advancement mechanism
-Not particularly durable. Mine was prone to jamming
-0.3mm lead breaks frequently if you're not careful
-Non-retracting tip is kind of fragile. I'm pretty sure mine got bent in my
backpack, which was responsible for the occasional lead jamming. Had to
disassemble clean the broken pieces out, and reassemble. Takes about 2-3 minutes
and happened every few days or approx 10hrs of writing
-The metal etched grip is good, but once your fingers get sweaty it gets tough
to keep a grip.
Overall it isn't bad, but you must transport it in a hard pencil case to avoid
damage, and it has some annoyances
| I love the feel of this...
, November 18, 2011
I love the feel of this pencil in my hand: Its weight is perfect, its balance is
great and the knurling grip is comfortable and wide enough for my grip. The lid
advancing mechanism seems to be very reliable and the price is very attractive.
| This just may be my favorite...
, April 19, 2009
This just may be my favorite pencil. It is about the same thickness as the
Staedtler 925, but with the metal grip it's bottom heavy, giving the user better
control than with the 925. I also prefer the metal grip over the rubber grip of
the 925, as the rubber attracts a ton of lint. The lead advances just a fraction
of a mm at a time so breakage is held to a minimum. It also includes a clean out
rod, which many pencil manufacturers are beginning to omit. I would choose this
pencil over the others in its class, such as the Zebra Drafix and the Staedtler