A friend came back from Europe last year toting this Lamy "propelling pencil" and has been addicted to its refined, ergonomic design ever since. A spring-loaded claw grips a 3.15 mm thick lead (also available in a 0.7mm diameters) that produces a smooth, satisfying line and makes the pocket-sized pencil perfect for jotting notes and quick sketches. Well-balanced with a pleasant weight, the Scribble is an example of elegant, characteristically solid German engineering.
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