Monday, December 18, 2017

Heavy Duty #Art #Portfolio Carry Case Bag Backpack Review

This is a Heavy Duty Art Portfolio Carry Case Bag Backpack! ou can get this Welldeal case here: for $34.99 on Amazon Prime. That's not a bad price for it's size, quality, and many pockets!


26"x19", so a 24"x18" sketch pad will fit in this.


There are so many pockets. I may be missing some, but I think I counted 8 in total.

The circle opens up. This is great for a paint palette, or paints.

The pocket behind the circle opens up as well! A big box of colored pencils would fit great in there!

There's a pocket on the bottom. It's big enough to fit a smaller tripod, or long handled brushes.

There's two pockets on the side/front that would be good for erasers, or miscellaneous pencils. Although I would never encourage pencils to bag around in a pouch. That's how they break in the inside.

Tip: If colored pencils keep breaking, try putting them in the oven under a low heat. It will melt the pencil back together again. I wish graphite and charcoal worked that way!

The case can be carried as a backpack, hand held, or there's an attachment to carry it over your shoulder. If there's a lot in there, caring it on the back may be best.

The straps have pockets too! I think this would be wonderful for business cards, or keys. Anything you want to carry, but hide.

It works great to take art supplies different places, drawing class, if you are a student, or for a way to store your art supplies.

Disclaimer: We got this product in exchange for our opinion on them. The company in no way told me what to write, or influenced me in any way.


Theresa Mahoney said...

I really like all of the compartments in the bag. It really helps to keep everything neat and organized.

~ Noelle said...

That is really nice.
One college in ATL required a certain bag.. this would be great for that purpose versus the one they wanted ;)


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