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A mechanical pencil has a replaceable and mechanically extendable ‘lead’. When it was first invented, it was considered a master of invention. A pencil that doesn’t need to be continuously sharpened, lose its sharpness and gives consistent performance whether it is writing or even fine drawing. First used in the 18th century, they’re a favourite of students worldwide today.
There are many reasons why they’re such a favourite not just for students but pretty much anyone else who works, writes or draws with a pencil, and here are some of them:
All these points and more make a mechanical pencil a great investment to have in your stationary box, so if you’re thinking of which one to go for, try the stylish Reynolds Artio, best mechanical pencil for writing. Its slim body is designed for an easy and comfortable grip and the fine tip sizes of 0.7mm and 0.5mm help in smooth, non-stop writing. It has an easy click mechanism which helps you write uninterrupted and comes in five exciting colours. So, choose your favourite colour and add the Reynolds Artio Mechanical Pencil, the best mechanical pencil to your stationary.