Ugh. I spent a half a freaking hour typing out a description and "review" here, clearly elucidating my concerns with the product and teeming with the needless and frankly pretentious verbosity such a review necessarily entails, only to have it whisked away by my browser so kindly deciding to close on me without notice. So screw it. Damn it all. If this be the decision of the Internet Gods this day, what is a humble mortal like me to argue? Maybe the opposite of verbosity is more suited. So without further adieu:
leather look good feel nice -> sleek
design simple & pleasing
should have known problem in advance: issue object-fundamental
3 slots, width adequate, length highly problematic
unclippable, unable to secure pens
much room for pens to slide
small pens esp. rattle, jerk, break?
pouch not meant for transporting pens regularly? rather for storage? help
is padding adequate for to make compensating movement-pens?
should I not use for transport small, valuable vintage writingsticks?
pics otherplace available many; upload picsmine if request
Isn't English wonderful? Anyway, in other words, I'm very worried that if I use this case as I intended to, which is to carry pens around as an everyday travel case, will I end up damaging the pens? Many of mine are very small indeed, and if I just throw this case in a bag and carry them around in it, there would be a lot of potential for them to slide about. Should I have gotten a more traditional pouch? Has anyone used this case successfully?
Or in further words: