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Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink

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Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
  • Sonic Ratchetta Pencil Sharpener with Notification - Pink - SONIC SK-825-P
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The innovative ratchet mechanism in Sonic's Ratchetta pencil sharpener makes hand-sharpening your pencils quick and easy. You no longer need to repeatedly let go and re-grip the pencil while sharpening! Simply rotating the pencil back and forth does the job. The mechanism is similar to that of a ratcheting screwdriver. The Ratchetta also has a compartment for shavings, and a lid for covering the pencil hole when not in use.

This Notification sharpener has a button that you press down before sharpening. As you sharpen, when your pencil point is sharp and ready, the button pops up with a click sound, notifying you that you are done sharpening. Thus your pencils are saved from over-sharpening.

This is the Pink sharpener. Photos showing a pencil being sharpened feature the Orange sharpener.






Specs
Model NumberSONIC SK-825-P
Weight0.7 ounces

Reviews


December 12, 2014
I'm not sure if I broke...
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I'm not sure if I broke this or what - but I don't get whatever racheting action is supposed to happen. It's still a nice big sharpener to hold shavings, but there's nothing different about it. Maybe if I read Japanese it would explain :)

stuartlesch


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