Pentel Sharp P200
|Pentel Sharp P200|
|Also called:||P20X, P205|
|Pen Type:||Mechanical Pencil|
|Made in :||Japan|
Many, but not all country specific English language websites of Pentel make some form of claim that the SharpTM P200 is Pentel's most popular model of mechanical pencil. Despite that, the P200 was discontinued in Pentel's Japanese homemarket in c2009, although numerous limited edition versions have continued to be released in Japan. It is available in 0.3mm, 0.5mm, 0.7mm, and 0.9mm lead sizes, with the last digit of the model number representing the lead size, e.g. P209 is the 0.9mm lead version.
P200-FFPB Neon Orange
Bright orange, made in Japan.
P205 and P207 released in 2015, P209 released in 2016. 
P200-FGPB Neon Yellow
Bright yellow pencil.
P205 & P207 (released in 2015) manufactured Japan, P209 (released in 2016) made in Brazil.
P200-FPPB Neon Pink
Bright pink pencils, manufactured in Brazil and released in 2016.
Dark green pencil with a Brazilian flag printed on the body to celebrate the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. Manufactured in Brazil and released in 2014.
White pencil with a Brazilian flag printed on the body to celebrate the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. Manufactured in Brazil and released in 2014.
P200-40PB 40 Anos
Released in 2010 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the P205’s release in 1970.
References and Notes
- [https://nimrodd.net/2018/07/29/brazilian-p200s-part-2/ Brazilian P200s, part 2 ], Nimrodd's Blog