Best calculator with case 2020.
1 – BOVKE Graphing Calculator Carrying Case for Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX CAS/CX II CAS Color Graphing Calculator and More – Includes Mesh Pocket for USB Cables and Other Accessories, Black
Like the case. Holds the Calculator securely, appears to be made sturdy. Only negative: the Pencil holder is (as shown) on the calculator side, which causes it to hit the calculator when the case is closed. With a standard pencil, not as much of an issue, but with a mechanical pencil, the case is harder to close and the clip will scratch the calculator over time (if you don’t make sure it’s rotated out of the way every time). If they’d put it on the other side of the divider, it would have plenty of room and not interfere with anything (unless you literally stuffed the lid pocket edge to edge) and wouldn’t damage the calculator or its cover.Thus, -1 star due to a design flaw… other than that, it’s great and I’d still recommend it to others. .
I purchased this case to hold a TI-Nspire CX II CAS calculator. Generally speaking this is a good case, but I had to rate it low because I cannot use it, and ultimately that determines the rating.PROSAttractive (I like the orange interior)Quality construction – materials and stitching look sturdyUsefulness – webbed pocket for the manual, cables, etc. A flap with slots for pens/pencils on one side and memory cards or similar on the otherFunctionality – the calculator fits snug and there is a strap to hold it downCONSThe only thing I don’t like: the smell. The case smells very strongly of rubber and gasolineI imagine (hope) my case is unique in this. I am pretty tolerant with things like smell, but the smell on this case is strong enough to make me very mildly nauseous after a few minutes. I tried airing it out on my deck for a couple of days. That didn’t reduce the smell so I washed the outer case in hot soapy water and febreezed the interior. This didn’t help either, so I hosed the thing down with febreeze (it was dripping off I used so much) and let it air out for a couple of day – but I can’t get rid of the smell.I really like the case but I just can’t use it; it is an affordable product, so I don’t feel I am out much money (sometimes ordering online is a risk).To be fair to the supplier – I received the product quickly and in excellent shape. I haven’t reached out to them for a replacement; since I washed the case and tried to drown it in febreeze I won’t try to refund the item. .
These are alright.However, after repeated daily use the zipper edge is breaking away from the fabric so the zipper won’t close.Maybe if it wasn’t opened and closed multiple times a day it would be alright. .
My son needed the TI Nspire CAS II Graphing Calculator for his IB Biology & Chemistry classes (he’s a JR at a GS/IB school here in MD). The case was to protect this investment and it’s great. It’s lightweight, nice and sturdy, the fabric is dark and we can wipe it down if needed, the zipper is smooth, the inside is as shown and holds enough little extras. I highly recommend this case. .
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2 – Casio Hl-820lv-bk-w Portable Type Calculator with 8-Digit Extra Big Display
Like: it’s buttons are quiet, the color is good, lots of options some other 4 functions don’t have.dislike: you have to hit 4 and then the negative sign to write -4 and it’s weird. the price is much higher for the same calculator that walmart has for $3 and i paid 13 for this one so i’m a little salty about that. .
Very cheaply made and small pads are hard to push. Not that big of numbers either. Not very happy with product. Now I wish I would have spent a couple more dollars and got a nicer one. But, all I wanted was a cheap one that would be used as a calculator. And, that is exactly what I got. A piece of cheap equipment. Would not buy again. .
Great calculator…pocket size, big numbers, NOT SOLAR. .
He does what it’s supposed to do it calculates .
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3 – Graphing Calculator Carrying Case for Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE, Fintie Hard EVA Shockproof Travel Protective Box (Rose Gold)
This is a good case with enough room for the charging cord and adapter as well as a pencil or two. However; the pocket could be a little more roomy or have a little give to my items just fit with not much wiggle room and the zipper tends to stick near the rounded edges I have to tug just a little to get the zipper moving. But; it serves its purpose well and as long as the zipper doesn’t give out on me I’m okay with it. .
This case is amazing! Sturdy, stylish and well priced. Exceeded expectations! Ordered the rose gold/pinkish color as well as the galaxy one for my twins. Both were very striking in person and looks like a much more expensive product than under $15. Highly recommend to protect your purchase of an expensive calculator! .
I gave the case to my child to keep the TI-84 housed while in school. I hope it holds up throughout the school year. The straps sturdiness is a concern, but we’ll see. The color is beautiful. I purchased Rose. .
The only reason I gave it 3 stars is because it STUNK terribly!! The product was on point but I tried everything to get the smell out of it and nothing has worked. I tried deodorizing balls, dryer sheets, leaving it out in the sun and I even washed it. Hopefully the odor will subside before my daughter starts school. If not I will have to throw it away 🙁 like I said, awesome product for the money just beware and wear your mask when you open the package. .
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4 – ProCase Hard EVA Case for Texas Instruments Ti-84 Plus, Durable Travel Storage Carrying Box Protective Bag for Ti-84 Ti-83 Ti-85 Ti-89 Ti-82 Plus/C CE Graphing Calculator and More –Black
About the case. Excellent protection for the the TI calculator. Keeps the calculator safe during the daily hustle and bustle of high school. The extra storage for pens/pencils/flash drives/etc is also welcoming.IT IS NOT A BACKPACK OR A WALLET. My kid destroyed the first one. She had everything crammed into it, and eventually the zipper broke. This is not the manufacturers fault. The day she brought it to me “broken” I looked inside. Calculator, dozen pens/pencils, 3 jump drives, cash, pocket change, cell phone, feminine hygiene products, couple folded up notes from her boyfriend….. you’re starting to get the picture. Couldn’t even close it, it had so much crap in it. But of course that didn’t stop here from trying to zip it shut! Freaking killin’ me here.Needless to say, after a long discussion about NOT trying to break a record for how much crap her calculator case will hold, I ordered a replacement one. .
So I needed a hard travel case for my Blavor Solar Charger power bank and found that this case fit it perfectly!! I even have room for two plug into the wall charging sources and two or three USB cables. I am probably the only one in the world using this case for this purpose. But I thought I would let the Amazon community know that this case would work out for this item. .
I love how roomy this hard sided case is. I have my calculator, charger cable, connection cable, and the plug-in adapter in it. I have a soft-side tote bag for my math books, and didn’t want the expensive calculator to get broken or crushed. This case seems tough enough for the job, and has held up great since I received it last week. The handle on the case is a nice bonus, as well. .
I’m not sure if it my misunderstanding or not.The description for the product says it fits the NspireIt does not fit the Ti-Nspire CXI ordered them both the same day, searching for the case that would fit the calculator being purchased, reading through many reviews and all of the descriptions.These many different Scientific Graphing Calculators are foreign languages to me. I thought I matched the two (case and calcualtor) but perhaps the CX makes it a different size….????Something is wrong .. the case doesn’t fit.Great Case …If the description of Nspire is Nspire including CX then the description is wrong. .
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5 – The Beadsmith Bead Organizer Carrying Case, 55 piece set, with removable compartments in assorted sizes, a carrying case, plus a bead scoop and tweezer.
I love this item and how easy and portable it is. I wish I could say for certain how many beads each size compartment holds, but I cannot. What I can tell you is that I use this system for my seed beads, including my long magatamas, rizzos, pips, super duos and super unos, to name a few. As soon as my next round of boxes come in, I’ll also be using them to store my Kumihimo findings and bead caps, handmade and store bought.For right now, I can tell you that with all of my seed beads (Myuki and specialty), all size boxes hold a minimum of average size packages sold by Aunties beads and Beadaholique. Sometimes a minimum of two packages with room to spare. I even managed to store 100 flower shaped czech glass beads (7mm) in one of the smallest boxes.As for knowing what’s in the boxes, I remove the label from the original package and attach it to the back of the container holding that bead type. So far, they have all removed with their sticky label still in tact. If they ever do not, you can barely move five feet in my craft space without bumping into double sided tape. This also helps me to keep track of where I ordered from. I also keep all of my packing slips and itemized receipts so always know what I last paid. I may begin keeping a copy in the larger container to keep it handy and easier to track and reference. .
This is a great product to have for people into diamond paintings: you can keep all of the colors for a project in 1 place and use an erasable marker to mark each box with the color number. Unfortunately, some of the lids to the small boxes are warped a bit so they do not keep a tight seal…I have to use a piece of masking tape to keep the lids tight. Would be more of a problem if being used for seed beads. But it works well enough for what I need for the price so I’m hanging on to it. .
This product simply does not function. Words cannot convey the frustration I feel with this item. I will give the company the benefit that perhaps I received a “dud”. Regardless, I purchased this product in order to store my beads and tools. Despite the description, the storage unit does not meet up to the simple standard of being able to lock. I understand if perhaps one small container malfunctions. No, there are multiple small containers that once opened will not close again. I am curious how someone is supposed to store items in a container that does not shut. I am extremely disappointed. This item proves that mass production takes away from quality. I spent time and money in hopes of finding a great portable storage unit, I was extremely excited to sit down and organize my beads. There is nothing more frustrating than being let down by something that you had such high hopes for. Perhaps, my hopes were too high. .
I have a few of these and love them. The individual boxes allow me to mix and match colors for projects and the overall security of the container protects the beads from getting dropped/exploding/mixing together. .
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6 – Case-it Mighty Zip Tab 3-Inch Zipper Binder, Purple, D-146-PUR
August 2013: I normally wouldn’t write a review for a binder that has ~134 reviews, but this has gotten some negative reviews and I feel this is a good binder. I have 2 kids going into 7th and 9th grade and they need “giant” binders because every teacher wants them to have a tabbed section for their class. So, I have had experience looking for binders that are 3.5″ wide at the spine, or larger, for 3 years. This is my 4th year. These types/styles binders are not always the most durable. Twice, I’ve had to purchase a new binder 1/2 way through the school year or sooner. My kids haven’t used these yet, but just looking at this binder, it seems more durable than many I’ve seen and/or purchased. The 3 rings, and the “tabs” on the top and bottom for opening the rings, are metal. Last year, my sons’ binders had metal rings but the tabs were plastic, so, of course, they broke. This shouldn’t be a problem with the metal “tabs.”The hard cardboard or plastic (I don’t know what it is) that makes the front and back covers stiff, and is covered with the “fabric” is quite stiff. I’d say stiffer than some past notebooks my son’s have used. So I expect it to hold up better than some past binders.This notebook also has a nice handle along the spine, as well as a long, adjustable strap, for carrying the binder, if you don’t want to put it in your backpack.As far as this binder not fitting into a backpack when several large textbooks are present (as another reviewer stated), the solution is to purchase a large backpack with a large base/bottom. For example, this binder fits just fine, with room for at least 3 text books in the Dakine 33-Litre Campus Pack Dakine 33-Litre Campus Pack and Dakine Campus Laptop Backpack whose base/bottom measures 9.5″X8″ and widens to 13″ in the middle. A school backpack’s base size is important, not so much the volume. I know this because I’ve tried other packs that had the same, or larger, volume. But they didn’t work as well for school packs because its the base/bottom size that is more important for carrying books (as opposed to camping, hiking, etc.) So get the right pack.i do agree with a previous reviewer, that the accordion file section is a waste of space. But, it doesn’t take up that much room and can easily be cut out with scissors.UPDATE (October): 1 quarter down (and 3 to go) and these binders are still looking good and functioning as they are supposed to. No problems with the rings. No fraying or missing edging. No rips/tears/etc.UPDATE (December): Well, the semester is almost over (1 week to go) and this binder has held up like a trooper. And boy do I mean that. My high school freshman has his jam packed. And, when I say “jam packed,” I mean it is full to it’s limits! Over Winter Break we will go through it and file away things he doesn’t think he needs anymore in his desk, so he has room to “jam pack” it during the second semester. All bindings and everything are still intact. The 3 metal rings are still working.UPDATE: May, 2014: School will be out in 3 weeks and this binder is still going strong! My kids might even be able to use it next school year. Great purchase and value!UPDATE: January 2015: My younger son is using his same binder from last year and we are through the 1st semester and it’s still going strong! My older son wanted a new binder (Actually 2 smaller ones because he has “A” and “B” days in high school and that way he only needs to carry 1 smaller binder, for 3-4 classes each day, rather than one large binder for 6 classes. I bought him 2 of the same brand, just smaller/thinner.) But “oooh” and “ahhh” to THIS binder. 1.5 years and still going strong!Final update: March 2016: I only buy this brand for my boys now. They are truly amazing. My younger son used his 1st one for 1.5 school years and then something happened to the rings (which might have been his fault – I’m still skeptical), so I bought him a new one. If I was in a financial “pinch” he would have kept using it, as it was more annoying that unusable. Since this initial purchase, I have bought this brand from Amazon in various sizes, depending on my kids’ needs, and they are all equally durable.Thank you Case It for finally making a durable binder in a variety of colors and sizes! .
So my son needed a big binder as part of his supply needs. Since he is new to middle school, I felt he needed something that could close up because he can be a little scattered and I didn’t want his work and other supplies falling out. I saw this and bought it. I figured all those couponing ladies who use this must be on to something. Those ladies take their coupons very seriously.Anyhow, he loves it and can fit all of his stuff in it without anything falling out. It’s incredibly sturdy so it should last at least half the year. This is where the silly part comes in to play; it’s enormous. I’m not being hyperbolic here. The thing is gigantic and won’t fit in a backpack. This thing won’t even fit in a large backpack. My son loves the darn thing so much he doesn’t want a different one. He’s taken to calling it his “brinder” because it’s a cross between a binder and a briefcase. Everyday he brings his backpack AND carries his “brinder” to school. So he looks like a silly, little businessman middle school nerd. .
I bought this for my daughter she went to 6th grade this year and they needed a 3 inch binder. If you ask me that’s ridiculous they don’t get lockers they don’t get school books but you need it 3 inch binder. So I ordered this one from Amazon yet really good reviews and we live in Texas so we didn’t start school for 2 weeks because of the hurricane so she hasn’t really used it much and it’s falling apart the Rings do not close all the way the zipper no longer Zips binder the material gets snagged on things and I find it upsetting that at 8:30 in the morning I’m in a school supply store trying to find a 3 inch binder which by the way no one has so I had to get her to inch and I would not recommend this product to no one even though it looks great and cool and just what you are 6th grader needs. I will attach pictures so y’all can see. I’d give a zero of allowed. .
My 11 year old uses this binder for school. He overfills it with papers and he stores his school iPad inside also. Shockingly it has lasted his a few months so far. It takes a beating from him daily. He loves that it has a handle and a long shoulder strap. This really isn’t the type of binder that fits into a backpack, so this strap is really handy. The zipper is high quality and easy to use. I will probably be buying this binder again when this on wears out. .
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7 – LTGEM Case for Texas Instruments TI-84, 89/83 / Plus/CE Graphics Calculator-Includes Mesh Pocket.(Hard and Black)
Excellent, I have a TI-84 Plus C, and it fits perfect. it also has room enough for the original USB cable, I don’t have the original charger, i use an apple iPhone cube charger, which is 5v 1A. i tested the case with a 7/8 think charger from another device (less power) and the case closes fine, i think that if your charger is about one inch thick it should fit snug, including the cable. Case is very sturdy and zipper seals it good. It will definitely protect the calculator from a drop. .
So far so good… this case provides plenty of room for a calculator(HP50g in my case) as well as the assortment of small rulers and automatic pencils I carry around with me. It also fits my TI-84CE, but I don’t use that calculator as much. The Hp50g is a bit of a fatty calculator, so the accessories make the case a bit stuffed, but with thinner calculators this wouldn’t be an issue. Great product. .
This is a great case, holds my TI-84 Plus CE, all the little booklets that came with the calculator, all the cords and the wall charger. .
I love this thing. I carry my TI84 and my TI30X in this along with extra batteries and a pen. Very sturdy, very clean looking (I bought this because I lost my cover to my TI84 and this was just as much as a regular cover). If you use your calculator like crazy and also admire your calculator, treat yourself and treat your calculator. .
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8 – LTGEM EVA Hard Case for Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro/Nspire CX CAS Graphing Calculator
I purchased this case for another electronic device and the description of its interior dimensions were spot on. It is made well and I have dropped the device in its case several times with no damage. Very pleased with this case. .
This case is better than others because it has additional storage for the cables that go with the Calculator and a flap of soft fabric to separate the two compartments. There is also a strap that holds in the calculator… I have not decided if I like that yet or not. .
The case serves the purpose it’s intended to! good solid product and I o recommend it to anyone wishes to protect his TI Calculator while not in use. I requested delivery be in my home address in Dubai, UAE. It arrived before its announced schedule. .
Kinda bulky but it’s tough as nails .
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9 – Surdarx Graphing Calculator Carrying Case for Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX CAS/CX II CAS Color Graphing Calculator and More,Inside Mesh Pocket for USB Cables and Pencil, Pen, Stationary (Pink)
This case us as advertised, but I deducted a star because my graphing calculator (TI-Nspire CX II CAS) was listed as a fit, but its a bit snug and I have to tuck a corner in for the case to zip up all the way. The inner zipper compartment is handy to have to keep my charging cable in. .
The case I ordered was received as promised in a timely manner. It houses my TI 84 Plus CE and is the same color of my TI. I am pleased with this purchase. Thank you. .
Perfect calculator for my statistics class!! The color is amazing! .
Looks great and my child likes it. .
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10 – Travel Case for Texas Instruments TI-84 Ti-83 Ti-85 Ti-89 Ti-82 Plus/C CE Graphing Calculator by CO2CREA (Hard Case)
Nice case, purchased for the TI-84 Plus CE. Perfect fit — the calculator sits under an elastic band on the right side, keeps it held safely, very protective. On the left side there’s a pouch that holds batteries, cables, etc. I use it for the power cable that connects the TI-84 Plus CE to the computer. At times I just want to plug it in to the wall so I also want to carry the wall-plug.The wall wart for the power supply that comes with the TI-84 is about an inch think (maybe slightly more), so that’s the only downside. The calculator still fits even with this power supply, but I’m always afraid to put that power adapter on the left-side pouch unless the calculator is safe inside it’s own protective cover on the right side.Zipped up tightly, that little power supply part presses down on the calculator just slightly — it’s not tight enough to do any damage. Far from it IMO, but it seems to me that it might scratch the screen if the calculator is stored on the right side and there’s any significant jarring that could come from walking around campus — if the power adapter slips out of the top, it could scratch an exposed screen.So, bottom line — it’s a great case at a great price, the pouch is plenty big to store the power adapter at the bottom. Put your calculator in its cover and enjoy! .
I have bought two of these. These calculators are insanely expensive so I figured they needed to be protected by something a little more than heavy duty. The charging cords fit fine in the case as shown, however the chargers wall base does not fit in the case. No big deal considering the kids are able to maintain a charge via USB at school if needed with the cord – then do a full charge at home with the wall charger/port. The bottom line is that I feel so much better having a $100+ calculator protected by this rigid case. .
Fits my daughters TI-84 Plus calculator & cords perfectly!! I paid over $100 for the calculator & I dont trust it’s safety to a teenage girl & an ordinary case! .
Been using this for about a year, and I love it. It’s big enough to fit a TI-84 Plus AND the cable that comes with it. Very easy to use and nicely made. The pocket with the elastic enclosure is great. I recently bought another brand for another calculator and wish that I had bought this one again, instead. This one is that good. .
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Best calculator with case 2020.
Best calculator with case 2020.