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Sharpens like a knife...
December 11, 2010
Sharpens like a knife but without needing quite as steady hands.
I've seen many artists who will only sharpen like this or with a knife.

Not sure why anyone would give 1 star since it does what it says it will do.
12 people found this helpful
artemis125
i haven't bought the...
November 28, 2010
i haven't bought the product but im planning on getting it,
reply to the last review : i cut my pencil's like this too, except with scissors, there's nothing wrong with the way it is cut, i actually prefer cutting my pencil's like that (:
but yeah. i does look like a potato peeler xD
6 people found this helpful
mypetitecakes
I was excited to see...
August 20, 2014
I was excited to see this knife. l like to use Prismacolor pencils & a blade works better than a sharpener on them. Unhappily I did have to give a middling review score. There was no mention that I saw which indicated it could not be used by a left-handed person. It might be nice to add that info to the product description. Looks like a great tool. Too bad I can't use it.
1 person found this helpful
This is an excellent...
November 21, 2012
This is an excellent artist pencil knife. It’s a lot safer then using an xacto knife and cheaper then some of the knives you would buy at an artist supply shop.
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Great for sharpening...
March 28, 2015
Verified Purchase
Great for sharpening carpenter's pencils at work! It works much better than the box knife I had previously been using. All my co-workers love it too.
hmasbruch
I know a few artists...
February 12, 2015
Verified Purchase
I know a few artists who recommend using a blade/razor to trim their pencils to point. This seemed like a good, safe starting point to try it. Only problem is, the cutting edge of the blade is angled slightly upwards, so even with a lot of elbow grease, you can't get a sharp point to your pencil.
hairy.ape.man
This just does not work...
October 30, 2010
Verified Purchase
This just does not work as a sharpener, working only as well as a potato peeler would. Looking closely at the images of the knife on the site the crudeness and blunt pencil can be seen.
L.cruickshank
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