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post #181 of 460
count me in for one rotring
post #182 of 460
Can anyone recommend a good 2 mm Lead Holder? I used to have a Camel brand one in India that had a lead sharpener built into the push mechanism at the top, but I loaned it out and it broke in '01. Since then, I've had a nostalgic longing to return to 2 mm and after seeing a previous post with one (I believe it was the Staedler Mars 780), I'm interested in recommendations if anyone has them!
post #183 of 460
woot! rotring 600 came today!
post #184 of 460
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woot! rotring 600 came today!
you like?
post #185 of 460
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Can anyone recommend a good 2 mm Lead Holder? I used to have a Camel brand one in India that had a lead sharpener built into the push mechanism at the top, but I loaned it out and it broke in '01. Since then, I've had a nostalgic longing to return to 2 mm and after seeing a previous post with one (I believe it was the Staedler Mars 780), I'm interested in recommendations if anyone has them!
W/o a doubt
Cult Pens Caran d'Ache Fixpencil 22

Awesome lead holder, build quality is superb, and it handles great
post #186 of 460
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you like?
Yes, it's very solid, and I like the bottom (top?) heaviness. Writes very well. I've not tried writing a long time with it yet, but it feels like I'll be able to write for a while before tiring out. Is it worth the $30 I paid for it? Probably not, but hey, I stopped seriously justifying my expenditure months ago.
post #187 of 460
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W/o a doubt
Cult Pens Caran d'Ache Fixpencil 22

Awesome lead holder, build quality is superb, and it handles great
Thanks for the info! Looking into it as we speak. Damn its a nice looking piece of kit!
post #188 of 460
Cross-post here: but does anyone know where I can score a Rotring 600 Rollerball, other than on ebay?
I've found Montgomery pens, but they want $90+ for one
post #189 of 460
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Yes, it's very solid, and I like the bottom (top?) heaviness. Writes very well. I've not tried writing a long time with it yet, but it feels like I'll be able to write for a while before tiring out. Is it worth the $30 I paid for it? Probably not, but hey, I stopped seriously justifying my expenditure months ago.
Thanks for those first impressions! I'm seriously considering the purchase of a Wacom tablet (Intuos3 6"x 8" version), and the Rotoring sounds like the ideal pencil when I can't use my tablet to doodle (aka during class ).
post #190 of 460
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Yes, it's very solid, and I like the bottom (top?) heaviness. Writes very well. I've not tried writing a long time with it yet, but it feels like I'll be able to write for a while before tiring out. Is it worth the $30 I paid for it? Probably not, but hey, I stopped seriously justifying my expenditure months ago.

post #191 of 460
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Thanks for those first impressions! I'm seriously considering the purchase of a Wacom tablet (Intuos3 6"x 8" version), and the Rotoring sounds like the ideal pencil when I can't use my tablet to doodle (aka during class ).
Won't it scratch your Wacom?

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LOL.
post #192 of 460
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Won't it scratch your Wacom?
Har har, funny fella.
post #193 of 460
More seriously, what are you going to doodle ON? Moleskine, much? <grin>
post #194 of 460
Alright, so I guess I'll handle the group buy for the NA market. If you're interested PM me, dont post here because I might miss it. I'll find the total price with shipping and divide it by total number of pencils times the number of pencils you want + $5 for shipping.

Sounds good?
post #195 of 460
^ Sounds good to me.

You will have a PM soon.
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