The durable yet elegant Saki P-666 Roll pen case is made from a plastic coated canvas that protects the case from stains and dirt. It also features color-contrast synthetic leather trim, tie, and inside flap. It has three inside pockets that can each hold approximately 3 to 4 pens or pencils, for an overall capacity of about 12 different instruments (number will vary depending on size of stored pens). Carry your writing tools in style with this roll-up case from Saki! Multiple colors available.
Case dimensions: 9.4 inches (24 cm) x 8.3 inches (21 cm).
Love this case! I love the trifold and the size. It is large enough for me to
carry a highlighter (Sharpie click highlighter) and my favorite pens ~ 9. It can
carry about 12 depending on the size of your pens but i prefer to leave one side
empty to make it more thinner. The materials seem good quality as it has not
ripped or faded yet. This case looks fancy and is very professional and
eye-catching. Whenever I take it out, people stare, which is a plus, and proceed
to ask about every pen and the case. $18 is a little steep, but i guarantee you,
once you use it, you'll fall in love with it. I enjoy taking this puppy out
knowing my pens are safe and they are warm with their blanket If you value your
utensils and want to keep them organized, safe and give them respect, i suggest
this case. The color is great, the materials are good and the prestige is there.
This case will not lose it's style- classics never die.
These are awesome! The Saki collection always has great products. I was actually
suspecting JP might come out with these. The faux leather is great, its well
stitched together and im really happy i managed to get the best color before it
It is a little bigger than its PlePle counterpart, but i guess its all good
since you can carry more pens and other stuff. I use it every day when i study
and 2 people have asked me where i got it from.
It makes a great gift for a friend of if you're looking for a new pencil case
This pen case is very durable and sturdy. It doesn't feel like it's going to be
falling apart anytime soon. The only concern that I have is when you wrap it
around your pens, sometimes it leaves a concerning imprint on the material.