Review: Pilot Mechanical Pencil H-323, H-325, H-327 & H-329

The Pilot H-327 is the main mechanical pencil that I've been using for years. I remember writing a review for it before but for some reason I couldn't find it again.

Pilot Mechanical Pencil H-323, H-325, H-327 & H-329
The Pilot mechanical pencil is actually available in 4 different sizes, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7 and 0.9mm. Their product codes are H-323, H-325, H-327 and H-329, and body colours are yellow, black, blue and orange respectively. I've three of them, the 0.3, 0.5 and 0.7mm

Pilot Mechanical Pencil H-323, H-325, H-327 & H-329

Pilot Mechanical Pencil H-323, H-325, H-327 & H-329
I like the pointed tip of the pencil. Unfortunately, it doesn't have a rubber grip so it's not as comfortable to hold as compared to mechanical pencils that do have them, such as the Staedtler Mars Micro 775 which I also have.

Pilot Mechanical Pencil H-323, H-325, H-327 & H-329
The back is very typical with a cap that hides the small piece of eraser which I think is not replaceable.

It's a very hardy mechanical pencil. Lightweight and seemingly very durable. Compared to other brands, I like that you can differentiate easily the different lead sizes by the striking body colours of the pencils.

Availability

You can find these mechanical pencils on Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | Amazon.co.uk | Amazon.de | Amazon.fr | Amazon.it | Amazon.es | Amazon.co.jp

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