|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 3.5 x 6.2 inches|
|Item model number||P60|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||P60|
Royal P60 Electric Pencil Sharpener
|Price:||$35.45 & FREE Shipping|
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- Royal P60 Electronic Pencil Sharpener
- Helical Steel Blade
- Large easy to empty shavings cup
- Auto Pencil Stop
- Built In Pencil Holder
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From the Manufacturer
The extra large transparent shavings receptacle allows you to see when it is time to empty the shavings.
The multi-diameter dial adjusts to 3 different pencil thicknesses.
Functionality Is The Foundation
The Royal P60 offers features not found in other pencil sharpeners. The built-in pencil holder makes sure you always have a sharp pencil at the ready. The extra large transparent shavings receptacle allows you to monitor the waste at all times.
The multi-diameter dial adjusts to 3 different pencil thicknesses. This unique feature enlarges the opening to accept thick elementary school pencils and reduces the opening to insure a clean point on those special designer pencils.
It's All In The Design
Royal builds value into every product. The sleek, vertically designed cabinet not only enhances the look of any desktop, but also houses a powerful motor and hardened helical steel cutting blades. Non-skid rubber feet keeps the base stable and secure while in use. A small sensor triggers an auto-start mechanism as soon as the pencil is inserted into the multi-diameter dial. The sharpened pencil point indicator automatically stops the motor when the pencil has a perfect point.
The P60 is designed for years of demanding use. Royal backs this product with a 13-year warranty on the motor and cutting blades. Not only has Royal designed form and function into the P60 but it has also designed confidence.
The sleek, vertical design with an extra large transparent shavings receptacle, built-in pencil holder and multi-diameter dial makes the P60 the only pencil sharpener you will ever need.
Royal P60 Electric Pencil Sharpener
- Multi-diameter dial adjusts to 3 different pencil thicknesses
- Extra large transparent shavings receptacle
- Heavy-duty helical steel cutting blades
- Built-in pencil holder
- Sharpened point indicator
- Auto start
- Auto pencil stop
- Non-skid rubber feet
- 13 year motor and cutter warranty
- Perfect for home, school and office
What's in the Box
P60 Pencil Sharpener with built-in power cord and instruction manual
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|Dimensions||6.25 inches x 4.5 inches x 3.5 inches||6.75 inches x 5 inches x 4.65 inches||5.68 inches x 8.5 inches x 8 inches||5.5 inches x 3.62 inches x 4.44 inches|
|Item Package Weight||2.45 pounds||2.55 pounds||2.75 pounds||0.7 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
I guess I'll have to sock big money into one that will finally work and last. :(
The one thing I didn't like at all from the beginning is that the dial for pencil size is very flimsy and cheap, it moves around a lot, and I had to tape it in place (not much of an inconvenience, but it looks tacky).
Also, note that in order to sharpen a pencil, the pencil must be pushed into the sharpening barrel with considerable pressure, otherwise the motor just spins and the pencil never sharpens.
Anyway, it is now more of a problem than a benefit and I am on the lookout for another sharpener.
I actually would like a decent hand held, but anything big or not nailed down disappears from the classroom, so I don't want to spend much.
I must first say that my unit did not function properly. When the pencil was inserted, I had to wiggle the pencil around in order to get it to start. That was unacceptable and I had to return it to Amazon (which was absolutely no problem. I Love Amazons return policy).
I will point out a couple of things that I noticed that turned me off as well.
The yellow wheel on the front that is used to set the pencil diameter is difficult to turn. Not finger friendly. Also, in the image it looks like the storage compartment is deep. It is not. The pencils that are in the picture must be at least 1/3 there original size. When sharpening, occasionally the blades grab the pencil and the unit starts to turn, requiring your second hand to hold the unit. When doing this, it is easy to dislodge the shavings container, thus stopping the sharpener.
I purchased a different model (X-Acto 1744 Heavy-duty electric pencil sharpener, black, 1 Unit. It is perfect. It is WAY more powerful and sharpens a pencil to a perfect point.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lead got stuck in my sharpener and after many attempts turning it upside down and pounding it on the counter, the lead would not come out. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Laurie Sato
Why is it impossible to find an electric pencil sharpener that actually works? This one just locks up for no reason. Works sometimes, sometimes not. Total waste of money.Published 5 months ago by Diane C. Fox
Expensive and did not hold up.
Sharpens pencils off center.
DO NOT RECOMMEND !
This pencil sharpener still works but after a few months I now have to hold (push it in) the front of it (the removable shavings tray) or it won't sharpen.Published 9 months ago by zrichel
This is the 2nd one I bought , Bought one for my nieces in grade school still working great after 2 years, so I bought one for my house,Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this sharpener a while back at Sam's Club. It worked great for about 6 months. After that, it continued to sharpen pencils, but not in any way that is at all useful. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nathan Lawyer
If I remember correctly I bought this one at Costco and it always got lead stuck inside and either have to completely disassemble to get it out or it just stayed stuck. Read morePublished 15 months ago by James Taumoepeau