A couple months ago I finally got around to doing a review about a pen case that I love and use every day: the Visconti Dreamtouch 6 pen case. So I was curious to see how Kaweco's new offering stacks up to the Visconti, which is my current benchmark.
The inside of the case is made from soft beige microfiber fabric, and has a flap in the same material that protects the pens during transit. It can hold up to six pens in the elastic loops, and some other paraphernalia inside the front flap pocket.
|The pocket on the front flap is quite tight as well, but it'll hold thin, small objects (a box of cartridges, a short pencil or an eraser,...).|
A second downside -for me- is that there's only one row of elastic bands. I'm quite obsessed with keeping my pens pristine (maybe a bit TOO much), so I'd prefer two straps per pen to keep them from moving around and banging into eachother. The elastic bands are tight, but not too tight. Something like a TWSBI Eco, which has a fairly wide barrel, will still fit (albeit snugly).
|The overall form factor isn't much smaller than that of the Visconti Dreamtouch case, yet the Visconti case can even take much larger -even some oversized- pens.|
Note: this pen was lent to me by Kaweco, free of charge, so I could write this review. I was in no way influenced in the making of this review, the opinions shared in this review are completely my own! This post does not contain affilate links.