The drafting pencil's biggest upside is definitely how durable and virtually
unbreakable it is. I have a tendency to kind of...beat up my pencil cases
throughout the year because I bring it with me everywhere. It gets scribbled on,
dropped, lost several times, and the reoccurring event of exploding pens. =_=
(It always happens and I don't know why)
My other mechanical pencils, erasers, etc break into several pieces or gets so
contaminated with lead I can not use it anymore. BUT this pencil NEVER EVER
breaks or even dents. I was amazed by the pencil! :O
BUUUUUT there is a big disadvantage too. Maybe it's just me, but I couldn't get
used to holding it. Mainly because the grip is slippery and strange to the
I think it's hilarious that any erasable writing utensil always gets an eraser
unfit for how much the person will use it. The eraser is suuuuper tiny!
Seriously, not even a centimeter. It goes away quick. Sure you can get refills
but every week?
Overall, GREAT durability but kinda awkward to hold~