|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 2.8 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||SC12|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SC12|
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- Adjustable sharpness knob
- Shavings pull-out tray
- Made of plastic
- Measures 4 x 4.5 x 2.75-Inches
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Don't be fooled, it's not a working camera, it's just a pencil sharpener. It can be adjusted to match the size of most pencil widths and has a handy tray for removing the sharpenings.
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|Item Dimensions||4.5 x 2.75 x 4 in||4.75 x 2.75 x 4.25 in||4.8 x 4.4 x 2.7 in||4.9 x 4.9 x 2.9 in||5.31 x 2.95 x 4.92 in||4 x 4 x 4 in|
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I'm not saying this is a counterfeit. I don't know. Maybe Kikkerland is now having these made in Asia (why not; everyone else is). We're going to keep it and see how it holds up compared to the originals, but I wanted to warn buyers who thought they were getting the one in the cute cardboard box.
I'm not giving this five stars because of the noisy crank, which makes me suspect that it's not machined as well as the older ones. I'm going to give this four stars because it still uses the ingenious design that ensures a perfectly sharpened pencil every time.
I wanted to confront a couple of issues people seem to have. I have seen people say that it doesn't sharpen that well. This pencil sharpener can give your pencil a great point. On the back of the pencil sharpener is a little silver knob, you turn it clockwise (tightening it) to give your pencil a shorter more blunt end, counter clockwise to give it a finer longer end.
Using the sharpener, this seems to also be an issue amongst some of the negative reviews. If you look at the picture of the sharpener itself you see a grey square sticking out, with your right (or left hand) hold on to the sharpener itself, push in the tab with the other hand and pull out until it clicks into place. You push the little piece in again to insert your pencil (it holds onto it while you sharpen the pencil). Make sure your pencil goes all the way into the sharpener, let go of the silver tab. Hold onto the pencil sharpener and rotate the crank in the back. To release the pencil again push into that grey tab that has been mentioned a couple times, and admire the work of your little sharpener that you proudly display on your desk because it's kind of adorable!
One other thing that can happen and be disconcerting if you don't know how to fix it, you pull out the pencil thing playing around, but then can't figure out how to get it back in and you don't have a pencil. Rotate the crank in the back and it will go back in.
Like I said, I loved this product enough to replace it when the first one broke due to my sons misuse. I would recommend it.
1. Pull the top drawer out. (it locks itself into place)
2. Press down and hold the small, grey, square button to the side of that same top drawer and slide the pencil into the slot, then let go of button.
3. Hold apparatus in place and start turning the handle.
That's it! (Even the instructions it comes with, could seem a bit long.)
You don't have to worry about pressing the pencil in or even holding it in place. That's what that little grey button does for you. Just crank the handle and you will know when it is done. I sharpened 13 pencils today one right after the other, perfect each time!
I simply do not understand complaints. Elementary aged kids CAN use it, just have the patience to show them how and that's it. I did.
Someone commented that it is better than the electric sharpener they have and I completely agree. The fact that is it stylish, is simply a bonus.
#1 For comparison or clarification, read the Top 5-Star Review for this product which
similarly talks about how to operate it. If you're ok with the operating steps, BUY IT !!
#2 Bottom line: IT WORKS, but it's not the "just stick your pencil and start cranking" type
like the ones typically provided in schools for little kids.
First of, thanks to Amazon for quick and easy handling of full refund for this product.
This item has really good reviews, but be warned that though it looks simple,
it's not the same as the other "simple" sharpeners where you just stick a pencil in
and crank until it's sharp. This one has a couple of adjustments that adults may just
find cumbersome, but that can frustrate your average grade school kid who just wants
to sharpen his pencil quickly just like he does with school-provided sharpeners.
This is what I remember on how to use it. If anyone sees an error, kindly point it out
for other customers.
1. Stick pencil in while pressing the tab on the front upper right side.
2. Pull out upper part (like a drawer).
3. Press tab again and push pencil in until it won't go in anymore.
4. Start cranking to sharpen.
5. The upper part which you pulled out gets drawn in as you crank. When it's all the way
back in, check pencil if sharp enough already. If not, go back to step 1.
Hope this helps. Sorry if it's confusing, but that's the whole point. I was hoping to
just get a simple pencil sharpener where you just stick a pencil in then crank to sharpen.