Our new self-adhesive Createl Pen Loops are the perfect accessory for your planner, meeting record book or notebook to make sure your pen or pencil is always at hand.
The Pen Loop is a lightweight self-adhesive pen holder that can be stuck to your planner or notebook. The small square piece of adhesive leatherette attaches to the inside back cover of your book. The small elastic loop holds most conventional pen sizes.
Simply attach the adhesive panel to the inside back cover of your planner and then slip your pen or pencil inside the small elasticated loop.
You will never lose your pen again!
- Self-adhesive pen holders
- Fits most pen types
- 10 Vibrant Colours
- Size: 40 x 40mm, 15mm elastic loop
Delivery Via Courier
Your order will be processed upon receipt and shipped within 24 hours. We use fast and reliable couriers for deliveries Australia Wide.
Orders up to 3kgs delivered via air-freight within 1-3 business days*
Orders over 3kgs delivered within 3-6 business days*
*These delivery times are a guide only and in some instances can vary
Delivery to PO Boxes
Where a PO Box address is given your order will ship via Australia Post Parcel Post Service.
Melbourne Metro delivered within 2 business days*
Country Victoria delivered within 5 business days*
Interstate Metro delivered within 3-6 business days*
Interstate Country please check with post office or call our office for more information
International Orders call our office for more information
*Please note these delivery times are as per the Australia Post website. We have found that in some instances delivery to PO Boxes can take much longer than the advertised Australia Post delivery times.
PerfectBy: Miranda on 27 March 2020I bought this for my surface pro keyboard so that my pen would stay with the laptop. (Not using a surface pen) the fact you have the choice of colours is great I also stuck one to my moleskin diary and have another for a spare. I’ve just put them on today so I’m not sure on how sturdy they are for long time use, but it feels really secure. I wish I could ad a picture to show the surface it it stuck to as the keyboard isn’t a metal but more a fabric type and it looks like it’ll last.