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BTSKY High Capacity Zipper Pens Pencil Case- Multi-Functional Stationery Pencil Pouch 72 Slots Colored Pencil Case Portable Pencil Bags with 2 Removable Sleeves(Purple)

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  • Handy Design and Compact Size: The handle strap makes it very easy and convenient to carry anywhere. Lightweight and compact, you can unzip the pencil wrap when you are in the mood for coloring. After you are done, simply zip it up and toss it in your book bag or carryon.Size: 9.06''x6.3''x 2.75'', For the inside measurements, please refer to the size of journal 7.5"x5.8",the biggestjournal that it fits.
  • Pencil Case with Compartments: It holds 72 PENCILS with elastic holders, the slots are just for standard pencils, 2 of 3 sleeves are detachable. You can customize it to what you need to carry. The pencil bag has three double-sided flaps/sleeves for maximum storage space. Each sleeve holds 12 pencils and so easy to group all the colors and access the right one instantly.
  • Detachable Inserts Design: You can store, organize and carry 72 colored pencils or water color pencils and so much more. The interior zippered pocket is roomy enough for small items such as sharpeners, small notepads, erasers, cell phone, etc.
  • Great Protection for Coloring Tools: The elastic loop holds each pencil or pen securely and prevent them from falling out. The zipper in the back pouch ensures that nothing slips out during travel, this case is better for pencils, but aslo works for pens, they fit better if you leave an empty slot between each one.
  • Pefect Gift for Everyone: Ideal gift for Graduation, Birthday, Back to School. This is a pencil case for girls, boys and adults, just for everyone.
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Colour Name:Purple

Best Solution to Store and Organize Your Colored Pencils and Art Supplies!

Smart and lightweight pencil case is the perfect solution for organizing all your colored pencils, pens, art supplies with 72 elastic loops.

Compact pencil bag with maximum storage space. This pencil holder has 6 compartmentalized sleeves on three double-sided flaps to sort color pencils and gel pens for easy glance. No more digging from a messy pencil box. When you unzip this pencil case, you can access to all colors.

We pay much attention to details of the fabric and material selection, zippers, stitching and construction. This is a very nice case.

The lightweight and compact design lends itself for easy travel to class, workshop or vacation. Simply zip the pencil pouch and toss it in your book bag or carryon.

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Material: Oxford
Size: 23CM x 16CM x 7CM (9.06''x6.3''x 2.75'')

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1x 72 Slots Pencil Case (Please kindly note that pencils are not included)


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KindleCustomer
5.0 out of 5 stars Now our daughter can easily grab everything all at once
Reviewed in the United States on 18 November 2017
Colour Name: PurpleVerified Purchase
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ChrisSmith
3.0 out of 5 stars Comfortably, 4-5 fineliners would fit before I needed to ...
Reviewed in the United States on 3 April 2017
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3.0 out of 5 stars Comfortably, 4-5 fineliners would fit before I needed to ...
Reviewed in the United States on 3 April 2017
Not what I expected although I gave it an extra star because I can force it to hold several types of pens. Really, it's only meant for use w/standard pencils. Although a variety of brush pens/markers BARELY fit into the loops, you most certainly can't store a whole bunch, and definitely not 72. It has 3 pen "sleeves", and 2 can be detached (velcro). Each sleeve has 12 slots on each side. It's a real pain in the hoohoo getting my Staedtler fineliners in/out.... MAJOR downside for me. Which is a little bonkers considering these fineliners are designed with a pretty darn narrow barrel to begin with. Comfortably, 4-5 fineliners would fit before I needed to skip a loop. I forced the pens in anyhow so I could keep color groups together. The pen loops are sewn unevenly; which lets you insert larger pens, albeit only in a few places (the loops seem wonky towards the edge of the first sleeve).
If you wish to use the storage at the bottom/backside of case, you can't put any pens on the rear of the last sleeve. Or you can remove the 3rd sleeve and you'll get a nice little area for loose items. With all 3 sleeves utilized, I can only fit 6 Sparkle Noir brush pens & 3 highlighters in the rear of the case...OR, alternately, w/the 3 sleeves utilized & larger items placed at the rear, the mesh zippered compartment on the front becomes even more useless. With this setup, the darn case won't close and the top/front is all lumpy.
I should've paid better attention to the specs as the case is a bit too wide for my liking. I can't recall what measurements are listed but whatever it is, add another inch or so to the width for after it's been stocked/full of supplies. I wanted something I could store in my Tombow carry case (which is huge); this won't fit because I also have the 96 count marker stand and other materials taking up real estate in my tote.
Pictured next to my kindle and Starbucks can to give an idea of scale. Every time I open it, my erasers and pens at the front fall out. Only the mesh area stays put. It really messes with my OCD to have to reorganize every single time I open the case.
I've pictured a few of my other pens to show which fit. Although the following fit, it definitely took some elbow grease and my finger tips didn't appreciate the action: Tombow Dual Brush, Micron, Uni-Ball Signo, Inkjoy Gel, Faber-Castell Artist, Tombow Fudenosuke, Sharpie Neon & Ultra Fine, Zebra Midliner, Pentel Sign, Marvy Le Plume II Double-Sided, Kuretake Metallic, Jelly Gel.
If you utilize the case like me, you'll only be able to store roughly 40 pens (fineliners), and potentially an additional 8-15 (max) using the front and/or rear compartments.
I kept the case because I don't want to reorganize all my pens again but I'm still hunting for a narrower case that has room for my thicker brush pens, will keep everything in place, allows you to utilize the entire case, and isn't so dang difficult getting the pens in/out.
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Andrea K
4.0 out of 5 stars As others have stated, good but has flaws
Reviewed in the United States on 25 October 2019
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Cindy B
5.0 out of 5 stars High Quality, Very Useful, Stores A Lot
Reviewed in the United States on 10 May 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars High Quality, Very Useful, Stores A Lot
Reviewed in the United States on 10 May 2019
I originally bought these for my art pencils but after this case arrived I remembered that I have the 132 set of colored pencils, not 72 set. So I was thinking how to use this case. Then remembered that I use these gel pens for my bullet journaling: ink gel roller pens, all types of gel pen pens (glitter, metallic, neon), and fineliner colored fine tip markers. I admit that on some of the "pages" within the case that I didn't need to use every pen/pencil slot. However, I don't doubt I would have had enough space had I needed to use those other slots. I broke up my organization by type of pen. I've attached photos of all of the inside of the case, from the first page to the last, to give you an idea of how much it holds and how it looks. The first "page" and last are attached to the case. The second one (middle) is removable by velcro which is kind of nice. As you can see it is undetectable (that it is detachable). When I closed up the case I had no issue at all! Despite them all being pens, with most being pens that are much wider than a pencil, the thickness of the case was still more than wide enough to handle it comfortably! The handle of the case is really nice as well. Often a handle will barely come up, making it not very useful. This handle comes up more than expected. It naturally lays flat but easily comes up and the case is comfortable to carry. It has two zippers to open the case which I liked. They don't look or feel cheap at all and I believe they will last me. I've had things like this before where you had to be careful because of cheap zippers and this one has a quality zipper! The inside of the case, when you first open it up and on the left side, has a storage area. There is a zipper at the top which opens up to a pocket that goes down to the bottom so you can put anything that is as long as the case into this area. Then half way down there are three useful open pockets. The case is very light weight so your only weight is really what you will put inside of it. For the price of this case, it is an amazing deal!
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Reno Janet
5.0 out of 5 stars Works well for large diameter pencils and some markers.
Reviewed in the United States on 12 April 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars Works well for large diameter pencils and some markers.
Reviewed in the United States on 12 April 2017
I have experimented with various pencil cases for storing sharpies, gelly roll pens and luminance pencils. By skipping loops every so often these all can work BUT universally one or two "sides" cannot be used. Almost all cases have too small an overall width. The fatter implements make closing the case impossible because the width overall is too narrow to accommodate six or eight "panels" of fatties. This case is the only exception I have found so far. First I tried a 76 piece set of luminance pencils, which are a little larger diameter than regular pencils. Could use all loops (no skipping needed) for 72 pencils and put four in the zippered compartment in the front. No problem. Emboldened, I tried my Gelly Roll pens. Part of the problem with pens is the extra case width needed to accommodate the caps. I partially address this by alternating cap up, cap down. I was able to use all 12 loops per panel and to completely fill case that way and still could close case without much pressure being exerted on the zipper from within. Using all twelve loops per side made things a little tight for getting the pens in and out of the loops so I reorganized into ten pens per side (intermittent spacing), then made up the difference (twelve pens) then some by putting a single layer of 14 Gelly Rolls into the zippered pocket at the front of the case. Still zips up easily, noproblem! I had two pens left over and, as pictured, could EASILY fit them into the under-utilized space between the inner-most pen and the spine of the case that exists for each panel except the first panel. I show this in a picture. Also, you can see from pictures of the exterior that the zipper is not stressed, and that there is a fair amount of unused capacity. I think you could easily fit four extras into each of the three spaces between panels (but not between zipper pocket panel and first pen panel). You may want to adjust the Velcro panels to even out the extra space. I didn't experiment with the max possible in the inner "margins" but I think 2-4 is reasonable. I really wouldn't want too many loose pens popping out everywhere upon opening.

Now, after all the ins and outs as I tried various configurations the sewing between two of the loops came loose, which resulted in one giant loop. I chose to just make the big loop one of the two skipped loops for that panel. It does raise my interest in whether this could be a good way to put sharpies in but that would allow maybe 6-8 fatties per side and this would not accommodate my sharpie needs. AND the fit of the Gelly Rolls tells me that six full sides of fat markers isnt going to work, even with the front zipper panel empty. If I ever get around to trying that I will add to this review. As it is, I am THRILLED to find a case that can accommodate some of my oversized tools without needing to leave 1/4 to 1/6 of the panels empty (in addition to having to leave a couple of empty slots on each panel). And the fact that I managed to pop the sewing on one out of 72 loops due to all my filling and unfilling detracts from my opinion of this case not at all.

I really really wish case makers would stop representing that cases designed for standard colored pencils are equally suited to bigger pencils and markers. It just isn't so. I think a good way to tell if a case will really work for the larger tools is to note the number of inner panels and the case width. If you measure the width of cases you might already own you can see if the case width is larger overall than another case with the same number of panels. That is how I came to try this one. This one Is about half an inch wider than other cases with the same number of panels. It just stands to reason that you can't fill a case with bigger tools than it was designed for and still be able to close it. So far this is the only case I have found that works for things with greater diameters than ordinary pencils. Oddly, given the jillions of cases BTSKY markets this seems to be the only one with a width greater than is needed for ordinary pencils.

Note, in case I wasn't clear, the photos of the closed case are with the case FULL including the zipper compartment and a few loose pens in the margins. The fourth photo shows all the unused capacity in the inner margins even with the case full and a few extra pencils in the spine margins. The third photo Is intended to show that there is no undue pressure on the zipper with the case very full. And the last photo shows what the case filled with 76 Gelly Roll pens looks like zipped up and just sitting there. Obviously it is not stuffed so full that it is about to pop!
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