Mechanical pencils have a mechanism which moves the graphite forward, usually by pressing the button at the top of the pencil.
Mechanical pencils shorten the time of writing, drawing and sketching because they don't need to be sharpened. The mark left by the pencil always has the same thickness, whereas when drawing with a wood encased pencil the mark will get wider as the process of writing or drawing goes on. Mechanical pencils ensure the line stays the same width throughout.
The Koh-I-Noor 5348 mechanical clutch pencil is loaded with a 4B 5.6 mm lead.
The triangular casing of the pencil made from black plastic and the mechanism used to move the lead is metal with the visible parts being nickel-plated.
Made for drawing and writing.
When the push button on the top of the pencil is pressed the brackets at the end of the pencil open up and the lead drops a but. Inside the metal screw-on lid of the push button, there is a sharpener for the tip of the graphite lead.
Comes packed in a small triangular box.
The metallic mechanical clutch pencil Koh-I-Noor 5359 is made for drawing. It is suitable leads with a diameter of 5.6 mm.
The lead moves along by pressing the push button on the top of the pencil while the pencil is slightly tilted. The button opens metal clasps on the tip of the pencil and the lead moves forward.
The lid of the push button screws off after which the sharpener can be used to sharpen the tip of the lead.
- a metal clip for fastening which can be removed if it is desired
- length:128 mm
The mechanical clutch pencil for pastels, charcoals and chalks with a diameter of 9 to 10 mm Koh-I-Noor Versatil 5343 is comfortable and stable while drawing.
length of the pencil: 9 cm