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Gel Ink Pens
I just received my order today and can I say what an amazing pencil it is already! I spent the last three hours testing, drawing and random writing to see what the capabilities of this magnificent pencil is. It's not too heavy (which I value a lot), it's sturdy, and the lead retracts when you open clip. It even lets you "label" (it has this cool feature where you can change the label of lead you have just in case you want to remind yourself what type of lead you have such as, HB, 2HB, B, etc.. By turning the grip! *^*) No wonder customers have given it terrific ratings! :D I definitely recommend this to you! (But I guess it depends on the customer..)
The name "Pentel" is derived from the combination of "pen" and "tell" and was originally the name of a product line. In 1971 however, Pentel Co., Ltd. of Japan adopted it as its company name after the product line of sign pens became wildly successful.
Originally founded in 1897, this writing instrument manufacturer is primarily known for its intelligently designed Pentel "Sharp" (i.e. Japanese way of calling a mechanical pencil). Other fan favorites include the metallic body Graphgear line, the variegated Graph series, and the all American beauty Kerry series.
Recently, Pentel entered the gel ink pen and brush pen categories. Both its Slicci gel ink pen and Pocket brush pen have been well received by its customers.