Jolt™ Mechanical Pencil

Brilliance in writing technology…..Two shakes is all it takes!

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  • Two "shakes" is all it takes!
  • Revolutionary Sliding Sleeve Technology mechanically advances lead for uninterrupted use
  • Click top to advance tip, then shake twice to expose lead
  • Contoured barrel provides added comfort for extended periods of writing
  • Soft, latex-free grip provides control and ease of writing
  • Clear window displays spring mechanism
  • 2 lead sizes available
    - 0.5mm lead produces crisp, fine lines of consistent density
    - 0.7mm lead produces crisp, medium lines of consistent density
  • Available barrel colors
    - 0.5mm: Black/Blue and Black/Light Green
    - 0.7mm: White/Orange and White/Pink
  • HB lead is equivalent to a #2 pencil, guaranteed to scan on tests, resists breaking and never needs sharpening
  • Convenientally refillable with Pentel Super Hi-Polymer Lead and PDE-1 erasers

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Customer Ratings:

  • Navee mommy of 3

    Hard to find

    When I first discovered this pencil, I bought it at our JC campus bookstore. Looked pretty cool and neat so I thought I'd try it. Surely I got one (orange), a second one (pink) and one more (blue) for next time. I like it because of not have to annoyingly click the tops or the ends every time. Yes, the grip comes loose over time but that's based on usage obviously. The only place I know so far is our JC campus that had them. No retailer has them that I know of. My kids like using it for school and homework because NO SHARPENING is involved. Would LOVE to see them in stores.

  • Brenden

    It's ok.

    After a week of waiting for it just to be shipped, I received this pen in a very unprofessional package. When I removed it from the package, I noticed there was a white spring inside the pencil that jiggled around every time I moved it. It was annoying so I removed it. After a while of use ( I like the way it writes ) the grip has started to fall apart and the white tip on the end has started to become loose and jiggle where it holds the eraser. I probably would not recommend you buy this pencil because pentel does make better ones.