Home / mechanical / 0.1 mm mechanical pencil 0.1 MM MECHANICAL PENCIL 27/08/2021 This technological drawing pen attributes a specific, chrome-plated reminder and an ink reservoir that have the right to be refilled using bottled drawing ink. Ink circulation is completed by gravity (as opposed to the capillary mechanism offered in the Rapidograph pens). The Isograph"s large ink capacity and also wear-resistant guideline make it perfect for hefty usage. Its push-on nib sleeve renders cleaning quick and basic. Each pen has actually a color-coded barrel and labelled screw-on cap. Ink is not had. Also pictured: Rotring Drawing InkYou watching: 0.1 mm mechanical pencilModel NumberROTRING 1903394ManufacturerRotring Body Color Dark Brown Body Material Plastic Capped or Retractable Capped - Snap On Clip Material Metal Clippable Yes Converter-Compatible No Diameter - Grip 11.4 mm Diameter - Max 12.3 mm Grip Color Brown Grip Material Plastic Ink Refillable Yes Length - Capped 13.0 cm / 5.1 inches Length - Posted 14.2 cm / 5.6 inches Length - Uncapped 12.4 cm / 4.9 inches Tip Material Metal Tip Replaceable Yes Tip Size (Line Width) 0.1 mm Tip Type Needle Point Weight - Barrel (with Ink) 0.24 oz / 7 grams Weight - Cap 0.11 oz / 3 grams Weight - Whole Pen (through Ink) 0.35 oz / 10 gramsSee more: Mechanical Vs Electrical Gauges, Gauges: Electrical Vs MechanicalBought it on amazon, yet I figured I'd submit my review below too. Foreword:I used this pen via Koh-I-Noor Ultradraw, so bear in mind if you use this withdifferent ink.Pros: - This pen is a solid perprevious, feels solid, ergonomic sufficient for long drawingsessions, and also lays dvery own a great line. - The tip isn't as finicky as I intended, and also I didn't have to address anyclogging, or anything. Flow was great. Cons: - IT DOESN'T POST!!! Massive detriment to making use of this pen while out and also around.My Koh-I-Noor Rapidographs post, which is why I bring them approximately rather. - I filled it up with Rotring ink, and also it did seem to leak a little bit. Probably onme though, I could have shaken as well a lot, - Doesn't lay down hairlines. It's not considerably finer than my other pens.My 0.25 gel pens are generally finer. Unfortunately, technical pens are not mysolution for the best pen in existence. Overall, an excellent pen if you don't have a heavy hand also and also want as much detailas you can fit. If you're looking for ultimate hairlines, examine out theTachikawa School nib. Significantly finer, however it tends to clog via paperfibers.