Uni Mitsubishi Lead Holder - 2 mm - F

Uni Mitsubishi Lead Holder - 2 mm - F

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4.4 (5 reviews)
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This lead holder is perfect for drafting, construction, drawing, and design! It's easy to use and features a simple design that doesn't tire your hand even after a long period of use. It also comes with a removable clip. The clutch has a strong grip on the lead, preventing the lead from wobbling as you draw. Varying cap colors for the different lead grades help you easily identify the lead holder you need. In addition, the No Mark holder is not marked with a lead grade, giving you flexibility to switch lead grades for the holder. The Red holder with no lead grade mark is meant for red lead.

Holders for the following lead grades are available, listed from softest to hardest: 4B, 3B, 2B, B, HB, F, H, 2H, 3H, and 4H. A holder for red lead is also available.

One 2 mm F lead is included.

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The best 2mm holder for...
July 10, 2011
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The best 2mm holder for the money; Only thing I would change is have the full pencil in hexagonal shape plastic without abrasive metal grip, place a lead sharpener in the cap and you have a beauty. Perfect color with gold letter. I have the 0.5mm with gold letter from the late 80's (it's a beauty) and is fully plastic with no annoying metal grip.

Hopefully Uni will make this 2mm pencil in full plastic one day as described above, same burgundy/brown color with a 0.5mm pencil to have a nice matching set.
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This 2mm clutch pencil...
January 15, 2013
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This 2mm clutch pencil is good for writing, drafting or sketching. It is made mainly out of plastic (the cap, barrel and inner chamber). The pocket clip is thin but is useable. Each pencil has it's own grade marked, so if you want to use various grades of lead you'll need a few of these pencils in their designations. I kind of wished it had a rotating grade indicator but with some of the lower costing pencils they aren't very well implemented. The clutch is a 3 prong which I feel is not as good as with a four prong like in the Koh-i-noor or Faber Castell pencils, but the lead is held quite firmly. I saw jaw markings on the lead after a few uses.
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Having continued to use...
December 15, 2007
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Having continued to use this leadholder for longer drawing sessions, I'd recommend covering the rather abrasive knurled metal finger grip section with a plastic pencil grip or tennis wrap to avoid sore fingers. Especially if you tend to grip your pencils tightly, that knurled grip can really leave your fingers hurting the following day. Posted a close up picture of my grip solutions on my Dec 11th blog entry http://robotninjamonsters.blogspot.com/
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Light and comfortable...
December 11, 2007
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Light and comfortable to use. Quality seems higher than the average leadholders currently sold in office supplies stores (which no longer seem to be made in Germany). The gold type on the maroon barrel and brown push-button looks quite nice and clearly indicate the hardness for a smooth workflow. It would have been nice if it had a built-in sharpener, but a good value nonetheless.
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we have used them every...
May 7, 2015
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we have used them every day in the shop for years and love it.