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The new Roz Bag, made of lightweight fabric, has two separate compartments. The lower section can hold four Pastel Organizer Trays. The top section, with its built-in elastic band, it can hold one more pastel organizer or any other items you may want to pack. The top section also contains a removable clear zippered case for pencils, brushes, or tools. There are two side pockets on either side of the bag to hold smaller items. This bag is equipped with an adjustable shoulder strap with shoulder pad for comfort. Overall dimensions are 18 in. x 8 in. x 6 in. Bag is available empty or with four Pastel Organizer Trays.

Also see Roz Boxes.



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Anita S. from New York, NY says:

This is a nice box to look at, but, if you need to tip the box in transport or storage, watch out! Your short pastels on either side of the Richeson plastic logo mid-trays will fall into the empty space,...[more]

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Can this bag be used with NuPastels?

- Asked by Rozie on 20-Dec-12
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Looking at the size of the compartments in the Roz Bag, this would not store NuPastels properly. We suggest the Roz Box by Jack Richeson instead. You can find this using the search box above.

- Answered by MisterArt on 21-Dec-12

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Rated by: Anita S. in New York, NY
This is a nice box to look at, but, if you need to tip the box in transport or storage, watch out! Your short pastels on either side of the Richeson plastic logo mid-trays will fall into the empty space, and you'll not have access to these pastels. They are gone until you remove every pastel in order to tip the box to extract them. This is not practical.
Rated by: barbara r. in sayville, NY
great bag for pastels; holds many; well constructed.
Rated by: joyce g. in Dresher, PA
Nice n light in weight. I lugged around the Roz box which is way too heavy for plein air for me. This is a great alternative!!!!
Rated by: Molly R. in Coupeville, WA
Very well designed and constructed!

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