Weekly Deal: Robot Pencil Sharpener

March 14, 2011

Robot Pencil Sharpener: Someday, robots will rule the human race. For now, they just know how to sharpen a mean pencil. This helpful mechanical fella gets all “wound up” as you sharpen and then takes a walk. And if you’re more of a pen lover, the colorful four-inch-tall robot also comes with a wind-up key, so he can walk around for your entertainment without sharpening anything. Want your very own robot friend? “Like” Estella on Facebook to reveal our Weekly Deal tab, where you will find a 25% off coupon code for this friendly little guy. Coupon valid for 1 week only, until March 21. Just $6.75 with coupon.

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