Waukee, IA, June 07, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Beaver Brand has just announced a new award for what has been dubbed the “ultimate tool belt accessory”—their clip-on pencil sharpeners. Awarded the Handyman Club of America’s Seal of Approval, the tool belt pencil sharpeners were given exceptionally high ratings by a hundreds of independent testers. The sharpeners are featured in the June 2007 issue of “Handy,” the Handyman Club of America’s monthly magazine.
Sturdy steel construction and a convenient, spring-loaded tool belt clip put Beaver Brand’s sharpener at the top of the rankings for performance, quality and design. Doug Child, a tester out of Colorado, comments, “I have used similar sharpeners made out of plastic before and they just don’t last… This one is the best made one I’ve seen.”
Joe Lavigna from Illinois agrees. “The replaceable blade is great because it’s the only part of the sharpener that would ever need replacing. This thing is indestructible. Probably the last sharpener you’ll ever buy.”
Available for standard pencils and carpenters pencils, the toolbelt pencil sharpeners are made of rugged steel, and can withstand even the heaviest use. An essential carpenter’s tool, the sharpeners clip directly to the tool belt, making it easy for a carpenter to maintain a sharp point without having to search for a blade to whittle their pencil.
For additional information, or to order a Beaver Brand sharpener for your toolbelt, contact Tim Kern or visit http://www.getabeaver.com.
About Beaver Brand:
Beaver Brand is a small, family owned company based in Waukee, Iowa. It was founded by Tim Kern, a trim carpenter looking for a simple, convenient way to "stay sharp" on the job. After years of sharpening his pencil with a knife, Kern developed the Beaver Brand Pencil Sharpener and now sells his tool belt pencil sharpeners to carpenters worldwide.
About The Handyman Club of America:
The Handyman Club of America is the nation’s largest club of do-it-yourselfers, with over 900,000 members. Based in Minnetonka, Minnesota, they produce the monthly magazine “Handy,” a weekly email newsletter, and maintain an extensive website with resources for professional handymen and homeowners.