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X-Acto Deluxe Electric Pencil Sharpener
from Lake Hopatcong, NJ
About Me Budget Shopper
Comments about X-ACTO� by Boston� Work Pro� Electric Pencil Sharpener:
I was very disappointed in this product. It is very slow.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Cape Coral, FL
I bought this when my other sharpener quit working. My kids use it all the time sharpening pencils for school. It has worked out very well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Sharpens well but takes a little while
from Kennesaw, GA
About Me Quality Oriented
This sharpener is used constantly throughout the day as I teach 3rd grade. It works well but it tales a few second of holding it tight to get it to completely sharpen.
would buy this product again
from romney wv
have used this product and needed one for my home
Would buy this product again.
from North Carolina
About Me Value Oriented
from new jersey
good value easy to use
Not Good Enough
from Staten Island, NY
Poorly made. I have another X-acto model at work and it has the same problem. Rotors jam when you initially put a pencil inside. You have to spin the pencil along to aid the sharpening. This should not be necessary in an electric sharpener.
Good so far
By Danielle the teacher
from North Conway, NH
I am a second grade teacher. We sharpen A LOT of pencils. I have only had this product in use for a couple of weeks, but so far so good. I am hoping that it stays in good working use for at least one year.
Don't buy it!
I am disappointed in this product and would not buy another one.
Didn't even last a day
from Albany Oregon
I used this is my classroom and it didn't even last a day. It will now work for 2 pencils and then have to sit until the next day to do 2 more. Not a good thing.
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