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- Assembly Required: No, Barrel: Blue , Leadholder for drawing, sketching and writing
- For 2 mm leads e.g. Mars carbon 200
- With metal clip, push-button and grip zone
- Integrated lead sharpener in push-button
- HB lead
- Sold as 1 each
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This lead holder from Staedtler takes all 2 mm leads. It features a long finger grip, pocket clip and lead pointer in the top. A super-lock clutch formly grips the lead to eliminate unwanted movement.
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|Item Dimensions||1.9 x 0.5 x 8.9 in||1.9 x 0.5 x 8.9 in||3 x 0.5 x 8.88 in||0.47 x 5.63 x 0.35 in||0.5 x 5.9 x 0.4 in||2.68 x 9.84 x 0.55 in|
|Item Weight||—||0.64 ounces||1.41 ounces||0.64 ounces||—||0.32 ounces|
Top customer reviews
The pencil is a "Steadtler Mars Technico" 2mm lead holder. Thought I would say that since the seller doesnt tell you.
Yes, the pencil does come with a single stick of Steadtler mars 2H lead, which is nice of them.
I bought this pencil because I like to doodle during my collage classes and it's been working very well for me. I used a .5 mm mechanical pencil before this and shading took years! I thought about bring in art pencils, but then you have to sharpen them; as you can imagine that would be very loud and disruptive. This pencil is great because there is a built In sharpener at the top that's quite. Now I can draw all I want, shade easily and not disturb the class sharpening pencils!
I've read a lot of reviews dissing the built in sharpener. So far, I have had no major issues with it, but I will say a rotary sharpener would probably get u a lot better of a point. Other wise it's fine for doodling and recreational drawing.
My only problem with the pencil is not the pencil itself, but the lead it comes with. It comes with 2H lead, not very good for general drawing. However, I do realize that this pencil is aimed more at drafting than drawing. I just wish it came with a more neutral HB lead instead. So if your going to use this pencil to draw, buy some softer lead while your at it.
Overall, I am very pleased with this purchase.
as the one to purchase if your looking to get one. You will not be disappointed.
Staedtler lead holders use much thicker leads, but hold them rigidly, so there's no squirming.
You really need a lead pointer to use it, though, and those make a graphite mess when you carry them around. I have an old cast-aluminum Dietzgen lead pointer from the usual online auction site, and there are plenty of those available. (You can also get modern plastic ones that clamp on to the desk, which are okay.)
I abused this pencil when I was doing some carpentry work and it still works.
I lost it in my metal tool case down in my basement and finally found it when I was getting rid of some old tools that didn't work anymore. This pencil still works.
It was on the kitchen counter, fell down and got stuck under the refregerator. Couple of months later I found it while cleaning out the hair and dust on the refrigerators compressor. Pencil still works.
Let my sons borrow this pencil, they lost it among all the junk in their cabinet and I genuily thought I lost it forever until I found it in my oldest son's pencil box that he took to school each day. Washed the gum and old curdled chocolate milk, guess what? Pencil still works.
Through out all of my career changes, from a student to a draftsman, Machine assembler to a student, document control officer to a student again, freelance artist to a student once more, to a graphic designer, this has been a constant companion. When people ask me if they can borrow it, I now answer - "Hell, no! Get your own!" and send them to the link here. It's outlasted computers, cars and trucks, trips cross country, girlfriends, apartments, houses, and in-laws.
At this rate it'll be regarded as an heirloom and my grandchildren will be fighting over "grandpa's pencil" after I'm dead and it's been lost and found a dozen more time in the decades to come.