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Mechanical Pencil - Brass

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  • An all-metal mechanical pencil engineered to fit 10x more lead
  • Balanced weight and wide diameter for improved grip and comfort
  • Retractable lead sleeve protects graphite and eliminates nib wobble
  • Fits 2.4m of 0.7mm or 4.8m of 0.5mm diameter lead (40 refills)
  • Add personalisation of up to 50 characters, engraved along the barrel
  • Engineered in England from aerospace-grade brass
  • Bespoke mechanism built by specialist manufacturer in Iwaki, Japan
  • Delivered in a bespoke cotton sleeve and with a pack of 30 lead refills
  • Available in our other metals
  • Backed by our guarantee - Try for 30 days. Keep for 30 years.
    • The Designer’s Mechanical Pencil.

      The Wingback Mechanical Pencil is engineered to write as far as your journey takes you. With a wide 10mm (3/8 inch) diameter and diamond knurled grip, it sits comfortably in the hand to reduce writing fatigue, while the satisfying weight of its materials encourages more time to be taken with every stroke. A retractable lead sleeve protects the graphite and eliminates nib wobble, and a bespoke internal mechanism holds up to 2.4m of lead. It should keep you writing, sketching, drawing and designing as long as your creativity lasts. Every pencil can be personalised with a laser engraved inscription of up to 50 characters along the length of the barrel.

    • Metal: Aerospace-grade brass from Europe, CNC machined in Birmingham, UK.

      Mechanism: Bespoke all-metal mechanism made in Iwaki, Japan.

      Sleeve: Oeko-Tex double thickness cotton sleeve from Poland, Europe.

      Finish: Laser engraved, assembled by hand and packaged in London, UK.

    • Weight & Dimensions: 40g (1.41 oz), Ø10mm (3/8") diameter, 117.5mm (4.63") length

      Mechanism: Fits 2.4m of 0.7mm or 4.8m of 0.5mm diameter lead (40 refills)

      Engraving: All inscriptions are in capital letters and run along the length of the barrel

      Considerations: Brass will develop a unique patina as its surface oxidises and interacts with the natural oils in your skin. This pen will quickly look like a timeless tool, but can easily be polished back to its original lustre by following these simple steps.

    • It takes a few days to make each product to order but this ensures nothing goes to waste. We aim to dispatch all orders within seven working days and often a lot sooner. You'll receive an estimated dispatch day in your order confirmation email. Click here for the most up to date shipping information.

     

    Personalised brass Mechanical Pencil by Wingback

    Customer Reviews

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    John J (Chelsea, GB)
    Small but well engineered

    I purchased a mechanical pencil in steel. It is beautifully engineered but rather small in the hand and the lack of a pocket clip is a real disadvantage. That said I’m sure it will last a lifetime provided I don’t forget where I put it.

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    Paul Radford (Leatherhead, GB)
    A Thing Of Beauty

    I’d heard about Wingback mechanical pencils and seen pictures of them. Being someone who prefers pencil to pen I thought I’d treat myself to one. Not only does it look great, it feels fabulous in the hand and writes beautifully. I simply love using it.

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    David Bain (Newcastle, GB)
    Very pleased with my new mechanical pencil

    I love writing with my new mechanical pencil! It feels great, looks great and should last for years. Superb!

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    Richard Tiley (Bootle, GB)
    What a superb pencil!

    I love this pencil. It is beautifully engineered, is perfectly balanced and stores enough lead to last a l-o-n-g time. It feels 'right' in the hand but is weighted so that you know that you are holding and using it. The knurling on the barrel is spot on: not so aggressive that it shreds your finger tips but definitely pronounced enough to enable you to maintain firm, positive control. It matches the pen perfectly. Now, when will the fountain pen be ready?

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    Matt Huggins (Chesham, GB)
    Love it!

    I'll admit, I fell for the mechanical pencil initially based purely on appearance - I haven't used a mechanical pencil since school (a very long time ago!), but was eager to get my hands on this. Yes, it wasn't cheap, and was certainly a case of treating myself, but I don't regret it - it's a joy to hold, and a joy to use - very smooth, such a pleasant writing experience. Currently looking for more excuses to write rather than type!