Stim Accessory: Hoopla Furry Pencil Case – Princess Unicorn


Image Description: bright-pink furry pencil case that resembles a Unicorn facing in the right direction, the Unicorn has a gold-metallic horn on the middle of their forehead, and three five-pointed white stars just before the tail. The pencil case is sitting on a navy-blue couch which has a faded red pattern on it and faded gold fleur-de-lis pattern on it.


Image Description: bright-pink furry pencil case that resembles a Unicorn facing in the left direction, the Unicorn has a gold-metallic horn on the middle of their forehead, and three five-pointed white stars just before the tail. The pencil case is sitting on a navy-blue couch which has a faded red pattern on it and faded gold fleur-de-lis pattern on it.

Item: Hoopla Furry Pencil Case – Princess Unicorn

Category: Review/Feedback

Cost: AU $4.99 (Shipping Fees: N/A)

Date of Purchase: 15/01/18

Date of Delivery: N/A

Store: Aldi

Location: various stores around Victoria, Australia

Review:
~My greatest Weakness: About this time of year, Aldi have a “Back To School” stationery special, which is terrible for a person like myself, as I have a great love of stationery and very little impulse control. Unfortunately, I was unable to resist the stimmy siren-call of the Princess Unicorn pencil case. If bright pink isn’t your thing, there’s also a blue cat design, and a purple bunny design available. But in all honesty, how was I supposed to say no to this face?


Image Description: A close-up picture of a pale hand and wrist (two black telephone cord hair-ties and a rainbow-pony-bead bracelet around the wrist) holding the front end of the furry pencil case. The front end of the furry pencil case is the Unicorn’s face, which has big blue eyes and a large white space with two blue dots down the bottom (I assume this is supposed to be the nose). In the background is a navy-blue couch, which has a faded red pattern on it, and faded gold fleur-de-lis pattern on it.

~Tactile Elements: the main body of the pencil case is so soft and fuzzy, if I could, I would probably spend long amounts of time just rubbing it on my hands and face. The “furry” material which makes up the mane and tail is soft to touch as well, but not as soft as the main body section.

~Dimensions: The pencil case is long, but the inside cavity is also surprisingly deep as well, it would make an excellent Stim Toy Case, as long as you’re the type of person who doesn’t object to a stim toy or stim accessory getting dirty or experiencing casual wear and tear.

~Dirt Magnet: I suspect that this pencil case won’t be used for practical purposes. This is because it’s very easy for the soft fuzzy material to collect dirt particles. The dirt is easy to brush off, but I’d prefer not to let Princess Unicorn get dirty in the first place, and I understand how people might feel anxious about getting stim toys or stim accessories dirty.

3 comments

  1. […] Quarterly Goal: Write three Stim Toy Review posts I actually managed to accomplish this, and I managed to post consistently on Monday! I know it may seem silly or small, but I’m so happy I managed to schedule all my STR posts for Monday ahead of time. While it’s difficult to plan for things right now, I do plan on writing a couple more Stim Toy Review posts before the end of the Quarter. I’m also planning on doing a Stim Toy Review in video format (so excited!). ~Stim Toy Review: Galaxy Pig ~Stim Toy Review: Zuru Tangle ~Stim Accessory: Hoopla Furry Pencil Case – Princess Unicorn […]

  2. I’d just give it a good vacuum and put it in the sun sometimes. Be good if you could get a toy box to protect it from dust. I really like your unicorn 🦄 pencil case.

    • Thank you ❤ Aldi sometimes has some really good stationery options for the "Back To School" special near the end of January. It's a shame they're limited items. Thank you for stopping by and commenting 🙂 I hope you're feeling better.

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