A very strong weather proof portfolio with large rubber
domes on the base to protect from wet pavements.
The difference between a portfolio and a carrying case - a portfolio contains ring binders for display of artwork in separate plastic sleeves whilst a 'carrying case' is simply a work carrier for transportation and storage without any ring binders.
I only needed this to store my (as yet) unmounted or framed canvases in but was disappointed that there were no clips to hold the plastic wallets. If it had said this in the description I probably wouldn't have bought it. Amanda Jones (Bury, United Kingdom) on 31 Oct 2013
Ken Bromley's replies: Sorry about the misconception concerning the carrying case. If you receive a product from us that is not what you want, call us to arrange a return. We have now added an explanation of the difference between a portfolio and carrying case.
I must admit that I wasn't expecting much for the price, but I was pleasantly surprised. It has a three-quarters zip that is reassuringly sturdy looking, a solid base and is made from stuff that seems pretty rugged.
As I think has been clarified in response to an earlier post, this doesn't have any fixings inside, but the rigid base is about an inch wide so you could use any thingy-ma-bob to organize. David Brown (Clevedon, United Kingdom) on 7 May 2014
They were used to air freight display panels from London to Dresden (via Frankfurt) and back. Paul Stephenson (Essen, Germany) on 24 Sep 2014