Rotring Rapid Pro 1904260 - Portaminas (2 mm), color negro
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- Color negro mate
- 2,0 mm
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rotring Portemine rapid PRO noir, 2,0 mm
metal massif - mat, revetu par poudre noir, mecanisme de pression pour un guidage de la mine controle, manche hexagonal, epaisseur de mine: 2,0 mm, zone de prehension moletee, gomme avec capuchon protecteur, taille- mine integre dans le capuchon (nouveau: 1904260 / S0949370)
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A few days later it arrived. I found the triangular prism-shaped box that it came in to be rather innovative; this seemed to protect the pencil well. I opened the box and held the pencil. I was quite impressed with the heft behind it. I took out whatever lead came in it and put in a piece of Staedtler 4B lead, and wrote a few sentences on a piece of engineering computation paper, since that's the paper that I use the most often (it's slightly thinner than typical copier or notebook paper). I was impressed by how it felt like it was seemingly made for my hand: the weight balance was spot on, the knurling around the grip was very comfortable, not too rough like so many pencils tend to be. I was worried that such a heavy pencil made of metal would be of a somewhat large diameter, which I've learned to live with – I'm a girl with sort of small hands – but don't particularly care for some of the THICK pencils, I almost feel like a little kid holding some of them! I was very pleasantly surprised when this pencil, despite its mass, fit my hand so well. I could write forever with my Rapid PRO. I'm very happy with it, and I can NOW justify the expense to myself and to my friends who say, "You spent HOW MUCH on a pencil?" I have a feeling that a few of my other 2 mm lead holders will be finding new homes with my friends in the next few months. I've found MY pencil. And I just LOVE the matte black finish. It's gorgeous. If you're on the fence, just go for it! You'll be happy that you did.
I have both an Alvin Promatic and a Staedler Mars Technico, and although the Alvin approaches the quality of this Rotring, the Rapid PRO 2mm is still several tiers above it. It is extremely well made, solid, and durable. The knurled grip is extremely...grippy?...but is so finely machined that it does not cause any discomfort when you grip it with your full strength. It balances very well for me and gives a fantastic and smooth drawing experience. The click mechanism is also, in my opinion, far superior than the standard drop mechanism found in most 2mm lead holders.
Some Facts I feel are important as a consumer:
-This lead holder has a push mechanism.
Clicking the cap extends the lead a few millimeters forward, and storing the lead involves holding down the cap and pushing the lead back up into the pencil. Essentially, this works the exact same as a normal mechanical pencil, and differentiates itself from most lead holders that have a drop mechanism.
-The tip of this pencil has a drafting extension.
What this means is that you can use the metal tip of the pencil to guide it along a straight edge/t-square without nicking the lead, but also that it does NOT work with many rotary lead pointers. I personally have an Alvin rotary lead pointer, and the barrel does not catch correctly. It also doesn't work with my C-thru lead pointer, but due to the thickness of the barrel. I generally just use a small manual lead pointer, or the one included in the cap.
-The grip is thicker than the barrel
For the 2mm version at least, the octagonal no-slip barrel is rendered useless.
-This lead holder is HEAVY.
Due to the all metal construction, much heavier than any of my other mechanical pencils, even the Alvin. I am heavy handed so it feels fantastic in my hand, but the significant weight is something you should be aware of. Those with an especially loose grip or light hand my find better balance in plastic pencils, and it's usage will also greatly depend on if you draw more with your wrist or your arm.
I absolutely love this pencil, and I anticipate using it for years.
In resume, the rapid pro would be a perfect pencil if it feels as the kuru toga, in my opinión. So, if you compares both prices, the kuru toga is more cheaper, but I certanly do not know which is the realiability of te kuru toga rotating system for people that is using it, all the time.
I recommend the rotring, if you want a excellent pencil, great quality product, for long time.
I hope it could be useful.