This right here is a pencil of my youth. There was always that minimalist robotic cool 90s aura to it, and when I saw one at my local pen store I had to pick it up for a little review.
The Logo has two main features to it: you can secure the lead sleeve away up in the body, and you’ve got about 32mm worth of rubbery white twist eraser.
I filled mine with some 0.7mm red Pentel leads so I could draw with it (I could’ve drawn with it using the regular lead, but red, somewhat like blue, makes the sketches look just a little bit better). Thus I embarked upon the baffling road of how the heck do I possibly get lead in this thing—and here’s the answer:
The top pulls away from the bottom. Voilà. The secret is out; the mystery, solved.
No big bells and whistles on this one, but the Paper Mate Logo still has a spot in my heart.
Office Depot lists them as available (though way overpriced) on their website; you can get a dozen of ’em on Amazon; or there’s always my local pen store, Office Supplies and More!