One of my recent finds is this red pen case that I got from National Bookstore. Unfortunately it has no brand that I can see, but if I recall correctly it’s priced somewhere around Php150. It has a nylon-type material, and has a zipper that goes around on three of the four edges.
This means that the case itself opens up in a book-type way. It lays flat conveniently, and displays everything that it contains. It’s a very thin pen case, so it does not hold that much. For me though it has exactly the right amount of space for my everyday needs.
I also particularly like this pen case because it is of the correct size to hold my loose Hobonichi Weeks Supplementary notebook.
The case does not have many compartments. One of them is a full-length zipped mesh pocket on the left size of the case. It is roomy enough to hold a few sheets of stickers, two rolls of thin (~6mm) washi tape, and one thick washi sampler. It can hold additional pens but it might make the case too bulky to close.
On the right side of the case there are two nearly full-length slip pockets. The front pocket can hold around 5-7 pens depending on the thickness. For example here, I have five pens: the 2016 Hobonichi pen, a Raymay portable scissors, a Pilot Twin Marker, a gold Artline gel marker, and a Platinum Plaisir fountain pen. I can actually fit one more pen on the right of the Plaisir, but at the moment these are my pens on rotation.
At the back of the pen pocket I have space to put more stationery. I have a couple of journaling cards, a Hobonichi stencil, a packet of Japanese page flags, and three paperclips. As it is a full-length pocket it can actually hold longer pieces of paper, which is quite convenient.
The case when closed is just slightly wider and thicker than a Hobonichi Weeks with Cover on Cover. This makes it an ideal everyday case, and I am very happy to have found it!