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This faux-leather pencil case adds a touch of sophistication to any desk or workspace. Case features a full-length zipper opening and a handle with a convenient push-button clip, that allows you to hang it from a variety of places. Will fit about 10 pens/pencils (actual capacity may vary, and depends on the size of writing instruments stored inside). Different colors available. Made in Japan.
Case dimensions: Approximately 7.1 inches (18 cm) long, 2.2 inches (5.5 cm) wide, and 0.8 inches (2 cm) deep.
Having amassed over a hundred pens and pencils over the course of college and
med school, i need to find a home for my little friends. Although i have many
pencil cases i needed one that i could carry with me anywhere i go. The Saki
P-676 Pen case is a very classy and slim pencil case. I looks amazing and for
its seemingly small size, it can easily hold 8-9 pens with an eraser and pencil
lead without the case bulging or the zipper being hard to close.
If you need a good pen case and are thinking about buying this one, stop
thinking and just buy it. You will not regret it.
This is a nice pencil case but the photos are a bit misleading. I looks like it
has pretty crisp edges on all sides in the photo. In reality, the long sides
look a lot more like a gentle slope and only the short ends have edges. The
material feels soft. If you have slim pens like the Zebra metal barrel ball
point pens, you should be able to fit 11-12 in here.
As a tax accountant with an office supply/fountain pen addiction, I regularly
find myself carrying way too many pens with me in my purse from day to day. I
have bigger pen cases designed to hold lots and lots of pens, but I wanted
something small, slim and professional looking to fit into even my smaller bags.
I took a chance on this, and its been the best case I've found for my needs.
It is small, so all the other reviewers are dead on about that. But you can
actually fit a surprising amount of pens in here. Today, mine is currently
jam-packed and barely closes with three Lamy Safari fountain pens, 5 glitter gel
pens, and three Staedtler/Micron pigment pens. At other times, I've gotten as
many as 6-7 Lamy Safaris, which definitely are not small pens, if that gives you
a better idea of what it can carry.
The brown color is fantastic too - conservative enough to be professional, still
casual enough for everyday use. The black I ordered by mistake, and so got to
see it before returning it - maybe even more professional looking in black, but
a little more generic and I rarely go for black anything! The red color seems
sassy and fun, but I consider red to be so ubiquitous it's almost like a "girly"
black. And white? For a pen case? Nuh-uh - of course I'd get ink all over it,
that's how the universe works! So brown seemed like a good compromise. And it
really fits perfectly in my purse or bag, where other pen cases can be too
bulky. If anything, it forces me to reduce the ridiculous amount of pens I carry
around with me every day to a more reasonable amount, which my back appreciates
All in all, the perfect purse or bag sized case at a great price. If I knew more
people who were into pens in my family/friends circle, I'd be giving them out as