This pencil amazes me in every way.
At first I was unsure of how it would feel writing with a pure metal pencil. I was afraid my hand would start hurting, that is not the case with this pencil, at least not for the math sessions I have had with it this far. The weight was something I was looking forward to, I love holding things you can feel the weight of in your hand, only downside might be dropping it during a lecture, that sound is LOUD, at least it's a robust creation which can easily tank the fall!
When it comes to the design and look of the pencil, I'm in awe every time I take it out from the box, it's stunning, and I've recieved a lot of compliments on it. The seamless design is magnificent, and the ability to change out the mechanism is awesome. Being able to brush the finish of the pencil whenever you want is also pretty cool, you can change the look and feel noticeably by changing how you polish it with the scotch brite.
The erasers are a really big surprise to me, I find myself in fear of using the eraser on your everyday supermarket cheap mechanical pencil. That is not the case for the modern fuel 2.0, I recieved a pack of extra erasers due to some delay on the shipping, and man I love thos little things. Now for obvious reasons it's nice to have an eraser by the side as well, but I find myself using the eraser on the pencil more and more!
All in all I have nothing bad to say about this beautiful creation, what you see advertised is what you get, and what you get is really stunning. All credit goes to Andrew Sanderson for creating this magnificent mechanical pencil.