Patented technology eliminates lead breakage regardless of writing styles and angles. Somehow, Japanese engineers who had nothing better to do found a way to counter the pressure from your hand to the lead & paper and eliminate it - thus completely solving the problem of leads constantly breaking in mechanical pencils. It works like a 100% effective shock absorber on car, using springs inside the body. We saw this little miracle on an NHK/PBS TV show about the resurgence of hand-written letters and notes in Japan (a counter-reaction to impersonal electronic social media and email.) IT ACTUALLY WORKS !
In most pencils that are worth anything you can make sure the lead doesn't break by using the pencil properly and only extending the lead out only a little bit past the tip. This is also easier in good pencils that don't push out a bunch of lead out with every click. This of course means that you knock the pencil more often to get more lead out. People don't like to do this. They like to have a nice 2mm of lead out all at once that inevitably break when they push to hard, so they end up having to click even more and waste a lot of lead.
Not only is the DelGuard a good mechanical pencil that will give you a little bit of lead at a time, but it will also let you use up to four clicks, maybe five clicks, (1.5mm - 2mm of lead) with ZERO breakage. If you use this unbreakable pencil properly, you will rip up the paper on which you write before you break the lead.
Life is too short to live without the The Mechanical Unbreakable Pencil. Be happy. Be Content. Be Satisfied.
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