What you need to know about Pentel’s mechanical pencil

When Pentel first launched the Pentel mechanical pen in the mid-1990s, it was billed as a pen that would “break the mould”.

That claim was quickly debunked. 

Now, a few years later, the pen is widely regarded as the best mechanical pen on the market.

It’s a very, very good pen.

The Pentel P7 is the second-best mechanical pen we’ve ever tested.

It has an ink capacity of 500ml, an ink flow rate of 12,400ml/minute and a barrel length of 21mm.

Pentel’s first-gen P7 was available in five colours, and it came in three versions: black, grey, gold and silver.

When we first reviewed the P7, we were extremely impressed with its quality and durability.

We thought it would last us a long time and, as we saw it, it did.

However, when we asked about the pen’s durability in our review, we found it was actually quite fragile.

It came with a scratch on the underside of the barrel, a small nick on the tip of the nib and, of course, some rust on the barrel itself.

What makes the P8 different from the P5 is that the pen can now be used on all types of paper, including thick, semi-flexible and paper with a lot of micro-fringes. 

The pen can be refilled with the new InkJet cartridge, which has a higher capacity of 50ml and the ability to fill up to 500ml in one go.

It can also be refill in a single cartridge. 

It also comes with a new PenJet refill that can refill the pen up to 400ml in a time of 20 seconds.

There’s also a PenJet cartridge refill for the P4 that has a capacity of 100ml and a refill speed of 1,200ml/second.

And, as of today, the P3 can be replaced with the P9, a pen with an ink volume of 500 ml, a flow rate that’s 25,000ml/hour and a ink capacity that’s 3,400 ml.

To see the PenJet cartridges, click here.