Bomber Jacket Pen Wrap
Bomber Jacket Pen Wrap
This is such a classy functional way to carry my favorite pens!
January 15, 2015
Great for traveling
I love this piece the leather is incredible, it is very compact and great for protecting and separating your writing instruments for travel, even if it is back and forth to the office.
As with all levenger, the craftsmanship makes it so this purchase will last for years to come.
January 2, 2015
I just received the "Bomber Jacket Leather" pen wrap. My biggest complaint is that my case looks like black leather, not the rich deep brown shown online and in the Levenger catalogs for all of their bomber jacket leather.
I have one True Writer Select, one Chesterton and one faceted pen in the case, so far. However, the first pen slot appears as if it is slimmer than the other four slots, perhaps because it is sewn closer to the seam. However, I think I can add two more pens without a problem, as long as they are not real thick, like the faceted pen. Overall it's nice, but I really like brown over black leather any day.
November 9, 2014
Doubles as a pen stand.
I've carried the Bomber Jacket Pen Wrap for over a year. The leather is sumptuous, still looks like new, protects my pen investment, and serves as a pen stand holding the pens vertically for immediate use in any setting. I'm ordering a second one because I carry 10 pens most of the time. The sleek, simple design of this wrap is appealing both functionally and artistically.
The only drawback to this style is the open top. If the wrap is inverted, the pens can slide out. Make a habit of glancing at the end of the wrap before lifting it from a bag to make sure it is right side up and that drawback will be avoided.
November 1, 2014
Great for the indecisive pen collector
I have the 3-pen Carezza pen case, but sometimes I just can't pick only 3 pens to take with me. This pen case gives me two more slots and is beautifully made out of great leather.
October 9, 2014
Bomber jacket madness
I had heard of Levenger many times before and had never investigated their site...until I started looking for a leather pen wrap. I wanted soft, buttery leather that felt like it has been used for years and years, but that looked like I just bought it. The Bomber Jacket wrap was a bit more expensive than most of the picayune pickings at other sites and I hesitated for all of two seconds. When I received my new luxurious purchase I immediately realized two things: one, that the Levenger name stands for service and quality, and two, that WWII had only one unequivocal advantage to it - bomber jacket leather! Wow, I no longer am apprehensive about the price. It's a small price to pay for the simple beauty and functionality of such an item! The wrap is not a throwaway piece but one that you will hand down to the next generation as an heirloom. If you like pens and leather, you're at the right store - nothing out there beats the experience of Levenger's. Many thanks!
September 4, 2014
Soft, luxurious, and leather
You just can't beat the soft, luxurious bomber jacket leather.
August 31, 2014
Levenger makes so many unique pens that it is sometimes difficult to decide the one you're going to need. The Bomber Jacket Pen Wrap is the perfect solution. Carry five of your favorite pens in comfort and style and always have the right pen for the momentvat hand. I'm glad I made this choice.
July 25, 2014
That's a Wrap!
The beauty and durability of the 'Bomber Jacket' leather is superb. This pen wrap is the perfect way to be able to have multiple fine pens with me to satisfy all writing needs. My pens are kept secure and the wrap looks great when I open my attaché. Of course it's right next to my BJ Electronics Hold-All Case.
July 23, 2014
Perfect place for my pens to gather
Love this pen wrap. The leather is super soft to the touch and the plaid lining draws lots of curious--even envious--glances. I use the Bomber Jacket Pen Wrap to gather my daily use fountain pens as well as my iPad stylus and favorite mechanical pencil. This is the perfect home for my high tech, low tech, and timeless writing needs.
July 17, 2014