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Uni M91010.26 Shift Pipe Lock Drafting 0.9mm Pencil, Silver Body with Red Accent (M91010.26)
- Line Size : 0.9mm
- "Tip storage" and "knock lock mechanism"
- Finger does not slip, Roulette grip
- Because the center of gravity in the distal direction, the ease of writing stable.
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+Metal grip is really effective and feels good
+Easy to write with as its comfortable to hold
+Weight distribution is mostly down towards the lower half (I like this and find it better, but it depends on preference I suppose)
+Shift mechanism to hide nib is both oddly satisfying/interesting and useful
+Eraser under cap
+Looks damn good
+Reliable and works perfectly
-Eraser is pretty small, although it can be completely used as it can be drawn out to practically its full length
-Body is made of plastic, even though the grip is metal. May as well have made it all metal imo.
I use this mostly when annotating, drawing diagrams or rough maths and working out equations. It works really well for my purposes and is definitely a huge step up from my previous Mars Micro I would carry around. The nib can be hidden thanks to the shift mechanism which I love (no more holes through my pockets!) and it never jams, unlike the Mars. Writing is ever so comfortable, and I appreciate the weight distribution. The grip is also one of the few that accommodates even my very low hold, while feeling nice. The eraser is really quite small, but as I mentioned, it can be drawn out from the holder until it is reduced to practically nothing, so not all too bad. In fact, it is lasting longer than the much larger eraser on the Mars due to this fact. I still recommend replacements though.. It feels and acts like it is well built, even though the body is plastic, which only annoys me since the actual pencil has such an all round premium feel and design that the body could have just been the finishing touch. Speaking of body, the actual size of the pencil seems to be average when compared to others, the mechanism doesn't add bulk.
It's not a *perfect* pencil, however. I felt a little disappointed to discover that the upper body is silvered plastic rather than metal, -and feels like it. The pencil's two main "pipe" segments are also loose and rattle a bit when in the unlocked, retracted position. The whole thing feels a bit cheaper than it looks. -Which, given the fact that it *is*, shouldn't come as a huge surprise. If you want a $75 mechanical pencil, you're going to have to spend $75.
The grip end IS metal, however, and it has a nice weight to it. The knurled metal feels better than I'd hoped. -Personally, I don't like the popular knurled design. I find it hard on my skin after many hours of daily use, leaving me with more developed callouses than I might otherwise grow. I don't know why the knurled metal design ever became popular; the finger-to-pencil contact area is one place where a smooth material such as plastic would be welcome. I particularly appreciate the modern rubberized grips on cheapie pens and pencils. -But the knurling on this model is lighter and less abrasive than other pencil designs offer, so it could be worse.
One other thing which I found, (and I don't really know how you'd change)... When you're finished drawing and go to retract the metal tip, any graphite extended will *stay* extended beyond the protective area of the pencil. You have to manually hold down the button and push that back in before retracting the tip sheath. -It's not a big problem, and having to manually push the graphite inside is the same for every mechanical pencil on the market, but with a retracting sheath pencil like this one, you tend to notice it more. All it takes is a little bit of re-training to remember so that you don't break the lead believing you've put it away when really you have not.
All in all, despite these minor observations, this is a neat-o pencil, better than your average disposable, and I'm quite content to have it in my tool kit.
- Attractive design
- Retracting tip
- Good weight
- Feels good to draw with.
-Upper body is silvered plastic, not metal.
-When retracting nib, the graphite still sticks out. You have to manually push it back in.
-The structure rattles when retracted and not locked in place.
Riffelung der Griffzone mit optimaler Griffigkeit und Griffgefühl
gute Gewichtsverteilung: vorne schwere Metallgriffzone, hinten leichter Kunststoff
kein seitliches Spiel im Bereich der Zeichenspitze
Röhrchenmechanismus rastet ein- und ausgefahren gut ein
schlechte Eigenschaften ►►
Einhandbedienung möglich, aber umständlich
Knopfdruck schiebt erst das Röhrchen, dann die Mine, dann federt Röhrchen wieder zurück an den Anschlag
Clip nicht demontierbar
Minenvorratsbehälter scheint sehr eng
Durch Trennung von Röhrcheneinfahren (drehen) und Minenvorschub (drücken) wird man vor dem Röhrcheneinfahren nicht zum Mineneinfahren veranlasst, so dass die Mine nach dem Röhrcheneinfahren vorne noch etwas heraussteht
Mine scheint beim zweiten Knopfdruck recht weit herauszufahren
Verriegelung des Schafts bei eingefahrenem Röhrchen mit Rechtsdrehung, bei ausgefahrenem Röhrchen mit Linksdrehung: widerspricht meinem intuitiven Verhalten
the pencil mechanism makes it rattle a lot while drawing/writing, the hidden eraser is the smallest on the market (i don't personally use it, i only use kneaded erasers but some people might) and the whole feeling is that the pencil itself is very very cheap compared to others in the same price bracket (pentel, staedler, caran d'ache, rotring) which have a full metal body.
i am totally going to return this item