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Alvin DM07 Draft-Matic Mechanical Pencil 0.7mm

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  • DRAFT/MATIC MECH PENCIL No. DM07
  • Lead Sleeve: 4mm, fixed
  • Built-in eraser under cap.
  • Lead Size: 0.7mm
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameALVIN
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions6.4 x 1.1 x 0.3 inches
Item model numberDM07
Manufacturer Part NumberDM07
  
Additional Information
ASINB000HF6I90
Best Sellers Rank #7,720 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 5, 2006
  
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Product Description

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Draft/Matic Mech Pencil 0.7MM

Product Description

The Alvin Draft/Matic DM07 is used as a drafting tool, freehand drawing, and writing instrument tool.

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Customer Reviews

The knurling is very course and rough.
Joobah
This is a terrific pencil for doing technical drawings or just everyday use.
Julia
A well made pencil that has a good feel to it.
M

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By C. C. Reinhardt on February 17, 2009
I have been using this mech Pencil through its many incarnations. Each time it changed owners I was tasked with finding it yet again. When I purchase this pencil it is in groups of 5 to 10 units. I am a professional Engineer and have relied on the mech Pencil possibly for over 15 years. I have yet to find its equal in all aspects.
The only drawback to this pencil is that if you drop it (by accident) point down on a hard floor, most likely it will be damaged beyond repair/use. Thats one reason why I purchase more than a few at a time.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Carl D. Antone on February 28, 2010
These pencils are a joy to work with. Each size: .35, .50., .70, .90 is color-coded on the barrel. Each barrel is a single color: yellow, black, blue, and red. The barrels are rubberized over (probably) brass for a great solid feel. There is absolutely no slack movement to the pencil at all. It feels like one piece when you are writing with it. The pleasingly different barrel colors make it easy to identify each lead size whilst working. A normal 2mm white vinyl eraser is hidden behind the end cap. The eraser is Staedler-Mars-quality, i.e., the best in class, albeit small. The grip is a finely finished knurl that is easy to hold and won't torch soft fingers. It's more finely crafted than Chinese or Taiwanese-made pencils by a longshot. Mine were made in Germany, as indicated on the chrome-colored clip.

The advance mechanism works smoothly for all sizes and the lead tube seems very solid. Cleaning the broken leads from the pencil is pretty easy using the cleaning rod included (inserted) on the eraser under the end cap. I use 2B leads in all my pencils and the mechanism in the D-O-M held them in place with no sagging and no breakage due to the tube. The lead advance was uniform throughout the range -- which is rare for pencils in this price range.

I should emphasize that Miller Blueprint in Austin, Texas used to sell these for $6.95 each until they were discontinued in 2009 (I can't comment on when or if Miller will carry them again): This is the best pencil you can buy for that price anymore. The Koh-I-Noor rapidograph mechanical pencils have transferred from made in Germany to Made In China within the last 10 years and the quality has dropped to "do not buy -- use a Papermate instead." The Koh-I-Noors were the only pencil that even comes close for the price.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By dolphins on September 5, 2009
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I purchased this pencil because of the great reviews. I like mechanical pencils because they don't have to be constantly sharpened to look nice on the page. However, I have gone through a lot of them. I decided it would be worth the money to invest in one that would last!

This is a WONderful pencil! It writes beautifully, is comfortable to use and I don't spend 1/2 my writing time advancing lead (due to breakage). I have to order 3 more in order to be able to keep my own. My husband wants one, my college freshman needs a good pencil for his math course and my 8th grader is constantly borrowing mine for pre-algebra. We all agree that we've never used a mechanical pencil as good as this one! It's worth the investment - you'll not be sorry!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By G. Rosario on April 25, 2008
High quality mechanical pencil. This product has a solid feel, perfect weight and grip, excellent lead "shock absorber" mechanism, and is very durable.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Marold HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on September 18, 2011
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I do not draft, I do not draw, and I don't even write much with a pencil, but this particular model is a God-send. When I recently went to my local Staples for a new mechanical pencil, I saw all sorts of fat, rubber encased "comfortable to hold" models from such reliable names as Pentel and Papermate. I wanted something good, but not expensive, as I might get from Cross and Parker. So these looked like really good bets, to replace my old yellow Bics, whose only problem was that they were hard on the fingers (they were very reliable, worked like a charm.) But these new guys, whether 0.5 or 0.7 mm, just seemed to develop problems virtually right out of the plastic and cardboard hanger package. Usually, the little nub down near the business end, where the lead comes out of the pen, would fall out. On my third trip to Staples, I could find no "no nonsense" pencils, even among the drafting supplies. So here I am at Amazon, trying out a pencil by a well-known drafting supplies brand. And, it works like a charm. Nothing ever falls off, and it is not appreciably less comfortable than the padded variety. It is preferable to the old reliable Bics in that it has a better heft, plus an abrading near the bottom to give your fingers good traction. I'm here to get a second one of these, because I don't want to risk losing one, and being without.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By F. Cueto on June 5, 2010
I have only used it for a week, but I'm very pleased with the mechanical pencil! Nice grip. It feels quite sturdy, I have a feeling this will be a mechanical pencil that will serve me for many years to come. I'm glad I spent a bit more for a high-quality product.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C N L on June 29, 2009
I use this pencil all the time. It's ultra durable, and it's good for all manner of usage. Specifically, I have found that it's especially useful for drawing and doodling. The metal tip even prevents the lead from breaking off while writing--a plus if you've ever used regular mechanical pencils. At under ten dollars, it's a great bargain as well.

In short, I really love this pencil. =)
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