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- Sharpen pencils up to 8mm in diameter to an extra-long, super point
- High performance steel helical blade
- Durable metal casing; Auto stop safety feature
- Attach to desk using the included clamp
- Easy to empty sliding pencil shaving reservoir
This manual desk sharpener has a helical blade that can sharpen different sized pencils, as well as produce an extra-long sharp point that is ideal for fine detail pencil work. It comes with a clamp that mounts the sharpener securely to a desk, and includes an auto-stop security feature. The durable metal pencil sharpener case stands 5.25 in height."
Derwent Super Point Manual Desk Pencil Sharpener
Keep your pencils sharp and ready to use.
Your fine detailed pencil work relies on a dependable sharpener and the Derwent Super Point Manual Pencil Sharpener won’t disappoint.
Secure the sharpener to your desk or table easily with the included metal clamp or hold it comfortably in hand as you sharpen.
An old-fashioned hand crank engages the cutting edge of the durable china steel helical blade to spiral around your pencil’s core cleanly, efficiently and effectively, crafting your pencils to a super sharp, consistently extra-long point, every time you use it. A hand crank offers more control and the auto-stop mechanism prevents over-sharpening. The see-through reservoir tray conveniently slides away from the base for easy shavings disposal.
- Sharpens pencils up to 8mm in diameter
- Helical blade never requires sharpening
- 5.25 inches (133.35mm) high
- Cleaning brush helps keep the blade free of shavings
- No batteries required
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What goes wrong with all pencil sharpeners, including Derwent Super Points, can be easily fixed with the Derwent - other sharpeners I have had need to go straight to the garbage can. It is that sooner or later a pencil point will break off inside the mechanism, and block it up so you can only half-way sharpen pencils. With the Derwent, it is EASY to remove the sharpening mechanism and clear out whatever is stuck, and put it back together. Picture #6 in the manual shows how. It is done with the black ring behind the crank handle.
I have sharpened Prismacolor soft cores, Faber-Castell Polychromos, Derwent Inkense, Arteza Woodless Watercolors, derwent graphic pencils, Schpirerr Farben colored pencils, Blackwings, and Steadtler mars lumographs and they all fit and sharpened perfectly.
I don’t have it attached to anything, I put the pencil in and it securely clamps it in place so I can hold the top with one hand and turn the crank with the other and it works great.
The one downside I have found is some pencils don’t feel “done” so I have sharpened an extra inch or so unnecessarily. Now I sharpen 5 turns, take it out to check and do 5 more and repeat until it’s sharp. This thing could chew down an entire pencil very quickly if you aren’t careful.
Back to regular, less expensive sharpeners for me.
After several days of trying to find a solution, I discovered (using a light to look into the barrel) that the issue was not a foreign object stuck there, but a build up from the pastels I was using). I tried several things to remove it (toothpick, pipe cleaner, and paper clip) none were successful. I eventually used a computer screwdriver, long and very narrow while strong enough to push the material out; that time it worked and the sharpener now functions as intended.