Uni Kuru Toga Roulette Mechanical Pencil - Silver - 0. 5 mm

Uni Kuru Toga Roulette Mechanical Pencil - Silver - 0.5 mm

The Uni Kuru Toga mechanical pencil

and its new mechanism solves a serious problem for every mechanical pencil user. When you write by using a regular mechanical pencil, the lead only wears down on one side, becoming a slanted wedge-shaped tip. This will cause a terrible feeling when you are writing or drawing and variations in line thickness on your paper.

The Uni Kuru Toga mechanical pencil brings a revolutionary change for solving this problem. With the "Lead Rotation" mechanism inside, the pencil is able to sharpen the lead by continually rotating the lead every time you lift the tip from the paper. So the lead will be kept in a conical tip shape that provides a smooth writing or drawing and consistent lines on your paper.

Uni Kuru Toga Roulette Mechanical Pencil - Gunmetal Grey

Uni Kuru Toga Roulette is a quality upgraded version of the fantastic Kuru Toga self-sharpening mechanical pencil. With a full metal nose cone and a knurled grip for added precision and professional finish, this is the Rolls Royce of mechanical pencils.

About Kuru Toga

With standard mechanical pencils, as you write the pencil lead is worn down until it is a slanted surface. Each time you write you will get a different experience depending on how the pencil is rotated. This can cause multiple annoyances.

There's a real problem that affects almost all mechanical pencils. As you use a regular mechanical pencil, the lead wears down on one side, forming a slanted wedge-shaped tip. Each time you put the lead to the page you end up using a different lead surface (pointy, flat, wide, thin) depending on how you hold the pencil. This can cause dramatic and unsightly variations in line thickness as you write or draw.

The Kuru Toga eliminates this problem with the use of an ingenious lead rotation mechanism that continually rotates the pencil lead as you write. A spring-loaded clutch twists the lead incrementally every time you lift the pencil from the paper. This allows a uniform wearing of the lead to create a conical tip shape that provides a fine, consistent line.

About Uni Mitsubishi

The Uni Mitsubishi Pencil Company of Japan is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Originally established in 1925, it has become one of the largest pen and pencil makers in the world. Uni's corporate philosophy is "the best quality is the best service."

Uni has produced some highly popular product lines over the years. The Jetstream ballpoint and multi-pen lines are known for their smooth-flowing ink. The Signo Bit UM-201 gel ink pens are hailed as the world's thinnest gel ink pens. The Signo Broad UM-513 white colour gel ink pen has become an absolute must-have light-colour ink pen by scrapbookers. The Kuru Toga auto lead rotation mechanical pencils keep the lead tip sharpened as the lead is consumed. Last but not the least, the Alpha Gel ballpoint and mechanical pencil series use soft silicone gel on their grips to reduce writing fatigue.

Thoughts on the Uni Kuru Toga Roulette?

I'm sorry if this isn't the right subreddit for asking about pencils, but I was debating whether to get the Uni Kuru Toga Roulette or the Rotring 600 mechanical pencil.

The only downside that I've read about the Rotring 600 is that it's heavy and the price is quite steep.

Do you guys have any insight?

I use the plastic Kuro Toga's at work every day. Best mechanical pencils I've ever had. I wouldn't hesitate to buy a Roulette if my work didn't buy me the plastic ones. The rotating lead thing sounds like a gimmick but trust me, it makes writing so much better and smoother than with a standard mechanical pencil.

My question is if the Roulette is better than the other higher grade kuru toga pencil?

I use the plastic Kuru Togas from Staples at work. No complaints, prefer over regular. Heading to Google to look up the roulette.

Roulette owner here. I love it. It's not so heavy compared to the plastic, which I used to use. It's just more dense since it's more slender and has a metal grip. Speaking of the grip, it's a wonderful, cross-patterened metal grip, quite good. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it unless it were $30 or something.

I love my Kuru Toga Roulette. I don't normally use pencils, but when I do have to use them, I use my Roulette. Writing with it feels so much better than the regular and the high-grade ones.

I loved my Kuru Toga at first, but after a while the play at the tip started to bug me. I switched to solid shaft pencils. Now I use an Uni Shift and a Sharp Kerry. The Roulette would need to be markedly more solid than the plastic ones for me to go back. Unfortunately I think the play is inherent in how it works, so I'm probably out of luck.

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