This one looks interestingÖ <>

It is reported to do well with Prismacolor pencils. It runs on AC, batteries or USB. You can choose blunt, middle, or a sharp point. 

I have no experience with itÖ just going by reviews.


> On May 18, 2016, at 5:07 PM, Anne Runyon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Thank you, Kathy, Alison and Karen too.
> I know that the Prismacolors get broken ... but I am hoping some will respond to a new sharpener a little better. Iíll check out these two suggestions.
> Annie
> Hi Annie,
> I've had good luck with:
> <>and have purchased a small fleet of them for the students to use when I teach classes in colored pencils.  They're inexpensive, and work well.  Good luck!
> Alison Schroeer
> Iíve heard good reviews for this one. Itís on my shopping list, although I donít have personal experience with it. Maybe check with one of the colored pencil groups if youíre on social media? 
> Derwent Super Point Manual Helical Pencil Sharpener (2302001)† <>
> Kathy
> On May 18, 2016, at 8:50 AM, Anne Runyon <[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
> Hi friends,
> (Sorry- I have an eraser... looking for a sharpener.)
> I have been using an old hand crank pencil sharpener and a couple of small
> metal hand-held sharpeners for eons. However, the newer Prismacolor pencils
> just don't sharpen well ... break way too often.
> I understand that an electric sharpener might help. Any suggestions for a
> good, modestly priced electric? I would prefer having it plug in, rather
> than be battery operated, but most importantly ... Will it sharpen
> Prismacolor pencils well?
> Thanks,
> Annie
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