SpeedPro Electric Pencil Sharpener

1 Hole(s) - 8" x 5.2" x 7.7" - Gray, Green

Reg. Price $63.16

Our Price $61.40 Each

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SpeedPro Electric Pencil Sharpener features a powerful motor and carbon steel blades to speed you through sharpening. Moveable dial accommodates six different pencil types, even triangular student pencils. Large capacity, translucent, spill-resistant shavings receptacle keeps things neat. Pencil stop feature prevents oversharpening. Thermal cutoff prevents overheating. Quiet operation makes sharpener great for use in school or office. Rear storage area even holds and organizes pencils.

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ACCO Brands Corporation
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Brand Name
Product Model
Product Type
Electric Pencil Sharpener
Spill Resistant
Limited Warranty
5 Year


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SwinglineSpeedPro Electric Pencil Sharpener

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Above and beyond!

By teel0

from La Vergne, TN

Comments about Swingline SpeedPro Electric Pencil Sharpener:

I can't believe how much I love my pencil sharpener, after many years of using another sharpener that sometimes annoyed me I got this one and the speed it sharpens with (I sharpen a lot of pencils) plus it does a great job it doesn't chew them up like my other sharpener did. This works great hasn't slacked at all and I love the holder in the back for my pencils. Great item!


Really cute and nice

By rajee

from Irving, TX, USA

Comments about Swingline SpeedPro Electric Pencil Sharpener:

Love this product and it really worth it. It sharpens the pencil very nicely


great product to use strong and very easy to use

By tnplummer

from Fort Myers, FL, USA

Comments about Swingline SpeedPro Electric Pencil Sharpener:

The sharpener is very easy to use and is very fast at getting them pencils perfect.


Not your ordinary electric pencil Sharpener

By Lycan13

from Chicago, IL, USA

Comments about Swingline SpeedPro Electric Pencil Sharpener:

I have bought many electric sharpeners and had many electric sharpeners fall apart. I was very surprise how powerful the Swingline® SpeedProâ„¢ Electric Pencil Sharpener was. It out performed all of the electric sharpeners on the market today.

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Sweet Little Pencil Eater

By NABMarketing

from St. Louis, MO, USA

Comments about Swingline SpeedPro Electric Pencil Sharpener:

What a great product. Can't say enough about it. The kids love it and I love it because, not like our last X brand pencil eater, it doesn't take half the pencil every time you sharpen your pencil. I almost paid for it be that savings alone. With 5 kids, homeschooled, it has a hard work day. Flying colors every time.

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