Got that new Apple Pencil? We know how easy it is to misplace or damage this loose accessory. Especially when there is no way for the advanced stylus to be stored or attached to your iPad Pro. But those looking for a solution have come to the right place.
We have curated a list of our very favorite Apple Pencil holders, allowing you to keep it in check at all times. No longer do you have to fumble through your pockets or bags to find the Apple Pencil! Let’s get you a bit more organized with these simple products.
Leuchtturm1917 Pen Loop
You don’t really have to get fancy. This is a general pen/pencil holder for notepads, but will work like a charm with the Apple Pencil. The pen loop contains an adhesive section that can attach itself to any case, or can even be applied directly to the iPad. And at $6.10 you have one hell of a deal here.
Pad & Quill Leather Apple Pencil Holder
Here’s something very similar, yet much fancier. The Pad & Quill Apple Pencil Holder is made of quality leather, backed by a 25-year warranty. It is elegant, simple and very functional. Adhesive is also used to attach it to cases, a Smart Cover or the iPad. But in order to get leather and the Pad & Quill brand recognition you will have to pay $24.95.
Stylus Sling Apple Pencil Holder
The Stylus Sling is great for those of you who want a more specialized Apple Pencil holder, yet still want something with a classic look. This accessory wraps around your case or smart cover. It features neat and snug slots for both your Apple Pencil and the USB adapter. But because it is made for specially Apple’s product, the price also goes up to $24.99.
Ceocase Apple Pencil Pouch
Not everyone wants the Apple Pencil forever attached to the iPad. Some really would rather keep it in their pockets or bags, but in a more organized manner. The Ceocase Apple Pencil Pouch will keep your expensive accessory protected while looking rather fancy. It is made of high-quality microfiber leather and comes with a 2-year warranty. All for only $8.99.
One Fragment Apple Pencil Case
Here’s something a little more interesting. How about an Apple Pencil case made of wood? I happen to love natural materials, and this one doesn’t disappoint. The elegant container will hold your Apple Pencil while keeping it safe. It’s also very convenient and easy to use, thanks to its magnet system.
The One Fragment case starts at $25, but can go up to $37, depending on the type of wood you choose.
Interested in any of these? Hit the comments to let us know which of these holders you are signing up for!