Accessories for sharpening coloured pencils and pencils

Sharpeners

Sharpeners for sharpening coloured pencils and pencils are available in a single, double and triple pack. We are constantly checking and optimizing the quality of our sharpeners. It is usually advisable to replace sharpeners after approx. 12 fully used up pencils to avoid broken leads due to blunt sharpener blades. The sleeve sharpener received the ISPA Award 2007 - further proof that even something as simple as a sharpener can be improved – true to the Faber-Castell motto: Making the ordinary extraordinarily good.
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Faber-Castell - Grip 2001 trio sharpening box, red/blue, sorted
Grip 2001 trio sharpening box, red/blue, sorted
Faber-Castell - Grip 2001 trio sharpening box, silver
Grip 2001 trio sharpening box, silver
Faber-Castell - Sharpener Grip 1834 double hole
Sharpener Grip 1834 double hole
Faber-Castell - Grip 2001 trio sharpening box, silver, set of 1
Grip 2001 trio sharpening box, silver, set of 1
Faber-Castell - 50-34 metal twin sharpener
50-34 metal twin sharpener
Faber-Castell - TK lead sharpener for TK leads
TK lead sharpener for TK leads
Faber-Castell - Sandpaper block
Sandpaper block
Faber-Castell - Twin metal sharpener for artists
Twin metal sharpener for artists
Faber-Castell - TK lead sharpening box for TK leads 2.0, 3.15 mm
TK lead sharpening box for TK leads 2.0, 3.15 mm
Faber-Castell - Metal sharpener
Metal sharpener
Faber-Castell - Castell 9000 twin sharpening box, green
Castell 9000 twin sharpening box, green
Faber-Castell - Spare sharpener for Perfect Pencil
Spare sharpener for Perfect Pencil
Faber-Castell - Sleeve twin sharpening box, red/blue, sorted
Sleeve twin sharpening box, red/blue, sorted
Faber-Castell - Sharpener Sleeve Mini, assorted colours
Sharpener Sleeve Mini, assorted colours
Faber-Castell - Sharpener UFO in gift box
Sharpener UFO in gift box

Interesting facts about sharpeners

Preventing lead breaks

Always make sure that your sharpener still has a sharp blade. Blunt blades fray/tear the wood and leave the lead susceptible to breaking - at least on the more delicate/softer coloured pencils. The dreaded breaking of the tip / lead is often caused by an old or blunt sharpener and not the pencil.