Thursday, May 30, 2013

Review: Tombow Interlocking Wooden Pencil Caps - Pink @JetPens

I first saw the Tombow Interlocking Wooden Pencil Caps on Gentian's blog! They were so cute and I was so curious about them that I had to order some. Especially because I HATE keeping pencils in my pencil case unprotected because they soil the inside of my adorable pencil cases!
Tombow Ippo Interlocking Caps On Side
Tombow Ippo Interlocking Caps
These are little plastic caps that fit most standard pencils. They slide on easily (and slide off easily) but won't fall off your pencils - unless you have tiny pencils. I like to use them to cover the lead of my sharpened pencils. There are little notches around the sides that you can slide together. It's a lot like LEGOs!
Tombow Ippo Interlocking Caps Standing Up
Tombow Ippo Interlocking Caps Standing
These are great for organizing your pencil case, or your desk, and for protecting your pencil leads and the insides of your pencil cases from said lead! Plus it makes your pencils easier to tote. Just grab the bunch and you're good to go.
Tombow Ippo Interlocking Caps Connected
Also very enjoyable is that you can buy a bajillion of these and make a monster cube!!! Or... a tiny cube. I have fantasies that they will make more colors too... *drool*
Tombow Ippow Interlocking
More Ippo!
Drawing With a Squirrel
Lung Sketching Scrolls

JetPens - $1.65

If you use pencils, this is a no-brainer. For $1.65, you can't go wrong with the Tombow Interlocking Wooden Pencil Caps. They're cheap, cute, super easy to use, helpful and practical, and are a great item to get you to the $25 free shipping at JetPens. I love them!

FYI it totally looks like I copied this picture but I seriously did not, cross my heart. We apparently just have great minds that think alike!
Tombow Ippo Interlocking Caps Angled 


mjcong said...

i thought you had already reviewed these?

Azizah Asgarali said...

... Did I? I hope not. LOL

Lesley L said...

Those are pretty neat. Too bad I just use mechanical pencils that I refill (mainly because I haven't had any luck with sharpeners). Although the price is temping to hit that $25 mark, not that I've had any issues with that lately since I've been buying ink. Will make sure that I'll get these (or nibs) to help me hit $25 if I need to. Thanks!

Johnny said...

Great photos! Must.Get.Some. :)

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