The Mapac Designer Maxi Case is made from heavy duty shower proof nylon with reinforcements for protection. 70mm side gusset, Velcro tabs, shoulder strap. Ideal for carrying artwork.
Available in 2 sizes which can hold either A3 or A2 artwork.
Sizes are approximate. Does not include handles.
A3 - 47cm x 36cm x 7cm
A2 - 66cm x 51cm x 7cm
I have had an A3 portfolio for some time, and it never comfortably holds A3 pads and pencils and pastels and oil pastels and a packet or two of crisps without the paper crumpling or the zip groaning for a slimming diet. This Mapac case is a great improvement. It appears strongly made of nylon cloth, and looks well-finished. It easily accommodates A3 pads with 3cm width and 6 cm height to spare. The depth front-to-back is 7 cm. There are strong card side-supports which fit into gussets in each side, and a rubber bottom panel to stop water and worms creeping up. There are TWO! zipped internal full-sized front and back panels to take loose A3 papers, but an A3 pad with cardboard back won't fit in without straining the zip. Pity the zip isn't a bit longer. Put in a couple of pads and there is loads of room for several boxes of pencils, pastels, oil crayons, and at least a couple of bags of crisps. The shoulder strap is wide and comfortable, and the price is silly!
Thank You, Santa Ken! Martyn Harvey (Co Durham, United Kingdom) on 27 Nov 2015
I use it to carry around tons of art supplies (papers, brushes, watercolors, palettes) and it gets pretty heavy. It always makes me feel. Safe though, that it won't break, and that it'll keep my stuff safe. Eleni Georgakopoulou (Athens, Greece (Mainland)) on 31 Mar 2014
I already own a larger case and needed a more compact one for artwork projects when I attend workshops. This Mapac is ideal. It is well made, sturdy without being heavy, a practical size and easy to carry. The depth allows a good amount of artwork to be carried without damage. Excellent buy and very happy regular Bromley customer. Francine Lafontaine-smith (Kelso, United Kingdom) on 15 Oct 2012