The ORIGINAL Quicker Clicker™ Mechanical Pencil (no grip) - Discontinued

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$5.25
SKU PD345TAQ
  • The "original" side lead advance mechanical pencil
  • Convenient side button propels lead for continuous writing without changing hand position
  • Available in two tip sizes: 0.5mm fine line and 0.7mm medium line
  • The "original" Quicker Clicker Mechanical Pencil does not have a barrel grip
  • Conveniently refillable with Pentel Super Hi-Polymer® Lead and PDE-1 large refill eraser

Customer Reviews

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K.K.
best pencil ever

My mom gave me this pencil in elementary school I used all the way untill my son went to middles school, same pencil and now my son graduates high school I gave it to him and now find its broke:(. Please bring this pen back!

Kathleen, Sorry to hear that your classic Quicker Clicker is broken. Keep in mind that we back all our products with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Depending on if it was materials or workmanship, we may be to fix it. Please contact our Warranty team to explore options: warranty@pentel.com. I hope this helps!
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BEST PENCIL EVER!!!

I have used this pencil to make my way through High School, and then College. Now I teach. My dad was a draftsman and chose to use only the Pentel Quicker Clicker pencils. They are simple unparalleled. It has almost become an obsession to find the original Quicker Clicker wherever I look for pencils. It would please so many geeks and nerds if you were to bring this pencil back!

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The best pencil ever!!

Please bring this pencil back. It’s simply the best mechanical pencil ever! This version without a grip was the best! Maybe just offer it online....please I am begging you! See all the reviews on your webpage! Thank you!

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Most inspiring pencil a student could ask for. Please make more.

I can't tell you how many math problems I was inspired to work through for the shear joy of getting to write out my work with these pencils. I kind of suspect the original candy-color iMacs may have been inspired by this design. When I wasn't working on problems, I was using it to draw, or just pretending it was a jet (see how the clicker is just about the right position for a jet canopy?). I even cut out and bent up the plastic from a toy's retail blister pack to make wings. And you can see a hint of how it works without taking it apart.

Truly a classic design, in all the colors. Just look at eBay to see how much they're trading for: above inflation-adjusted retail. That's signal people. If you're in product development at Pentel, please, please, bring this back. And the Pan-Am, the PS513, and the PS535 while you're at it.

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