Snopake PenPal

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The pink Snopake PenPal below is what I have had my pens and pencils in for the past four or five months. I love the design of this pen case. They come in blue, pink, purple, green and transparent. There was also a limited edition Union Jack one which I loved but which they do not make anymore. They are cheap and very very hardy. Plus they hold a huge amount of stuff without being too big and bulky. I also use their A5 and A5 Polyfile envelopes for work papers – usually in pink as well. So very durable.

Today, one of our most popular products is the Snopake Polyfile. This was launched in 1993 and since then, our figures show that a Polyfile is sold every 6 seconds somewhere in the world. The Polyfile is one of the most versatile, polypropylene products available. It was initially created as an alternative to the manila folder but can be used for storing a vast array of items from filing documents, to CDs, photographs, artwork, personal items or just carrying items in a briefcase.
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Author: Janet Carr

Fashion, beauty and animal loving language consultant from South Africa living in Stockholm, Sweden.

2 thoughts

  1. I had one of those, and durable was not the word I’d use to describe it. Watch out for the folds, because the flap eventually ripped off on mine, and it started to go on the edges as well. I think it lasted about a year, in the end, albeit a year of schoolbag battering.

    1. Oh interesting – thanks for letting me know! I am glad to know that. I have used their plastic envelopes for years in my bags and they are very tough but the case has stayed on my desk most of the time.

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