Kutsuwa Stad T’Gaal Pencil Sharpener Review

Kutsuwa Stad T’Gaal
Pencil Sharpener ReviewTGAAL Variable Point Pencil Sharpener Review-5

What is it? The Kutsuwa Stad T’Gaal (wow, that’s a mouthful) is a compact and versatile pencil sharpener that’s sure to produce a point that even the most particular pencil aficionados like.

TGAAL Variable Point Pencil Sharpener Review-4-2Notes: The T’Gaal is pretty impressive. As you can see above, it’s able to produce everything from a very short point to  a decently long one. The sharpener is made of plastic, has a lead shaving removal door on the back, and a dial on the front to select the length of the point. A “1” yields the shortest point (foreground) and a “5” yields the longest (background). The selection knob operates smoothly and the blade inside is plenty sharp. It’s easy to use and produces a clean, sharp point that is a pleasure to write with. I find myself liking the “3” setting – not too long and not too short. Using it is simple: select your length, stick the pencil in, turn a whole bunch until there’s no resistance, and pull out a pointy pencil that’s ready to write.

TGAAL Variable Point Pencil Sharpener Review-2Overall, the sharpener gets the job done well. I like that there are options in point length. At just over $6.00, the T’Gaal is reasonably priced. If you’ve been looking to get the point of your pencil just the way you want it, look no further than this well-thought-out design from Kutsuwa.

Thanks to my friends at Jetpens for sending the T’Gaal to review!

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4 thoughts on “Kutsuwa Stad T’Gaal Pencil Sharpener Review

  1. Love the photos! I chose this sharpener after reading the Sharpener Guide on JetPens. I especially like that I can close it to keep the pencil & makeup cases neat. I have an orange for pencils & a green for eyeline/lipliner makeup pencils.

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