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    Default Machined Metal Mechanical Pencils - what's out there?

    I have a Ti Click EDC and a Karas Kustoms Bolt coming in the mail, both in copper.

    I'd like to get a machined metal pencil to go with them. I have found the Modern Fuel Pencil - it's a bit pricey, but I really like the looks of it.

    Tactile Turn shows some on their site, but they're all sold out. They told me they might have some more by the end of the year. Anyone tried those?

    What else is out there, in this range?

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    Default Re: Machined Metal Mechanical Pencils - what's out there?

    Tactile Turn - And what do you feel from the titanium case, it must be very comfortable to hold in your hand?

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    Default Re: Machined Metal Mechanical Pencils - what's out there?

    Zebra M701?
    100% stainless steel, the finger grip area is knurled. I think mine uses 0.5mm lead.

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    Default Re: Machined Metal Mechanical Pencils - what's out there?

    Have you looked at Spoke pencils?
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    Default Re: Machined Metal Mechanical Pencils - what's out there?

    There are some wonderful white dot Sheaffer pencils floating about. Their mechanism is exquisite; it really is fine machinery. Teri at Peyton Street Pens may have some... give her a call, or check out her website.
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