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Reddit reviews on Zebra M-301 Stainless Steel Mechanical Pencil, 0.5mm Point Size, Standard HB Lead, Black Grip, 12-Count

Sentiment score: 4
Reddit mentions: 9

We found 9 Reddit mentions of Zebra M-301 Stainless Steel Mechanical Pencil, 0.5mm Point Size, Standard HB Lead, Black Grip, 12-Count. Here are the top ones.

0.5mm standard lead point size for precise and enjoyable writingFeatures a lightweight, durable stainless steel barrel with a black non-slip grip for increased writing comfort and stabilityShorter length works well in shirt pockets and the secure metal clip guarantees your mechanical pencil will be there when you need itProvides a significant upgrade from everyday plastic mechanical pencils by combining style, strength, and valueRefillable with Zebra's Standard 0.5mm HB Lead Refill (99511) and Zebra's Steel M Pencil Eraser Refills (83211)

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Found 9 comments on Zebra M-301 Stainless Steel Mechanical Pencil, 0.5mm Point Size, Standard HB Lead, Black Grip, 12-Count:

u/sailerboy · 5 pointsr/AskEngineers

Can't believe no one mentioned the zebra m-301 (amazon link).

Solid feel, has some weight so it sits in your hand nicely, $16 (w/ shipping) for 12 pencils and durable (I have one going on 1.5 yrs like a champ). Enough quality to be a daily user but cheap enough you don't fret if you loose one.

u/Keavon · 4 pointsr/CalPoly

Zebra M-301 (0.5mm) is the pencil. You will never use another pencil in your life. Here's a twelve-pack which will last you a lifetime.

u/killerpac · 2 pointsr/teenagers

I mean these are pretty cool

u/Labyrinth666 · 2 pointsr/trees

http://www.amazon.com/Zebras-Stainless-Mechanical-Pencil-54010AMZ/dp/B001CRS4EY There is a metal tube that is easily removed from the rest of the pencil.

u/poppyash · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I bought a pack of Zebra M-301 mechanical pencils 15 years ago and they're still going strong. Lasted me all through high school and college.

u/nervousairman · 1 pointr/CasualConversation

I use the Zebra M-301 (0.5 lead). It's durable, though somewhat smaller than most mechanical pencils I have used.

u/-iSqueezeAutists- · 1 pointr/rutgers

> I just use 3 subjects notebook from student center convenience store

Now I'm interested :D

I've heared the 3 subject ones are 150 pages, does that mean 150 pages per subject or 150 pages total? If it were the latter I wouldn't buy, but if its the former then I'm interested.

> Chemistry doesn't really require notes imo, so I wouldn't bother getting a notebook for that.

Could you elaborate? I got all of Tav's notes from my friend since I'll be taking it off season. I'm not sure who my instructor will be, but I've always had a policy of taking down notes in some fashion.

> You can easily prevent this by using a pen that doesn't bleed as much. Using a pen also makes sure your notes stay semi-permanent.

My problem with pens is I don't feel like I'm able to write as well with them as I am with a pencil, I use this pencil for reference I'm extremely pleased with the quality and performance of it <3 Are there any pens that can match it? I generally feel my notes become sloppier with a pen, so that's why I'm hesitant to use a pen for notes, I've done it before, its not very comprehensible.

> It's much easier to organize your stuff in one notebook.

I would like to agree but I'm saving up a lot of them for the MCAT, and I don't want to carry around old baggage from classes which won't be on the MCAT.

Thanks for taking the time for responding! Have a happy new year!

u/MagnificentMath · 1 pointr/math

I've always used Zebra M-301s. They are stainless steel, 0.5 mm, and feel very nice in your hand. They have a certain feeling of precision when being held.

However, they had a tendency of poking my leg when they are in pocket. So I've recently switched to Alvin Draf-tecs (I recommend you get at your local art store) which have retractable tips. I like them, but I'm not sure if I like them better than the Zebras.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/AskReddit

The standard lead diameter is becoming increasingly thick because it's more difficult for young students to break and therefore more popular. As I understand it the portion of the market that this group represents is big enough to sway the entire market. You should consider ordering these online. The M-301 is the greatest .5mm ever mass produced.