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    Default Re: Does anyone collect Mechanical Pencils?

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    Myu what is that?
    Hi Stub, that's a Pentel PSD5, double-knock retractable tip. Locks in place with no wobble. Comparable to a Pilot H-2005 or H-3005. While not as beautiful as the PILOT equivalents with their etched metal front sections, the PSD5 is nice quality.

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    Default Re: Does anyone collect Mechanical Pencils?

    I have a few. Both mechanical and clutch.

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    Default Re: Does anyone collect Mechanical Pencils?

    Iím ending up with quite a few.
    For a long time I just used my Rotring 800, it was and still is perfect for me overall.
    I recently became intrigued by thicker leads though, and have since acquired a Retro 51 tornado, a beautiful Yard-O-Led from a member here, as swell as a Rite in the Rain branded Autopoint and two vintage twist pencils.
    Guess you could say Iím collecting at this point, LOL.

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    Default Re: Does anyone collect Mechanical Pencils?

    Rotring 800 is a nice one. I have the 800 with the stylus because we have the iPads. Enjoy!

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    Default Re: Does anyone collect Mechanical Pencils?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rapidray View Post
    Rotring 800 is a nice one. I have the 800 with the stylus because we have the iPads. Enjoy!
    Do you know those wire shelves that are easy to find at Home Depot and Loews? There are these soft PVC end caps that are used with them. They fit quite well over the business end of mechanical pencils, for protection. But in addition to that, they can turn any mechanical pencil into an iPad stylus.

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    Default Re: Does anyone collect Mechanical Pencils?

    Quote Originally Posted by myu View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rapidray View Post
    Rotring 800 is a nice one. I have the 800 with the stylus because we have the iPads. Enjoy!
    Do you know those wire shelves that are easy to find at Home Depot and Loews? There are these soft PVC end caps that are used with them. They fit quite well over the business end of mechanical pencils, for protection. But in addition to that, they can turn any mechanical pencil into an iPad stylus.
    No...I didn't know that.

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    Default Re: Does anyone collect Mechanical Pencils?

    Most of my pencils, I heritated. All in decent quality!


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