The brilliantly designed NeoCritz pencil case by Kokuyo combines function with style. Zip it up and carry it as a pouch when on the go, then once you're settled at your desk, open the case and fold back the top to convert it into a standing pen holder. Watch the transformation in the video below! As a standing pen and pencil holder, it takes up little space on the desk, perfect for those of us who never have enough space. Your pens and pencils are displayed well and easy to grab. There are two small pockets that come in handy for stashing some correction tape, erasers, and lead.
Try using this case for other purposes too. Kokuyo reports that many ladies enjoy using it as a makeup pouch!
Dimensions when closed: 7.5 x 3.1 x 2.0 inches (19.0 x 8.0 x 5.0 cm).
This is a nice pencil case, with two inner compartments and the main feature is
that it stands alone upright. It fits around 18 writing/drawing instruments when
zipped open, but only around 10 when zipped shut. But this would probably be
fine for many people.
If I could go back in time, I would instead have bought the Nomadic PE-06 Side
Zipper pencil case.
Nice gimmick case for a minimalist sketching kit, but the Kokuyo Kaddy can hold
a few more tools. The bright interior orange liner makes the contents easier to
spot by contrast. The small interior pocket and pouch can hold cases of leads
and small erasers. Functional case, though it does not feel very sturdy on top.
Will be interesting to see how well the stitches withstand normal wear and the
extent of the rip resistance of the orange liner.
A great case! It holds 9-12 utensils comfortably. It works smoothly, but the
best thing is just having a case that stands up on its own; it makes switching
pens and pencils so easy. It even has a little bit of padding at the top to help
protect its precious contents.
I love it. It is the only pencil case that I have that stands up on a steady
base and never threatens to fall over. I have 50 colored pencils in it. It zips
up really tight but I usually pack up my cases pretty full. So far very durable.
I use it on planes as well as at home. If I didn't have it so packed with
pencils it would easily hold an eraser and a compact pencil sharpener.
I just wanted to write a follow up review of my previous one. I often find it
helpful to know if the product will last after the initial year.
I still love my transformer pencil case and it's held up wonderfully. I got it
last year in January and it still is extremely sturdy after all the abuse I put
it through. I carry it from school to work to home and the seams are still as
tight as every, though I've overstuffed it and the internal structure still
stands up perfectly. I can sort through my pens in no time to pick the write
Anywho, I have nothing but good things to say about this pencil case. I highly
recommend it to anyone.