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Dependable lead at a moment's notice
Paper Mate, with its recognizable two hearts logo, has been providing progressive, performance-driven pens, pencils and correction products for more than 50 years. Today, Paper Mate is introducing a wide range of leading edge, new products that meet the demands of today’s consumers. From students to professionals, Paper Mate continues its love affair with the American public and the world.
The Paper Mate Sharpwriter features a twist advance lead mechanism that means the pencil lead never needs sharpening. The shock-absorbing tip reduces lead breakage for non-stop performance. Non-refillable, the Sharpwriter is handy as a quick, disposable pencil when you need a reliable lead at a moment's notice. The built-in clip allows it to be carried in a pocket or attached to a notebook for added convenience.
Clear, Easy-to-Read Lines
Sharpwriter lines stay sharp thanks to the lead advancement mechanism that prevents the lead from ever going dull--so you can write with confidence.
Cushion Point for Less Breakage
The twist-to-advance tip features a cushion point that adjusts to writing pressure, greatly reducing lead breaking common to conventional mechanical pencils.
Built-In Pocket Clip
The barrel of each Sharpwriter has a pocket clip molded in, allowing hands-free carrying in a shirt or jacket pocket, or attached to the front of a notebook.
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|Point Guard No-Crush Tip||✓|
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|Multiple Ink Colors Available||✓|
|Retractable Version Available||✓||✓|
Half the pencils the lead falls right out of and the others barely work. There is barely enough lead to write a page of word in 1 pencil.Published 1 day ago by Jamie
When you want a pencil, you want at least a semi-sharp pencil.
This is why 0.7 mm or 0. Read more
For some reason these are favorites for our actuary son. He loves these pencils. :) Always a nice stocking stuffer!Published 7 days ago by Karen Anderson
These are the best pencils ever. They write super smooth and the eraser is the best one I've ever used on a pencil. Furthermore, they NEVER break. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Mary-Ellise Schiffer
This pencils works well and feels great when writing. I do not break the lead on these as much as other mechanical pencils.Published 16 days ago by David