KCC11976

Reclosable Pocket Tissue

3 Ply - White - 36 / Carton

Reg. Price $66.12

Our Price $50.53 Per Carton

Quantity In Stock!
3-ply Pocket Pack tissues offer the softness and quality of Kleenex Tissue
Comes in a reclosable, portable package
Plastic bag features a flap with an adhesive tab that you can reclose after you pull out a tissue
Small bag fits easily into your bag or briefcase
Three-packs of 10 tissues per unit, 36 units per case
  • Additional Info
SKU
KCC11976
Manufacturer
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
11976
Brand Name
Kleenex
Product Type
Facial Tissue
Color
White
Number of Plys
3
Recycled
No
Green Compliant
Yes

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KleenexReclosable Pocket Tissue
 
2.3

(based on 27 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (3)

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    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (11)

29%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Still my favorite tissue

A lot of reviewers don't like the new box designs but I think they are great. I actually didn't care for the older designs, they were the same thing for so long I was...Read complete review

A lot of reviewers don't like the new box designs but I think they are great. I actually didn't care for the older designs, they were the same thing for so long I was getting bored with them. However I understand that other people like consistency. Maybe you should have more options instead of completely switching to new designs. I do notice that the tissues now appear to me to have a perfumey scent, which is a real problem for many people. I will never stop buying Kleenex!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Ugly Boxes

I loaded up on Kleenex a couple of years ago. Recently, I ran out, and bought a lot of new boxes. The ad showed the old box design. What arrived were ugly...Read complete review

I loaded up on Kleenex a couple of years ago. Recently, I ran out, and bought a lot of new boxes. The ad showed the old box design. What arrived were ugly boxes that don't really go with anything. I will need to return them. Kleenex Company, what in the world have you done with a product that has been a staple in American homes for decades?

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1.0

Terrible Package Colors

By Joann

from St. Louis, MO, United States

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

I wish I knew why your company changed the packaging of the Kleenex tissues. The color choices are ridiculous. The color combinations are terrible. Bathrooms are not all purple. After buying Kleenex for over 40 years, i have stopped. I can't find a box with colors that match anything in my home.

 
3.0

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Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

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2.0

Miss the Marbleized Box

By marbleizedboxlover

from Indianapolis, IN, United States

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

I have used the 160 count marbleized box for decades, and am very disappointed the design has been discontinued. The new designs are loud compared to the classic and sophisticated marbleized design. Please consider bringing the design back or creating boxes with classic patterns of tone-on-tone color. Sadly, I have had to purchase other brands while I wait for a more subtle Kleenex design to hit the shelves.

 
1.0

Box Tops for Education

By SueR

from Charlotte, NC

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

Long time Kleenex user. Shame on Kleenex for no longer participating in the Box Tops for Education program. One of the few items senior citizens buy that has the box tops that we can save for our grandchildren and be a part of their school life.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Love the tissue not the box

By Mjae

from Wes

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

How about some nautical designs and 2017 colors. I fell like the color of the boxes belong back in the 50's and 60's.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Horrible package design&quality Kleenex are flimsy

By Soozi

from Irondequoit N.Y.

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

Very unhappy with the look and quality of the new boxes I have to tape the ends shut . And the design is horrible. Also very unhappy with the quality of the Kleenex. They are small and flimsy.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Not a fan of the new box designs

By Ricki

from Santa Clara, CA

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

I am a lifetime Kleenex user, and have been happy with the box designs throughout my 40 years of purchasing the Kleenex tissues. I have a box in just about every room...for easy access. I am very disappointed with the current available box designs where the pattern/design is different on the sides versus the rest of the box. Because I do have the Kleenex boxes in just about every room and out in the open they are very visible.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Dislike new designs.

By ali68

from Clemson, SC

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

Too many different shapes and/or colors on one box. Bring back single color designs in florals, etc. that make a bathroom look pretty, blend in with a piece of wood furniture, pick up the grout in a tile floor, etc.

 
5.0

Shame on large chain drug stores!

By Priya

from New York NY

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

Kleenex is The BEST! It's a travesty that the large drug store chains are carrying less and less Kleenex and instead carrying their own (inferior) brand.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Ugly Boxes

By TabinCA

from Orange County, CA, United States

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

I loaded up on Kleenex a couple of years ago. Recently, I ran out, and bought a lot of new boxes. The ad showed the old box design. What arrived were ugly boxes that don't really go with anything. I will need to return them. Kleenex Company, what in the world have you done with a product that has been a staple in American homes for decades?

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