OHTO - Promecha 1000P - Mechanical Pencil - 0.5mm - Silver

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The Promecha series from OHTO are top-of-the-range mechanical pencils with clever design and functions.

The Promecha 1000P 0.5mm in sliver is made from almost 100% metal (aluminium & brass) and has a textured grip to securely hold the pencil. The lead sleeve is fully retractable by turning the grip, and extends up to 5mm (ideal for using as a drafting pencil) or can be set to partially extend between 0 and 5mm (for writing purposes). It also features a removable pocket clip, lead grade indicator in the push-button, and a replaceable eraser with clearing pin. Available with as a 0.3mm or 0.5mm pencil.

OHTO was established in Tokyo, Japan in 1929 and began manufacturing high quality dyes & inks. The company has a long history of ink manufacturing as the founder of OHTO, Nakata Tozaburo, worked for the ministry of finance and invented a special ink for Japanese banknotes. Mr. Nakata went on to develop the first ballpoint pen manufactured in Japan in 1949. After the success of their 'Auto-Sharp' ballpoint pen, OHTO went on to design and manufacture the world's first rollerball pen in 1964.

The OHTO range now includes the original ballpoint and rollerball pens, as well as a range of writing instruments that suit your every need, from mechanical pencils to graphic liner pens, plus ceramic rollerballs, fountain pens and multi-function pens. OHTO continue to expand on their almost 100-year history of ink & writing instrument production by designing and developing new innovative products.
QUANTITY: 1 x mechanical pencil
LEAD SIZE: 0.5mm
LENGTH: 14.8cm
MATERIALS: Aluminium body, brass, SK material
SOURCE: Designed & made in Japan

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