Battery Operated Imikas Pencil Sharpener Review

  • By Stephanie
  • October 22, 2015
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Disclaimer:  I received this product for free or highly discounted in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions expressed are mine.


S loves to sharpen pencils.  I taught him the old school method of sharpening pencils by turning the pencil over and over again in the little tiny sharpener.  He would sit at the counter and sharpen his pencils for like an hour and only get 2 done.

S had to take sharpened pencils when he started school.  When we went school supply shopping it cost $3 more to buy them pre-sharpened.  I told S he could sharpen the pencils with our electric pencil sharpener.  He loved doing them but it makes it difficult when it has to be plugged in and I have to worry about P getting a hold of the plug.

A Battery Operated Imikas Pencil Sharpener would be the perfect solution.  S can sharpen as many pencils as he wants and I don’t have to worry about P or any plugs.  The first morning I put the batteries (4 AA) in this and S sharpened every pencil he had (about 25).  Now every day he checks his pencils to see if any of them need a sharper point.  This has worked out great and is very easy to empty.  In fact, I have not emptied once.  S figured out all on his own how to do it.


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Disclaimer: I have never claimed to be any great writer. So any mistakes that are made are my fault. Sometimes I mix up names B, S, and P, but I think you can figure out who I am talking about. If you find any grammatical errors just fix it in your mind so it sounds right.
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