All of your arts and crafts supplies, such as paint tubes and brushes, scissors, beads, ribbons, and stamps, are kept organized and in one place with the Mini Sidekick.
Portable Case: The Mini Sidekick is small and light, making it easy to transport to workshops, art classes, school, and other locations. For maximum portability, the bag is equipped with a sturdy carrying handle.
The Sidekick Mini's side-opening lid and deep design make accessing your supplies quick and easy. It's made of translucent material, so you can see what's inside easily.
Smart Closure: The Sidekick Mini has a sturdy latch that keeps the contents secure during transport, as well as an easy-to-carry handle.
The ArtBin Sidekick Mini is 11 x 5 inches and comes in a variety of colors. 5 x 7 in. It has a translucent color to it.
Questions & Answers
What exactly are the measurements of the mini, micro, and standard sizes?
I only purchased the basic, so here we go. I wanted to provide you with the exterior and interior measurements. There are three spaces: an upper tray, a middle tray, and a lower space. The outside dimensions of the entire tote are as follows: ten feet tall, fifteen feet wide, and seven and a half feet deep. Inside measurements are as follows: upper tray (in a U-shaped space, usable space): 1 1/4" high, 12" wide, and 6" deep (this is a tray with a top handle that opens up). Inside the lower section's middle tray (which fits into the lower section's body: 2 high, 13 5/8 wide, 7 1/2 deep; with the middle tray inserted, the lower space is 5 1/2 inches deep; without the tray inserted, the lower space is 8 in high, 12 in wide, and 6 1/2 deep (this is your usable space). ) Wow, I hope that this information is useful to you. It would be better if I could draw a diagram, but I don't know how. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. This tote is well-made and takes up less space on my sewing table. It appeals to me greatly. The only thing that irritates me is the lack of measurements.
Will I be able to stand colored pencils upright in the case if I don't use the lift out tray? Is it possible to separate the lid from the rest of the package?
Colored pens can be used, but the lid cannot be removed.
Are spray paint cans compatible with this?
I just used a can of Krylon paint to test it out. You'd have to take the tray out. For the sidekick, it appeared to be a little too tall. If you bend the top a little, it might work. If it was up to me, I'm not sure I'd do it. I apologize for not being able to provide you with a more appropriate response.
Selected User Reviews For ArtBin 6815AG Mini Sidekick Carrying Case, Portable Art & Craft Organizer with Handle,  Plastic Storage Case, Clear
This Copic Case Alternative is the ideal height for holding Copic sketch, caio, and classic markers
The mini sidekick ArtBin is filled with a mix of 160 markers, the majority of which are used to sketch (see photo). Purchasing multiples of the 36 or 72-piece set is a fantastic alternative to purchasing multiples of the 36-piece set. Count Copic cases, or the 380-dollar 380-dollar 380-dollar 380-dollar 380-dollar Copic case with a count This bin costs half as much as a standard 120-pound bin. count marker cases and has the capacity to hold more (especially if you use caio frequently). I would highly recommend it to artists who have a sizable collection but not enough to justify purchasing the 380-page book. Copic case with a count.
| Sep 23, 2021
Exceptional This storage bin is, as the title suggests, incredible
The size is absolutely perfect; I was able to put the soaking bowl on top of the nail polish bottles and stand the nail polish remover bottle in the center of the bottom compartment where the open underside of the removable tray would be (it would have fit just as well lying next to the soaking bowl on the bottles but I was concerned about possible leaks). The top part that opens from the side is a little different, but it's not a big deal! I absolutely adore this bin and will be purchasing more!.
| Jul 27, 2021
This is a well-made case
At work, I'm required to carry a transparent backpack or case. In comparison to the file box I bought at Staples, I chose this ArtBin because it is much more durable. This case costs twice as much as the previous one, but it is well worth it. After a few weeks of use, the translucent file box I bought started to fall apart. I carry a 64 oz hydro flask bottle, an 8x5 meal container, a hard drive, pencils, pens, and other items in this case on a daily basis. I can fit everything in my case without difficulty, and I don't have to worry about things falling out. Anyone who has to use transparent backpacks or cases should definitely get this product.
| Mar 20, 2021
Except for the part that isn't, this is a good box
This is a sturdy box, as I would expect from ArtBin, but it has a manufacturing flaw. I'm not sure if these can't be shipped in the winter or if it's a problem with all stock, but the lid on my original and replacement both warps. The hinged lid is warped on the long sides, leaving gaps and giving the impression that it is less expensive than the box. Both boxes had the same problem with the lid of the small built-in storage area, which had warped and no longer latches. Unfortunately, because this appears to be a manufacturing issue and because the dimensions of this particular box suit my needs, I'll have to devise a way to keep this top lid closed or remove it entirely so it doesn't flop around.
| May 23, 2021
This is an excellent little box
This was purchased to store supplement supplies, and it serves its purpose admirably. The Box holds a lot more than it appears to. I like how the lid has a top compartment for carrying small items. When it's shut, it stays shut, which is something I've had trouble with in the past with other boxes.
| Aug 26, 2021
It's ideal for keeping sewing and craft supplies organized
This is fantastic. So far, I've purchased three. I have one in which I keep sewing supplies, another in which I keep snap buttons, pliers for snap buttons, and tools, and the third in which I have yet to decide what to put in. It's clear, which allows me to see what I've put in it. I also like how little space it takes up. I'm going to order a few more.
| Aug 26, 2021
Construction is solid, and there is plenty of room for basic supplies
This box is not as "mini" as I expected, which is a pleasant surprise in most cases! I bought it for my 3-year-old son to store his miniature figurines and cart them around with ease, and it does exactly that. This box, if used for its intended purpose, could hold a lot of art supplies - Watercolors, acrylic paints, pencils, charcoal, small ruler/straight edge, scissors, ink, pens, brushes, ink, pens, brushes, ink, brushes, ink, brushes, ink, brushes, ink, brushes, ink, brushes, ink Almost everything you'll ever need for your art supplies! Someone gave it a low rating because the box could hold their supplies but not their paper. This is ridiculous, because no box I've ever used in my 15 years as a competent intermediate artist has ever held paper/canvas/whatever. Please keep in mind that this is only for your supplies and will not fit paper unless it is a smaller sketchbook (5x7 or smaller).
| Nov 26, 2021
Airbrushing supplies can be stored in this large capacity bag
This is where I keep my airbrushing supplies as well as a few paint or clear coat spray cans. A bottle of Pledge Floorcare (Future) is included in that list of supplies to provide a fantastic finish on my models, which can be found in the center of the bin if the pull out tray is removed. With the tray removed, it will also fit an Iwata airbrush cleaner bottle set vertically. Larger art supplies can be stored in this container.
| Sep 21, 2021