|Brand Name||Dixon Ticonderoga|
|Item Weight||1.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 0.4 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||99995|
|Pencil Lead Degree (Hardness)||HB|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||99995|
Dixon Ticonderoga SenseMatic Plus Auto-Feed Mechanical Pencils, #2 HB, 0.7 mm Leads, 5-Pack (99995)
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- Pack of 5 refillable mechanical pencils - Medium point 0.7 mm
- Replacement leads and eraser included
- SenseMatic pencil automatically advances lead, no clicking or twisting
- No sharpening needed
- Earn free supplies - Visit the Prang Power website for program information
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Top Customer Reviews
But it is great. The auto advance works great and I find that when I pick up my pencil to move the next word I don't leave little tails, and I LOVE the fact that not only do you not have to click-advance, YOU CANT.
It is refillable by unscrewing the eraser. Very cool to have a *actual* eraser on the end.
I would buy again and again.
I bought a lifetime supply of this model and its sibling product the "20000" model (that looks like a common pencil) because the manufacturer has discontinued them...too bad. However, I think my small supply may outlast me.
If taken care of, it'll be a very reliable mechanical pencil. Although the tip is durable, it can be damaged that renders it useless. So you need to protect the tip. I recommend covering it with an ink pen cover if storing it in a pack-pack, purse, and such. If storing it in a cup (like many people do), keep the tip upwards. Pressing too hard may damage the tip too. And don't use your finger to play with the tip.
Start with easy pressure so you'll get used to the way it writes and appreciate how it works. It uses normal leads used by all mechanical pencils. One lead has already lasted about fifty pages for me and has not ran-out.
It's perfect for practicing mathematics, the sciences, and even general purpose writing. The one lead will easily outlast the eraser, so plan on getting erasers that fit over the top because the existing eraser cannot be replaced.
The pencil does not have an indefinite life-time. The harder you press, the greater wear made to the mechanical part of the pencil. Mine provide fifty to seventy five solid written pages of life.
I really like this pencil.
We have always been happy with the Ticonderoga wooden pencils for our children in school. We had problems with a couple children in my son's elementary class figuring out he had better quality pencils and trying to steal them, so we were having to try to mark them to keep up with them.
Because the wooden pencils worked so well and sharpen so nicely, it encouraged me to try these mechanical self-feeding pencils. Haven't been dissappointed. The one thing I did notice is the lead doesn't come out very far and I write with my pencil at quit an angle, and I found myself adjusting it a couple times. My husband didn't seem to be bothered by this at all. The fact that the lead doesn't come out very far would be a real advantage as far as the lead not breaking easily.
*a regular good quality pencil eraser will fit on top, just like a pencil
*eraser that comes on it is good quality
*lead dosn't break
*even though it only feed out one lead at a time and only holds one lead, there is a storage compartment inside the pencil that holds extra lead
*pencil lead doesn't come out very far
I got a 144 pac of Arrowhead eraser caps for the pencils, these little erasers work great.Read more ›
No chance of breaking lead unless you drop the pencil
Very cost effective, about the same as the bulk pack "black sticks" standard cheapo mechanical pencil but lasts many times longer
New models are refillable, a much needed improvement over the old models
Leads may not advance out far enough for some people's taste
Still classified as a "disposable"
This is a great pencil I have used for over 12 years. It is very reliable, quick, no nonsense pencil that should have replaced woods a long time ago.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love these pencils, it is true, I never have to click for lead, I didn't know how annoying it was until I started using these. The erasers are the best I have ever used. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Vicki Vasquez
I was about to give up on these.
They were nasty and scratchy to write with.
The Lead point was always very short, such that it was the edge of the plastic tip that... Read more
I won't be buying these again. Much better options out there. Doesn't work 100 percent of the time and constantly having to manually reset the leadPublished 9 months ago by 7
These are the best mechanical pencils. I've used them since I was a kid. They really do work as advertised! It's not a gimmick. Read morePublished 9 months ago by R. Terhune
You might think that these are just pencils, but the mechanical auto-feed feature is really nice. And because of how little the lead sticks out, it is nearly impossible for it to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Aaron
Not that great. Worked okay but I wouldn't buy any more.Published 13 months ago by Richard L. Williams