You get lead! This pencil is just the best. Its light and I think just the right
thickness. When I draw, thats the exact opposite of what I want but when I'm
taking notes, it's just so nice. I think I would get angry and stop focusing if
I went back to a normal pencil. Everything about this pencil feels great. Even
the knock. The only thing that I'm not fond of is how there is a little
suspension, less than a millimeter, but it is necessary for the turning
mechanism so get used to it. There's no reason not to get spoiled by this
pencil. Just buy it now.
My favorite pencil. The grip is metal with rubber dots. You unscrew the tip and
twist the grip to denote which lead type is in your pencil. Includes labels from
2b to 2h. This pencil is just so beautiful and feels great to hold. I've never
had any kind of jam and the lead never breaks compared to normal pencils. For
just taking notes for long periods of time, I would suggest the kurutoga since
this pencil is heavy and has rough grip.
I love using this. It holds three pens per section well and theres 5 sections. I
just wish there were something to hold things like erasers or pencil lead.
Pretty much all you will put in this are pencil length objects so no scissors,
or compasses unless they're exactly pen length. Just barely holds my tachikawa
40 but its no problem. Can't really get much better than how it is though. It
just looks so awesome.