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Paper Mate 64051 Logo II Refillable Mechanical Pencil, 0.5 mm, Black Barrel

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  • Shock absorber tip and sliding sleeve reduce lead breakage.
  • Rubber traction grip for comfort and control.
  • Tuff Stuff jumbo twist eraser is 6 times longer than standard erasers and advances and retracts with a twist. Replaceable with 64892 eraser refill.
  • Features stylish chrome accents on tip and convenient push-button lead mechanism.
  • Includes 1 mechanical pencil with black barrel and 3 0.5 mm refill leads.

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Paper Mate 64051 Logo II Refillable Mechanical Pencil, 0.5 mm, Black Barrel. Shock absorber tip and sliding sleeve reduce lead breakage. Rubber traction grip for comfort and control. Tuff Stuff jumbo twist eraser is 6 times longer than standard erasers and advances and retracts with a twist. Replaceable with 64892 eraser refill. Features stylish chrome accents on tip and convenient push-button lead mechanism. Includes 1 mechanical pencil with black barrel and 3 0.5 mm refill leads. Imported.

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Brand Name Paper Mate
Item Weight 0.5 ounces
Product Dimensions 0.3 x 0.5 x 5.5 inches
Item model number 64051
Color BLACK
Number of Items 1
Manufacturer Part Number 64051

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ASIN B0006SV8XY
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5.0 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #271,509 in Office Products (See top 100)
#2,682 in Office Products > Educational Supplies > Writing & Correction Supplies > Pencils > Mechanical Pencils
#328,798 in Office Products > Office Supplies
Shipping Weight 4 ounces
Date First Available November 27, 2004

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This is the ultimate mechanical pencil - good quality metal tip, nicely weighted, and best of all, a long fat eraser that winds up as you need it. No little lids or caps to lose, and enough eraser to keep you going for a long long time (about 2" of eraser stick held inside shaft). Looks smart and professional for business meetings too. Couldn't recommend it highly enough, except that they are hard to find - thank you Amazon!
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As other reviews have said - this is the greatest everyday mechanical pencil. I've experienced a small problem with the Papermate version, that I haven't had with the original Sanford pencils. The plastic tip on the pocket clip comes off very easily. I was lucky to find the tip and glued it back on with epoxy. I bought the .05 and .07mm sizes, and have the same problem with both, I can easily pull off the tips. (I guess I have to glue the tips before putting them in service.)
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This pencil is still available in 2016 but in a slightly different configuration. I am not an engineer but the Skilcraft Dual-Action mechanical pencil appears to be a licensed version of the original Sanford Logo 2. The outer dimensions are nearly the same with the Dual-Action appearing larger in diameter as if from use of a different mold, the inner structure is the same, the design of the screw on point that houses the retractable tip is the same size, the inner spare led tube is the same, and it even takes the identical number of twists to fully extend the large eraser.

How the pencils differ: the original Logo 2 has a metal screw on point, metal clip and metal ring at the eraser end while the Dual-Action is plastic except for the clip. Also, the plastic body on the Logo 2 shaft housing the pencil mechanics feels harder and thus heavier than the Dual-Action shaft with the housing the pencil mechanics, but this is not true for the Logo 2 shaft with the eraser which looks and feels like the same coarser plastic on both pencils.

In use: I have a number of Logo 2 pencils because to me they are the best mechanical pencil design ever; from the size and weight in the hand to the retractable tip to the size of the eraser I have found nothing I like better. And yes, I have dozens of mechanical pencils from all price ranges, including expensive resin pencils, drafting pencils and cheap plastic pencils. I do not like the Logo 3 pencils carrying the Sanford or Paper Mate brand because the plastic clip breaks easily and the rubber comfort sleeve rots over time and once it is gone the pencil is useless to me. I don't like the Logo 4 pencil for the same issues with the rubber comfort sleeve. In comparing the Dual-Action .7mm to my original Logo 2 .
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I've tried a lot of mechanical pencils and like this one the best hands down. Several things that make it great that for some reason other pencils don't get right:
1. The eraser is big and lasts long, BUT more importantly, the eraser mechanism is set up so that you don't inadvertently advance the lead when erasing. So many mechanical pencils screw this part up by making the advancing mechanism / eraser housing so small that you don't actually grip it, but the barrel when erasing, which means when you push down to erase, you advance the lead. The eraser housing / advancing mechanism on this pencil is the entire top half, so it is easy to grip when erasing.
2. The upper part of the clip extends close to the tip of the eraser. This means that when you clip in your pocket it doesn't stick up high beyond edge of pocket. This is important if you like to clip in pants pocket. Also, there is no rubbery grip portion or the like which sometimes gets caught when sliding into pocket or pen holder. It is smooth and yet still comfortable to hold.
3. It has a high quality spring lead holder (not sure what this part is called) but allows for consistent pressure when writing without breaking lead.
4. The size is great--not so skinny it hurts to hold, but trim enough to fit comfortably in pocket, or pen holder slot in brief case, etc.
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Ditto the other reviewers--I thought these were out of production, and I'm tempted to buy a box even though I already have plenty of them. Most of my Logo II pencils date from either 1994 (first batch) or from 2000 (second batch), but I scoured the universe around 2004 and bought a few more. I still have them all, they still work great, and they are still the best mechanical pencil going. Nicely weighted, long eraser with twisty-turny extender, made in Japan, available in 0.5mm and 0.7mm sizes. Cut your own eraser refills from standard electric eraser blanks. Over time, the ink will start to wear off and the plastic will start to wear smooth so they get a real old-school patina going. Best of all, you can take them pretty much completely apart if something goes wrong, hence they never need replacing. Keep a dead one around for spare parts. Outrageous! How will I stop myself from spending another forty dollars on mechanical pencils I don't need?

Oh...and here's a nerdy tip: the little plastic dingledings on the end of the pocket clips are apt to come off under duress. Sidestep this problem by pulling them off and putting a little dot of epoxy on to hold them in place! And another one for you sciencey types: ketones bad. Stick to water, fine sandpaper (remove acetoney fingerprints in the plastic), or alcohol if you really feel you have to clean 'em.
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