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Pentel Super Hi-Polymer Lead Refill, 0.5mm, Fine, 2H, 144 Pieces of Lead (C505-2H)
45.16 SAR

Pentel Super Hi-Polymer Lead Refill, 0.5mm, Fine, 2H, 144 Pieces of Lead (C505-2H)

by  Pentel, Stationery -  461 ratings

45.16 SAR 

+ 18.86 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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    These Refill Leads fit the complete range of Pentel Mechanical Pencils. The composition of the hi-polymer lead is synthetic resin, graphite, and carbon, which give a very strong and flexible lead.Each tube contains 12 leads.


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  • 144 pieces of the best lead I've ever had
    By Israel Hernandez on 21 April 2017

    1. I got one box of 12 tubes with 12 sticks of lead each. I got all 144 of the advertised leads.

    2. As a lead-noob who's always used HB, these have blown me away. I get callus on my cuticles from writing because I have to press hard to get dark writing out of HB leads. I barely have to try with these 3B leads and it comes out nice and dark.

    3. My lead has been breaking much less because I don't have to press so hard.

    21 people found this review helpful

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  • 4B .5: Brittle, Dark, Went Through Whole Pack in 4 mo.
    By Machiavelvet on 04 May 2018

    I love this lead! I feel like handling my crack when I’m carefulling loading my choice mechanical pencil with this stuff. It’s comes in a small golden pack full of 12 smaller containers.

    It took me about a week to figure out how to actually write with this lead, especially since I was previously using pens. But once I increase the angle between my pencil and the paper, I found I was able to decrease the frequency of losing lead to breaking and found that my lines became very, very dark—like a pen! Indeed, there’s a lot of lead dust everywhere at my desk and my notes, but jeez, my notes look great.

    I purchased it Jan 9th and as of May 4th I am down to four packs (something like 24 to a pack). I highly recommend the 4B to those who like very dark and clear notes.

    UPDATE: I have only used this lead for over a year now. I’m on my second pack. It’s phenomenal.

    Also, I write with a lot of pressure behind my hand.

    4 people found this review helpful

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  • Love the H lead
    By Amazon Customer on 06 November 2018

    I write longhand regularly, enough that I fill a spiral size notebook daily. That's a lot of writing.

    I prefer the H lead for several reasons.
    1. Stronger lead than HB so I'm not constantly breaking lead and stopping to replace it.
    2. Lead lasts longer (I can write twice as long on the same lead as HB).
    3. The writing is slightly lighter, not the deep gray of HB lead which smears everywhere.
    4. Erases cleanly (I think because the lead is slightly lighter to begin with).
    5. Leads don't break inside the pencil when I drop it. (I have a cat and she likes pencils; enough said.)

    This is now my second box of 144 leads. Love the H lead. Hope they keep selling it.

    2 people found this review helpful

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  • My new favorite lead
    By R. Gardner on 09 October 2014

    Having used normal HB lead my entire life, I was excited to try lead of a different hardness. I am taking 9 credit hours of math this semester, and I used to use over a stick of lead every day. With this new 4H lead, one stick lasted me over 2 weeks. I had to keep pulling it out and checking it because it felt so weird to not be running out.

    I write pretty hard, and with HB lead I break the tip a lot, probably 5 times a day or more. With this 4H lead, I break it about once a week.

    The 4H lead does write considerably lighter than the HB. This is not a problem for what I do. I can see it just fine, and I actually like it better because the line of your pencil does not get really thick as the lead wears down. The 4H lead always seems to write a finer line.

    This pack will last me and everyone I know forever. I use this lead with the Pentel Graphgear 500, and the Pentel Graphgear 1000 pencils. The 1000 is my favorite.

    10 people found this review helpful

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  • Fine product
    By Josip Juraj Strossmayer on 19 December 2012

    There is not much to say, but Amazon keeps urging me to write a review. 0.5 mm is the most usual pencil so having a supply of lead refills is always good. The usual hardness available in most stores is HB, roughly what is considered No. 2 pencil. Towards softer grades is B, 2B and 3B, so this reviewed grade is pretty soft. But it makes it easier to write in distinct black. HB used in a sleeve 0.5 mm pencil is effectively fainter than No. 2 pencil because of the lower pressure in writing one would normally use. My preferred grade is 2B. I got the 3B because it was at that time much cheaper than any other grade. It writes well, it wears off quickly, but it does not seem to break more than others.
    If you like(d) Pentel products, stock up on them. From what I can tell, this type of a trapezoid package is being discontinued and the pencils are also becoming scarce. They may not be in demand. Our university bookstore is not restocking Pentel leads in the once every present display case anymore.

    15 people found this review helpful

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