|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.39 x 5.79 x 0.39 inches|
|Item model number||DPA-132G|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Line Size||0.5 Millimeters|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DPA-132G|
Tombow Mechanical Pencil, Monograph 0.5mm, Silver (DPA-132G)
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||0.39 x 5.79 x 0.39 inches|
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- Shaker mechanical Pencil with MONO eraser, monograph from Japanese stationary Brand Tombow
- Tombow mechanical Pencil, monograph 0. 5mm silver body
- Model: DPA-132G
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Shaker mechanical Pencil with MONO eraser, monograph from Japanese stationary brand Tombow, 15 body colors available for 0. 5mm lead Line-up, 6 body colors are available for 0. 3mm lead Line-up
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My only gripe is the disappointingly flimsy-as-a-twig clip that it has. I personally almost never use the clips on pencils, but it's just sad in an otherwise excellent product, especially because it actuates two important functions in the pencil: It's the secondary knock mechanism, as well as the lock for the shaker. I'm seriously considering just snapping it off. That way it would actually be easier to use the mechanism, and the pencil would be more comfortable to rotate as I'm writing since it wouldn't get in the way.
Since I don't use the clip, and the shaker is good enough that I rarely have to manually adjust the lead, I rate this pencil five stars.
However, using this pencil is just a great experience. It's very high quality, extremely comfortable in the hand, and looks pretty nice.
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This is done using a metal weight inside and if you use that rather than the clip/button it will last longer. As the clip is good but not very sturdy...
As mentioned by someone earlier it has a very Delicate paint on the body and can scratch easily. I use my pencils carefully and have some as old as 14 years. This will definitely outlast a local pencil and the mechanis is not something we can repair like the local ones.
Also @ roughly 200 rupees it is a good buy compared to the exhorbitant prices for the Mechanical pencils with other unique mechanisms like kuritoga, Delguard etc.
On the writing front the leads will decide; however the feel is great and perfectly weighted. No plastic grip just a notch for gripping.