The Case goes a step beyond just being a great looking case. It also allows you to use the Pencil while it is still in the case. The cover that protects the Pencil's tip can be removed like any pen cap and put on the end of the case. The case is made in a way that you can use the Pencil to lightning adapter, so you can just plug it into the same cable you use to charge an iPhone or iPad without removing the Pencil from the case. The cap that normally covers the end of the Pencil can be placed inside the cap of the PenSe.
As they mention in the description, it adds weight and bulk to the Pencil. I was able to get used to it by resting more of my palm on the iPad ( which has excellent palm rejection). It can take a little while to get used to the size and bulk, but I have large hands and it took no time to get used to it. That being said, others, especially those with small hands, may have more trouble getting used to the size and/or weight. The PenSe doesn't stop there. It has gnets that run down the side of the case. I find these magnets to be very convenient. I have a metal table next to my favorite spot on the couch and I can put the Pencil down without worrying about it rolling anywhere. Even on a wood table, it has a clip that would help keep it from rolling around, as well. The magnets can also be used to attach the Pencil to the Apple Cover. I really like this because I can easily keep the iPad and Pencil together without having to worry about putting my Pencil away.
While I really like this case, I was not happy with the lack of instructions for a product at this price. Also, the instructions on their website are awful. Nothing is labeled. They show a couple rubber rings going around the Pencil, but the case is so tight that I could not get them into the case because they would slide up as I pushed in the Pencil. I was able to get one ring on by putting it on the Pencil tip where the Pencil is thinner, but it took some trial and error. Also, I am not sure how to replace them if they get misplaced. I already lost one because I just figured they would slide in without an issue, but instead one of them obviously fell off. I tried the case without the ring and the tip moves slightly when pressed down on the iPad. I could get used to it, since I use the Pencil for photo touch ups and random notes, but I imagine that it could drive an artist crazy. That being said, I am going to look into getting some extra rings...just in case.
While I think this case is priced in the luxury range, I am pleased that it is made in the USA. I do think better instructions would be nice, but it really comes down to whether I will continue to use the case or throw it in a drawer. I am going to keep it on the Pencil. I like the extra protection, the clip, the magnets, and the way it looks. It is a bit large, but I was able to get used to it. For me, it is a worthy addition. However, if I was an artist, I might prefer the lighter and more balanced naked Pencil. However, it would still be a handsome way of transporting the Pencil from place to place.