|Product Dimensions||18.03 x 1.02 x 6.1 cm; 4.54 Grams|
|Item Model Number||M54501P.68|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||M54501P.68|
|Item Weight||4.54 g|
Uni Kurutoga Mechanical Pencil Standard, 0.5mm, Baby Pink (M54501P.68)
|Item dimensions L x W x H||18 x 1 x 6.1 centimetres|
About this item
- Uni Kurutoga Standard Model
- Lead Rotation Mechanics
- 0.5mm Lead
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Uni Kurutoga Mechanical Pencil Standard, 0.5mm, Baby Pink
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The body is mostly (completely?) made of plastic, which makes it pretty light and comfortable to hold. At the same time, it can make the grip kinda slippery, especially if you write with it for a long time. There's a small rubber-like grip near the point (the little colored ring you see in between the metallic point and the metallic right above it), which I guess should counterbalance that, but it's fairly small, so if you tend to grip your pencil higher, it's pretty much useless. The grip diameter is also a bit small to my taste (about 9mm), which means that I tend to grip it harder than I should, which leads to some hand fatigue if used for too long. That's just me though, it could be the perfect size for other people. I got mine in green, and the finish is kinda pearlescent, with a clear grip section that allows you to see the internal mechanism, with white, silver and orange accents. and because it's plastic, I guess it will get scratches from being carried around (mine's fine for now but I've only had it for about a month), but that's kinda part of the deal here.
If it was possible, I'd give this pencil a 4.5/5. It's great overall, especially for the price (bought mine from JAPAN-SUBCULTURE-CA via Amazon for 6,12$), but loses half a star for the plastic feel and grip problem. However, as I said, this is kinda the basic KuruToga, and there are other models with different grip sections and finishes. If you're interested in the lead-rotation feature but would like something a bit more sturdy, I'd suggest looking at the Roulette model, or some of the gel grip ones for a more comfortable hold.