OHTO Super Promecha Drafting Pencil (3-Pack)

OHTO Super Promecha Drafting Pencil (3-Pack)

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Established in 1929 in Tokyo, Japan, writing company OHTO is credited with many technical inventions, such as the world’s first roller pen with a ceramic writing ball. OHTO’s Super Promecha drafting pencils are highly adjustable tools designed for professional use Read More

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Established in 1929 in Tokyo, Japan, writing company OHTO is credited with many technical inventions, such as the world’s first roller pen with a ceramic writing ball. OHTO’s Super Promecha drafting pencils are highly adjustable tools designed for professional use.

Note: At checkout, choose three of the following lead sizes: 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9 mm. If the lead size you would like to select is not available in choice #1, check in #2 and #3. 

OHTO Super Promecha Drafting Pencil (3-Pack)

All Adjustable

Featuring a knurled metal grip, the lightweight aluminum body houses unique mechanisms that enable a customized experience for each user. By turning the grip, you can extend the lead guidance sleeve up to 4 mm or retract it completely into the barrel for safe carrying in a pocket. With a twist of the mechanism just above the grip, you can adjust the amount of lead dispensed with each click from 0.2 to 2 mm. You can also adjust the lead grade indicator and remove the spring-loaded clip. Available in common 0.3, 0.5, 0.7 and 0.9 mm lead sizes, the Super Promecha is also available in the less-common 0.4 mm lead size.

OHTO Super Promecha Drafting Pencil (3-Pack)
OHTO Super Promecha Drafting Pencil (3-Pack)
OHTO Super Promecha Drafting Pencil (3-Pack)
OHTO Super Promecha Drafting Pencil (3-Pack)

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Specs

  • OHTO
  • Made in Japan
  • Aluminum body
  • Lead release adjustment function
  • Adjustable guide pipe safety guard
  • Adjustable lead quality indicator
  • Detachable spring-loaded clip
  • Eraser with pin to clear lead jams
  • Lead grade indicator (B, HB, F, H, 2H, 3H, 4H)
  • Length: 6 in (15 cm)

Shipping

Estimated ship date is Jan 9, 2019 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.

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in the spirit of my last post here, I have added a few new mech pencils to my collection and thought I would share my observations on them. All of my pencils are 0.7 lead size. I have the following: Rotting 800 (currently and still, my favorite) Ohto Super Promecha PM-1507P Pentel Graphgear 1000 *new* TWSBI Precision *new* Hex-o-magic Retro 1951 I will focus on the two new ones here as my last post compared the others. The TWSBI is heavier than the Graphgear but lighter than the Promecha and the Rotring. The eraser is a whopping 1.5 inches in length (it came with three eraser refills too!) the grip is less aggressive than the Rotring but more ‘sticky’ than the rest of the bunch. Overall this is a good pencil, but I would still grab the rotring first and then the graphgear. I’d recommend the TWSBI if you really like the look and want a solidly constructed mech pencil. It doesn’t feel loose at all but is a little boring seeming in this group to me. The Hex-O-Matic also falls between the graph gear and the Promecha in weight feel (note: no hard measuring here). The grip is as aggressive as the rotring which I like but some may not. It is very clean looking with no printing only some stamping around the clip barrel-ring. One slightly frustrating thing I have noticed is it doesn’t retract as well as the TWSBI (the only other pencil that works the same way in my collection). I have found that I need to be pretty deliberate or else I end up with a bit of lead collar peeking through (pictured). Overall, apart from this last item, this is also a solid pencil with a tight lead deployment feel and is a decent weight. It too is not enough to upset my top two go-to pencils. [image] [image] [image] [image]
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