Friday, September 5, 2014

Case It Review & Giveaway

Disclosure: I received these product/products mentioned on my blog free of charge for the purpose of this review my opinions are my own and may differ from yours!

Just in time for the school year of 2014-2015 I contacted Case It to do a review and I chose some great products for my two sisters Abby & Danielle. Danielle is going into 9th and my sister Abby is going into 7th so they are actually needing these types of products especially for high school. These are great products and have a lot of different spaces and compartments in the binders, etc.

 My sister Danielle with her Big Daddy Dual and The 5-Tab that she took for school. The Bid Daddy Dual has a 3" rings and it expands to 5" of capacity it's Velcro secured organizer for your school materials. Zippered Binder, Removeable Pencil Case w/padded media pockets. Cover Flap Protects Pen, Flash Drive & Media Holders. Handle & Shoulder Strap for Easy Carrying Between Classes. It's a great binder I think this would even be great for college students as well.


My sister Abby with The P Pod which you can store pens, pencils and other classroom needs it also fits all standard 3-Ring Binders it has a protected sleeve for organizing larger items. It's zippered pockets holds school professional supplies and flash drive storage. It's something suitable for my sister who is in 7th grade.




The File Pro I got for my grand-pop he can store all his paperwork/pay stubs/taxes you name it you can pretty much label everything and store what he wants he said he loved it and was very grateful to have this. It has 12 individually tabbed files for better organization and it's also reinforced gusset prevents edges from tearing and it's elastic band.

This is great because nobody likes to be disorganized and we just want everything neat.



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3 comments:

  1. The File Pro for my friend who is really bad at keeping track of paperwork!

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  2. I'd choose the File Pro for my 16yo son. He's a senior in high school this year. He has been applying for college scholarships and gathering information on colleges. I went into his room last night to put his laundry away and found all of this paperwork in messy piles all over the place! He needs to learn how to create a paper filing system now, before he's on his own and I think that the File Pro would be a great starter.

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