Kutsuwa Stad K'Zool Multi Pencil Sharpener - Black

Kutsuwa Stad K'Zool Multi Pencil Sharpener - Black

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4.0 (5 reviews)
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Only wooden pencil connoisseurs know that all sharpened wooden pencils are not created equal. The length of the sharpened lead core can make a big difference in a \"make it or break it\" lead experience. This pencil sharpener, a 2004 winner of the Japan Good Design award, allows you to adjust the length of the sharpened lead core. Numbers are labeled on a dial, the larger the number the longer the sharpened lead core. Levels range from 1 to 5.

Model NumberKUTSUWA RS007BK
Weight0.7 ounces
ManufacturerKutsuwa
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I am very favorably impressed...
May 7, 2013
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I am very favorably impressed with this item. I wanted a smaller, reasonably priced sharpener I could put into a pencil case, and this fits the bill. The mechanism that allows you to adjust the length of the sharpened graphite works well. Even the longest point possible with this is not excessive, but it is very sharp.
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Perfectly fine, but not...
June 11, 2015
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Perfectly fine, but not great in any way. I love the ability to adjust the length of the point, but this feature doesn't work as smoothly as I would like.
jtelezinski
It sharpens very well,...
March 7, 2015
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It sharpens very well, great design
Only thing i could criticize is the sliding door to cover up the area where the pencil is inserted. It has lost its ability to stay closed and could slide open in a bag if carried.
jhoversten
Similar in function to...
November 6, 2014
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Similar in function to the Stad T'Gall. Not as ergonomic as the T'Gaal. I have no idea what these names mean...
peter_labarba
I love these, and I don't...
October 12, 2014
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I love these, and I don't like pencils. Neat concept, and the dial-a-point really works. Only problem is the user: it's easy to lose the cover to the shaving's bin, the cover to hole, or the sharpener itself! Which is why I bought another.
RoysterSB
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