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    Model Number: DP-1003 / DP-1005 / DP-1007 / DP-1009
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    Pacific Arc Chromagraph All-Metal Mechanical Pencils

    Model Number: DP-1003 / DP-1005 / DP-1007 / DP-1009

    Made from stainless steel and is designed to last for years.

    Features:
    • 0.5mm all-metal mechanical pencil
    • Precision writing instrument
    • Solid metal knurled grip
    • Fixed Sleeve
    • Degree indicator
    • Eraser under the cap
    • Pocket clip
    • Available in Black or Silver
    Color-Coded Band Color:
    • 0.3mm - Red
    • 0.5mm - Blue
    • 0.7mm - Green
    • 0.9mm - Black

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    • Product Weight: 0.05 lbs.
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    Pacific Arc Chromagraph All-Metal Mechanical Pencils

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    Arizona

    Excellent pencil

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    • all metal
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    I have been using this for about 4 weeks for just general writing and noticed a couple of nice features. I do not use the dial at the top that allows you to select what weigh lead you have but noticed that when you slide the clip up it will hold the dial in place. The eraser also comes with the metal pin stuck into the bottom of the eraser that helps clean out the lead if it jams in the point. With its all metal design the pencil itself has weight to it and is heavier than the GraphGear 1000. Overall it is one of my favorite pencils to write with.
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    Maryland

    0.9 mm Chromagraph All-metal mechanical pencil

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    • quality
    • price
    • feel
    • sturdiness
    Cons:
    • only holds 2-3 leads at a time
    I'm a biostatistician so I use the pencil a lot. This one has great weight, feels good, and the 0.9 mm lead doesn't break as easily as thinner leads. My wife is an architect and is always stealing my pencils. She liked this one so much that I bought one for her. Now we're both happy.

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    0.9 mm Chromagraph all-metal mechanical pencil

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    <p>Its often difficult to find a quality mechanical pencil for 0.9 mm lead. This pencil looks good, feels good in your hand, and seems to be very well made, smoothly advances the lead. DEW sent this to me quickly, and their website was easy to use.</p>

    Everything is perfect but one thing

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    • Appearance
    • Feel
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    • Quality
    So the pencil has been fantastics in all facets but one. It looks and feels great and gets the job done but the problem is is that if you drop the pencil, the tip easily breaks or gets bent. And it could bend to a point that deems the pencil basically unusable in the case that the tip breaks off.

    Vernon, NY

    Excellent Quality and Design

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    Pros:
    • Solid chunk of aluminum
    • Price
    • Quality
    • Weight and balance
    • Metal internals
    Cons:
    • Slightly loose hardness indicator
    I have many mechanical pencils, from Pentel, Rotring, Uni, etc. This is by far the most intriguing pencil in my collection. It's like a clone of a Rotring 600 to a point. The whole thing is metal, except for the lead tube. All of the stress points are aluminum, and I'd expect this pencil to outlast the user. The lead advance mechanism is all brass with a rubber dampener (careful not to lose this!). They took the extra time to include a lead clean out tool on the eraser (most don't include this 0.7mm and up). The lead advance is smooth and the click feeling is definitive. The rotating lead hardness indicator could use more stiction to prevent it from rotating. Unless you are consistently running different grade leads in it, then it's a small flaw. The grip itself is a hardy chunk of knurled aluminum, which provides just the right amount of grip. It has a nice feeling in the hand, along with a premium weight. The balance is just right as well. Like I mentioned earlier, it appears to be very similar to the Rotring 600, but with some slight improvement to the design. I've been using it for about a week now, and no lead breakage (I usually run 2B Nano Dia or Neox in .9mm). Overall, I'm very satisfied with the pencil, and more folks should look into this particular pencil.
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