May 28, 2015
This is the clown car of pencil cases.
That isn't an exaggeration. When I got it, I was dismayed at how small it seemed
to be. Then I started filling it up. This case started swallowing up everything
I put in it.
Here's what I have in mine:
Top small compartment: 2 Pilot Namiki ink cartridges. 1 small black Ain eraser.
1 USB Flash drive. 1 tube of Pentel mechanical pencil leads.
Top large compartment: 1 Pentel click eraser. 2 Coleto 4 in 1 multipens. 4 Uni
Signo Hello Kitty pens. 1 HiTecC pen. 1 Pentel Kerry mechanical pencil. 1 Pilot
Prera fountain pen. 1 Uni Propus soft highlighter.
Largest compartment: 1 Tombow correction tape/eraser in the long mesh pocket. 1
small tub of SortQuik in the smaller mesh pocket. 4 Pilot Eno mechanical
pencils. 1 Stabilo Boss highlighter. 1 Kadokadeshi small eraser. 1 small pair
scissors. 1 Swingline Tot stapler. 1 plastic travel Q-Tips case that I use to
store my Post-It flags.
If I had to, I could squeeze in a few more things. It would be a tight fit, but
there is indeed some leftover room, believe it or not.
When I first got it, I thought it would be funny to see if my TI-84 Silver Plus
calculator would fit in the large compartment. It did, cover and all. I also got
the sort-quik, Tombow corrector/eraser and two Pilot Enos in there with it.
Everything I need is now in one little case that takes up very little room in my
backpack, or my tote bag, when I use that instead. It's everything I was looking
for, and then some! The color is awesome, too.