The Uni-ball Color series offers six body shades to match lead color in 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm sizes. Its sliding sleeve moves forward to protect against lead breakage, and its springy caps hide a matching color eraser.
This pencil is amazing for it's price. I thought the blue led was a little too
soft, but I bought this pencil to write in normal led, so I didn't try the blue
led for a long time. As a regular writing utensil it is awesome. It holds the
led steady and writes well. I'd very much recommend this pencil, especially for
it's cheap price :)
This mechanical pencil is so much prettier in person than it is in the pictures.
The grip is very comfortable, and the pencil writes and draws with ease. The
lead is soft and the lead colour is also very pretty and easy on the eyes. I
thought it would've been too light of a blue colour, but this shade of blue is
perfect. I never have to squint to see my sketches! I also have no problems with
erasing either, it's very erasable!
I love this pencil. I bought this colour and pink and the softness of the lead
worked perfectly for layout drawing. When I ran out of the blue, I put standard
soft lead into the pencil, and write with it in every class I'm in. The only
thing that needs improvement is the eraser. It's not nearly big enough and has
an odd consistancy.
love the color! yes, lead is soft, but writes beautifully. question, does anyone
have the orange or green lead in this brand? i bought the violet, green, and
orange from this site but another brand...the violet writes as well as this
brand's light blue and pink. The green and orange in the other brand is AWFUL,
very scratchy and very light, even when pressing VERY hard. Was thinking of
buying this brand's orange and green to fit in some pencils i already own, but
as I have one strike already...