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Handmade Everlasting Mechanical Pencil

A true drawing tool, handmade for life. A beautifully stylish writing and drawing instrument designed and built by Nicholas Hemingway. All of Nicholas Hemingway’s Everlasting Mechanical Pencils are handmade by himself on his Grandfather’s 1970’s Myford ML10 lathe. He designed the pencil in honor of his Grandfather and so wanted to use his prized ML10 lathe to create his first product for his new company Hemiwear. With a diameter of only 8mm, these pencils are beautifully slim. Unscrewing of the nib will reveal its brass mechanism. There is a seamless color blending of the barrels and nibs which make them one of a kind. You can get them in aluminum, brass and stainless steel, each of which is unique and totally out of the box. A perfect accessory that will add more to your everyday work life.

Handmade Everlasting Mechanical Pencil
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Material
Stainless Steel, Brass, Aluminum
Lead Thickness
0.3 mm, 0.5 mm, 0.7 mm, 0.9 mm
Diameter
8 mm
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What size lead do they use? (I prefer .7, as it's less likely to break; but .5 is the more commonly seen size)

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