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I absolutely love this pencil! I've only had it for about three days but it's definitely one that I will use often. I've been wanting a Kuru Toga that DOESN'T rotate since I enjoy the structure of its barrel, and when I came across the Mono Graph on PenAddict, I instantly had to buy it since it reminded me of a Kuru Toga. It isn't very heavy in my opinion, and the clip likes to press against my thumb. ANOTHER THING! I accidentally dropped it the day after I received it and the nib bent and would no longer extend the lead! I was so upset! Fortunately, I managed the realign the nib far enough (by pressing it down on a table) so that it would extend the lead again. So be careful not to drop this pencil!
Tombow Pencil Co., Ltd. of Japan has a long history of product innovation since its founding in 1913. The company started using "tombow" (i.e. "dragon fly" in Japanese) as its trade mark in 1927.
Tombow's most renowned brand is "Mono". Its Mono 100 wooden pencils, Mono Knock erasers, Mono Zero erasers, etc., all have a large fan following. JetPens.com customers have come to love Tombow's Fudenosuke (筆之助) brush pens for their soft and brush-like nib.
The latest product innovation from Tombow includes the AirPress ballpoint pens (known for using air pressure to help dispense ink) and the Zoom 101 fountain pens (known for their light-weight but durable carbon fiber bodies).