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I don't like pencils,...
April 14, 2012
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I don't like pencils, but this sharpener makes pencils fun. The dial-your-point feature works perfectly, and your pencil will be honed to a fine point or a broader, gentler tip. The cover to the shreddie receptacle can slide freely, but it's a minor distraction. I wish I could read Japanese so I'd know exactly how to use the push button on the dial... do I push it in to turn or not.

These are work great, look great, and are neat.
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RoysterSB
I could not decide if...
February 1, 2015
Verified Purchase
I could not decide if I should give this little number 4 or 5 stars (had I been able, I would have settled on 4.5 stars), but when I accepted that my only reason for downgrading its rating was the price, I decided on 5 stars based on its function.

Once you get over spending 5.00 USD for a plastic pencil sharpener, you can begin to appreciate it's function. I now find myself reaching for the Kutsuwa Stad K'Zool over my gold standard sharpeners that cost more and have higher ratings. It's thin enough to fit inside the pocket of a pencil case, and has a hole cover to minimize shaving leakage. It has settings that you can use to sharpen different pencils so that you can achieve the point you desire. I will definitely be re-purchasing this in the future, now that I finally accepted that I like it even more than those that automatically shift to give a balanced sharpening. So in conclusion, it's clear that even though I find it on the pricier side of the spectrum, you are getting what you pay for in this sharpener.
Camilladog
it cuts very good aNd...
July 7, 2011
Verified Purchase
it cuts very good aNd always sharp, but i like to keep my case cleaN aNd this lets the peNcil led go every where aNd it get dirty.
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daisy.hackett
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