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I ordered this alongside...
April 15, 2011
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I ordered this alongside the 0.5mm KT, and I can say the exact same things - it's great. One 'gotcha' with the 0.3mm though is that the lead is so thin that the rotation doesn't do quite as much as on the 0.5mm. It still works, though the difference isn't quite as dramatic. I've read that certain types of lead wear more slowly which makes a difference (I have the HB AIN lead currently) so that may help as well.
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Purchased for my sister....
March 22, 2015
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Purchased for my sister. According to her...USE YOUR OWN LEAD don't use the one that comes with it.
- Beautiful engineering
- Lead rotates on it's own!
- Grip A++ feels nice in my hand

- The lead that comes with it is not conductive to my writing style. It breaks every three letters.
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Fan. Tastic. I never...
April 16, 2009
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Fan. Tastic.

I never noticed before owning this pen that I actually developed a twitch wherein I would manually rotate my pencil every word or so to avoid an ultra-sharp point on the lead. I have to train myself out of that habit with the kuru toga, because my manual rotation keeps the pencil from doing what it says it will. However, with an unmoving hand, this pencil is wonderful. The 0.3 lead has the strength of an 0.7 with a nice, ultra-fine line.
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WOW This pencil actually...
April 3, 2009
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WOW This pencil actually does what it says it does!!
I'm impressed with hoe consisdent the line quality is.
The pencil is light and feels solid during writting.
The grips on the front of the pencil are well made.
I love the see through window that allos you to see the gears moving.

Overall a VERY reliable pencil.

Now, if they would just make one out of all aluminum I would be sooo all over an alunimum one lol
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0.3 lead is too small...
August 10, 2015
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0.3 lead is too small to trigger the auto rotation, and I quickly realized that .3 lead is just not worth buying a whole pen for. 0.5 lead should get the job done just fine and maybe the rotation on the bigger sizes will actually keep it sharp, making it equally valuable as a .3 for details. (I guess .3 is always sharp relatively just because it's so small.)
The writing is so smooth...
February 16, 2015
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The writing is so smooth with this pencil! The lead has not broken once, and this is a 0.3mm lead! It is very comfortable to use.
Great pencil. Love the...
August 29, 2012
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Great pencil. Love the feel. My go to pencil for detail work.
Great pencil! Love using...
June 20, 2012
Great pencil! Love using it! Mine's orange, and I love that no one else in the office can mistake it for one of their own boring drab pencils. Auto-rotating lead and a clear mechanism make this a great pencil.
This is a fantastic pencil!...
October 25, 2008
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This is a fantastic pencil! It writes incredibly thin. The Kuru Toga Engine is a marvel of engineering. I don't ever want to be without one.
Not my Style. This...
March 15, 2012
Not my Style.

This pencil writes thinner lines as advertised and the turning lead is very annoying because your letters on paper do not have consistent weight.
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