The durable, elegant Saki P-660 Roll pen case is made from a soft synthetic leather that is pleasant to the touch. A matching strap wraps stylishly around the case to tie it closed. The three roomy pockets inside hold three to four pens or pencils each, and you could even store a small ruler. A flap prevents your things from falling out of the case. Carry your writing tools in style with this roll-up case from Saki!
If there was one thing I would have wanted different, it's that they made this
pencil case slightly longer. However, that's only because I use this to carry my
This is a roomy roll-up case that I've fit 8 graphite pencils, 4 charcoal
pencils, a tortillion, and about 11 short-handled watercolor brushes. Sometimes
I'll sneak in a few extra items or exclude some, but they all fit well and
I had purchased this looking for a fairly water-resistant and (if possible)
aesthetically pleasing pencil/brush case.
Back to my initial point, I wish it were longer because even with my
short-handled brushes, some are a little bit longer than average leading the
brush tip to protrude from the top of the case. This risks damage but there's
also the case where if it was just a little longer, I could use the inner flap
to cover the tops of the brushes and prevent them from being so susceptible to
falling out when it the case accidentally tips upside down in my bag.
That being said, I gave this five stars because it is a pencil/pen case. Not
advertised as a brush case. For the purpose of holding your everyday stationary,
this will do the job well and also has a classier feel than your average pencil
I got this case because I needed something to tote around my fountain pens that
would keep hold all the different ones I have inked (I like having multiple ink
colors available) but also keep the pens from knocking together. This fit the
bill perfectly. Each third of the case holds up to four Pilot
Metropolitan-sized pens, and the flap covers up the tops of the pens to protect
them. The leather looks classy and is nice and sturdy so the case doesn't feel
floppy or flimsy. I had thought the strap method of fastening would annoy me,
but it's actually not that bad. I usually leave it untied during the day, and
when I'm ready to roll it up it's easy to pull the strap snug - and the leather
holds onto itself nicely, so it stays snug and doesn't come untied. Definitely
glad I got this!
(The only thing I've noticed so far is that some of my pen clips are very
tight/firm and tend to leave impressions in the leather. This is an issue with
the pens, not the case, so I don't want to remove a star or anything, but people
might want to consider that and possibly go with a fabric case instead if that
A well made tough roll that will take lots of wear and tear Very good for the field It is much longer than other rolls so it will take brushes or longer
waterbrushes Organize it so it will roll tight, bulkier items in the first fold or it will
not roll flat Otherwise a good pen roll
Simple case. The material does have a slight hint of a "plasticy" smell to it --
but I found it to be hardly noticeable. Plenty of room (I fit 6 fountain pens, a
drafting pencil, four technical pens and a nib holder and it still closed
comfortably). Though the material is leatherette, it looks sharp. And for the
price it really can't be beat.