| The only downside I see...
, February 7, 2014
The only downside I see in this case is that pens occasionally stick out the
side if you don't tuck them in the back of the left most pocket. As I only use
this to take a few fountain pens and an iPad stylus back and forth to school
with me, I generally only use the middle and right pockets.
I think the color in person looks a little more subdued than it did on my
computer screen, so depending on how it looks to you this may be more of a dark
olive green color. Personally, I love it.
For the price, this is a great value, and a perfect way to protect a few pens
from getting scratched.
| I love the relaxed feel...
, July 16, 2013
I love the relaxed feel of this pen case. We live in an engineered world, where
buildings must be able to withstand wind-storms and earthquakes that have a
frequency of occuring once every 10,000 years. What is my point? Well, it is
simply that some things need to be built to survive meteor strikes, nuclear
holocausts, getting run over by cars, and rabid dog attacks, but pen cases are
not one of those things.
Zippers are used to keep things relatively air and water tight; polyester,
nylon, and leather are the building blocks of athletic clothing, camping tents,
and protective gear for motorcycling. If you simply need a case to keep from
losing your writing instruments, to keep everything organized, and to protect
them from scratches then get this case.
If you are want for simplicity, then look no further.
P.S. If you have uncapped pencils, then store with the eraser side DOWN unlike
in the picture. otherwise you will puncture holes in the cloth.