- Product Info
- What Fits
All our products are crafted locally in our workshop by the most skilled sewing team in San Francisco.
- 1050 Denier Black ballistic nylon or waxed canvas baser
Dimensions & Weight:
- 8.0 - 7.25" (length tappers) x 2.0" (width) x 2.25" (height); 2.5 oz.
- Use like an old-school pencil case or a tech gear pouch.
- Stands upright for convenient handling.
- Dedicated pocket for Apple Pencil, Surface Pen, or other stylus.
- Extra interior pocket for small items like extra Apple Pencil tips.
- Lined with soft, plush material to protect tech gadgets.
- Three-quarter zipper opening for easy access.
- Fits on the palm of your hand.
- End loop for attaching to other bags via carabiner.
- Complements any WaterField bag or case, especially the Sutter Tech Sling or Staad Attache.
- Part of the Leather Office Collection
This case is very well made, as expected. I use it to carry two first generation Apple pencils in their Apple leather sleeves as well as the new Apple pencil, which I keep in the interior sleeve. I keep extra pencil tips and lightning adapters in the interior pocket.
What is the loop on the Stylus Pencil Case for?
The loop at one end of the Stylus Pencil Case can be used as a handle or as a place for putting a carabiner to attach it to another bag.
Why did you use ballistic nylon or waxed canvas for the case?
We traditionally use these two materials as a base for many WaterField products because they are can withstand daily wear and tear. Ballistic nylon will always look new no matter how old it gets. We use heavy duty waxed canvas so it stays durable for a very long time.
What else can I use the Stylus Pencil Case for?
Although we designed the Stylus Pencil Case to hold a stylus and writing implements, we realize that it can also function as a case for reading glasses, jewelry, or storing sensitive tech gear. With its soft, plush interior, this pencil case can be used for storing anything that needs extra protection.
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