Please see the Koh-I-Noor Rapidomatic Mechanical Pencil for a comparable alternative.

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    Alvin Drafting 0.7mm Draft/Matic Mechanical Pencil

    Model Number: DM07

    Designed for professionals, this high-quality auto-feed drafting pencil features a unique retractable point system.

    Features:
    • Accepts 0.7mm pencil lead.
    • Knurled stainless steel finger grips
    • Rotating lead degree windows
    • Cushion points for comfortable writing control and minimal lead breakage.
    • The 4mm long stainless steel lead sleeve supports the lead and provides drawing accuracy even with thick straightedges.
    • Built-in eraser under cap.
    • Blue barrel.
    • Supplied with B Degree lead.

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    • Product Weight: 0.03 lbs.
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    Alvin Drafting 0.7mm Draft/Matic Mechanical Pencil

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    Los Angeles, CA

    Very smooth mechanical pencil

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    This pencil is one of the best mechanical pencils. It is in the league of more expensive pencils like rOtring, but in terms of writing or drawing, it will not disappoint you.

    These pencils are for the serious artist and draftsman

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    I regrettably buy them because I need the knurled grip on these, because I have very sweaty hands AND fingers as an artist, and other mechanical pencils just slide out of my grip eventually, which is frustrating.
    Of course, the standard to which they were engineered is also nice.

    USA

    Alvin draftmatic mechanical pencil

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    <p>Alvin draftmatic mechanical pencils compare favorably with more expensive mechanical pencils I have used . Similar in feel to rOtring 600 at a fraction of the cost. Highly recommended. Dew drafting supplies shipped them fast , packaged right at a great price.</p>

    Louisiana

    Top quality

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    I am a landscape architect with 24 years of experience. I have been using the same Alvin Draft-Matic (0.7) mechanical pencil for 17 years now. It still functions great. I have worn all of the writing and the metal knurling is a bit smoother than a new pencil, but it still functions like new.

    Kansas City

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    These are the finest of quality. I have been in the surveying profession since 1977 and the pencil is a major tool of my trade.
    Without a doubt, these pencils are the best field and office drawing partners I have ever owned. I bought my first set in the late 1990's when Koh-I-Noor Technical pencils I was using for drafting were no longer available. I rank these above the Koh-I-Noor because of the non-slip body of the unit.
    The DRAFT?MATIC has a good weight in the hand, is smooth in operation and can be used in a "LEROY" lettering machine or drafting.
    I use the .03mm, .05mm, .07mm & .09mm in drafting and field note preparation as well as an additional .07mm with blue lead & .09mm with red lead. Colored leads are softer than the typical "H" leads I use.
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