The inside is not as red as it seems in the info pictures. It's more of a true
orange, just very vivid. The front and back panels are slightly cushioned as
well as the middle panel. Nice touch.
This case holds a lot! In the large compartment I keep 8 gelly rolls, 6 pens, 2
highlighters, and there's room for I'd guess 6-10 more pens. In the front long
compartment I keep my more frequently used pens. I keep 4 in there but you could
fit 5 maybe 6 if the pens are small. In front of that, I keep two lip glosses
which easily fit even with all my other pens in there. The tiny little
compartment I keep a chapstick in. The compartment is about 1/2 inch wider than
a chapstick is long so it is bigger than I thought it would be.
For my uses, this case is great. I like having a big section where I keep my
color pens and highlighters while keeping my most commonly-used pens in the
front smaller section. The front tiny little pocket is not essential but super
nice to have and just so cute!
I really love the grey color of this case. It's not a blue-based grey but more
of a brown-based grey. (To most people, it's probably just "grey" though. =P )
This case is very good quality and I look forward to writing a new review after
this has been lugged in my bag for a while. But, being a Nomad product, I'm sure
it'll hold up nicely.
I LOVE this pen! The moving clip is really fun to play with. The navy ink is
gorgeous too. The pen writes very well especially for the price. In comparison
to the regular Zebra Sarasa, the grip on this version is 8 mm closer to the end
of the pen. This is great for me because I grip my pens close to the end and
with most other pens I end up only using part of the grip. However, the pen is
not the most attractive I've seen. The visible threads inside the pen where it
unscrews look really ugly and the hazy white/clear plastic towards the tip looks
weird especially when the rest of the pen has completely clear plastic. But
that's just me being picky. I like the grip and the clip so much that those
outweigh any minor quibbles I have with the design.
I love these pens! They definitely take a long time to dry, but I think that's
par for the course with gelly roll type pens. In this set you get five NEON pens
and five jewel tone pens. The neons are excellent and are super opaque even on
dark paper. The jewel tone pens are not too dark but dark enough that they can
be used for note-taking. Overall I really like the colors in this set.
P.S. Not sure if the description makes this clear, but all the colors in this
set are cremes, no hint of any shimmer whatsoever.
Not the absolute best pen I've ever ever used but pretty darn good. Indigo ink
is gorgeous! I prefer the Sarasa Push Clip instead though. 1) The push clip has
the clip which you can play around with and 2) the grip on the push clip is 8 mm
closer to the end of the pen than this version. I hold my pens pretty close to
the end and with most pens I end up barely using the grip. Also, the body is a
dark clear plastic in this version which I thinks looks very nice. On the push
clip version, it's plain clear and doesn't look as nice.
Awesome pen! The color is a very true "pink pen" type pink. I'm not sure why
they say pencil-like in the description. I think it's because the pen looks like
a pencil. It writes like a gen pen though. Does erase nicely, no skipping.
This review is ONLY about the color, not the general pen itself. I have six of
these pens (and I LOVE them!) and the only one I hate is this orange one. It
writes super super light that it's not good for note-taking but only for
underlining in a book. I'd say it's more goldenrod than orange. (In contrast, my
Zebra Sarasa in orange from jetpens is a true, vibrant orange.)