Kokuyo Neo Critz Pen Pencil Case Review 5

Kokuyo Neo Critz Transformer Pencil Case – Review

Kokuyo Neo Critz
Transformer Pencil Case
-Review-

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Specs: 

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Notes:

Since the Nock Co. Kickstarter reward arrived, I have had pen cases coming out of my ears. However, I’ve been eyeing the Kuretake Neo Critz for a while due to its unique ability to stand up on a desk when unzipped. It’s an awesome feature that makes all of your writing utensils easily reachable and viewable. Not only is it functional, the Neo Critz is solidly constructed from nylon with a nice premium feeling zipper. I have the case loaded with about 15 different pens / pencils and some replacement leads.

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The case does a great job and doesn’t take up a whole lot of room. There’s no doubt that I’ll get a ton of use from this case, especially when transporting my pens back and forth from work. It’s great to be able to have them nicely displayed on my work desk, then zip it up and the end of the day and bring everything home. The case is very reasonably priced at $14.50, making it a great value.

Kokuyo Neo Critz Pen Pencil Case Review 5Thanks to my friends over at JetPens for sending the case over for review!

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Check out JetPens for tons of awesome Japanese pens and stationery. Free shipping on orders over $25, and hitting that is pretty easy with all the great stuff they have. So thanks again!

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2 thoughts on “Kokuyo Neo Critz Transformer Pencil Case – Review”

  1. My friend has one like this in green.
    I’ve always thought that this was cool and very effective for travel.
    Thanks for your broken down review as always!

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