INNER JOIN [els_InventViewTbl]
ON [els_InventViewTbl].[els_SKU] = [vAvailQtyTbl].[ItemID]
[els_InventViewTbl].[els_Group_ID] = '2631'
AND els_vipmemberprice is not null AND els_columnvalue1 !='' AND (els_mfrnum!='BILL ONLY' or els_mfrnum is null)
Superb sharpener. Maybe the best out there. The pointer puts an extended angle point on your pencils and graphite drawing tools. Reliable, fun, great to hold in your hand, and very sharp. You won't...[more]
Your email will not be shared. We will only use your email address to respond to your question.
When asking your question, please be as descriptive as possible, it will allow us to give you the most accurate answer possible.
Superb sharpener. Maybe the best out there. The pointer puts an extended angle point on your pencils and graphite drawing tools. Reliable, fun, great to hold in your hand, and very sharp. You won't regret buying this, unless you find the luxury aluminum Dux sharpener ($30.00). I use my daily.
Rated by: SueAnn L.in Sandia Park, NM
Love this little sharpener.....it really puts a point on my watercolor pencils. Best I have ever used.
Rated by: Danielle G.in Scottsdale, AZ
I recently bought this sharpener in light blue, and haven't found anything to complain about. I'ts pretty, relatively lightweight (considering it's made out of glass), and makes a lovely addition to any artist's table, as well as being portable enough to take on the go. It also comes unscrewed a lot less often than other sharpeners I've tried (and I've tried a few), resulting in much less black powdery mess.
Copyright 1996-2015 MisterArt.com. All rights reserved.
Write a Product Review for Dux Pencil Sharpener
Add Your Review
Tell us what you think. We appreciate you taking the time
to share your opinion with other artists and crafters.
Please keep your review detailed and specific.
Tips on Writing Reviews
Give your perspective on how you used the product and why you liked or disliked it.
Keep your reviews short enough to hold the audience's attention.
Be honest and mindful of others when providing editorial commentary.
Include phone numbers, addresses, URLs, or HTML tags.
Write profanity, obscenities, vulgarities, or spiteful comments.