Kum Scribble 1870K M2 Magnesium Pencil Sharpener - 2 Sizes - Garden

Kum Scribble 1870K M2 Magnesium Pencil Sharpener - 2 Sizes - Garden

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Kum, a leader in the science of pencil sharpening, has a line of pencil sharpeners that target minute details of the pencil sharpening process. Each sharpener features an ultra-hard high-carbon steel blade held securely in place by a screw (versus a rivet which can cause the blade to wobble). The razor sharp blade fits inside a cone-shaped hole that has narrow grooves to reduce friction, allowing you to turn and sharpen pencils with less effort.

This particular sharpener gives you two options for your pencil, one that produces a long and sharp point (for harder lead grades) and one that produces a shorter point (for softer lead grades). Lightweight body is decorated with fun pencil illustrations.

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This sharpener works...
May 20, 2015
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This sharpener works better than any of my expensive electric sharpeners, and works almost as fast. Plus it's compact, lightweight, and easy to use.
Didn't work well for...
September 8, 2012
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Didn't work well for me. The sharpener creates a far too blunt point, and tears up some colored pencils. On the good side: I like the little can, the lid fits on securely, and the little plug works well too.
I want to love this sharpener,...
August 26, 2011
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I want to love this sharpener, but it's chewing my pencils to bits. I've sacrificed most a Derwent pencil to try and work out the problem, but I just can't get it to sharpen smoothly and give the necessary fine point (heck, at this point I'd be happy with a medium-fine point, as long as it didn't chew up the wood). It does look very cute, though.
Very cute ,sharpens quite...
April 12, 2011
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Very cute ,sharpens quite correctly, but kept opening in my bag. I bought it because it looked like it wouldn't spill , it's not closed tightly actually. I washed twice my pencil purse and then put it aside.
I teach middle schoolers...
January 27, 2011
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I teach middle schoolers in South Korea and while mechanical pencils (or "sharps" as they're called) are popular, the majority of my students still use wooden pencils. I've gone through a handful of cute (but ultimately cheaply made) pencil sharpeners through the school year as they couldn't withstand the intense sharpening needs of my students. I finally splurged a month ago and purchased this sharpener. It's been amazing so far and does as advertised - it's very easy to sharpen pencils, there's no tugging or stopping for inferior wood issues, and all the pencils are perfectly sharp for my students.