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Thin-lead Mechanical Pencils

If you're looking for my THICK-lead pencils, then click HERE.

Since CLUTCH pencils are one of my most popular items, I now have those on a separate page f. So if you're looking for those, please click the link above. This page is for the smaller 0.5 and 0.7 mm thin-lead mechanical pencils. I don't sell a lot of these pencils separately, but I do use them when making my Desk Sets. So I thought I should have a page giving a little information about them. The thin-lead pencils use the much thinner 0.5 and 0.7 mm lead, and are typically referred to as MECHANICAL pencils. You can get these in just about any of the kit styles that they offer for ballpoints. Suppliers are also constantly coming out with new pen & pencil styles, but they all use one of the two sizes of lead, and offer them in either a click or twist mechanism. So the pencils shown below would just be a few examples of what is available. For reference, I typically use the TWIST style mechanisms from the SLIMLINE kits for the pencils in my custom Desk Sets.

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.7mm Polaris Style Pencils

Polaris
24k Gold & Redheart (wood)
Polaris
Rhodium & B&W Blackwood




.7mm Slimline Style Pencils
.7mm Executive Style Pencils
24k Gold
Rhodium
24k Gold
Rhodium

 



.7mm Trimline Style Pencils
.7mm 30 Caliber Style Pencils
Chrome
Gunmetal
24k Gold
Gunmetal




.7mm Comfort Style Pencils

24k Gold
Titanium
Rhodium
Black Enamel

 



.7mm Longwood Style Pencils

24k Gold
Chrome
Gunmetal




2mm Thick Lead Click Pencils with Erasers
Since CLUTCH pencThe 2mm lead pencils kind of fall into the middle of the size category,
so you'll see these in both a mechanical style pencil and a clutch style pencil (see the
THICK-lead pencils for the 2mm CLUTCH styles).

(larger photo's are not available for these pencils)

24k Gold
 
Chrome
 
Antique Brass

 
Antique Pewter