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Pentel introduced the first Sharp Automatic Pencil in 1962. Over 50 years later it remains a top seller and one of the favorites among mechanical pencil enthusiasts.
4mm tip design makes it ideal for use with rulers and templates. This tip also stabilizes your lead helping to reduce lead breakage.
Each Sharp Mechanical Pencil is pre-loaded with Pentel Super Hi-Polymer HB lead – the #1 selling lead on the planet. HB hardness lead is equivalent to a #2 pencil and is guaranteed to scan on standardized tests. It also never needs sharpening, is super strong and produces a clear dark line.
Sharp Mechanical Pencils are available in 0.5mm, 0.7mm and 0.9mm lead sizes.
Pentel of America is a division of Pentel Company, Ltd. , which has been producing the world's favorite writing instruments for over half a century. Pentel is committed to quality, is known for innovation and is responsible for the development of many of the writing instruments in use around the world today. Pentel developed the Sign Pen, the world's first acrylic fiber tipped pen; Pentel Arts, high-quality arts and crafts supplies; Recycology, a planet-friendly line of writing instruments; and Super Hi-Polymer lead--the top-selling lead refill in the United States. Pentel of America is based in Torrance, California. For more information, visit our websites.
The rigorous quality processes at Pentel ensure that each Sharp Mechanical Pencil meets the rigorous demands of professionals and students alike. Pentel is the only writing instrument manufacturer to receive the prestigious Deming Prize for manufacturing excellence.
They were OK but I expected better.
Next time I'll go to local office supply store
Exactly what I needed. I use it to fix bent pins on a machine at work. Basically an IDE cable interfacePublished 3 days ago by jackel
I've been using this kind of pencil for many years, they always work well and write clearly and easily.Published 16 days ago by Badcat
I also love these pencils, but the erasers are another story. The newer models have an eraser that is thicker and twists up. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Edward O
My all time favorite mechanical pencils. I am a college student so I write so much notes everyday. And these never NEVER break on me. Read morePublished 19 days ago by schiny7