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
 
2.4

(based on 15 reviews)

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21%

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

 

Fix the Designs!

I ordered the 210 count online from soap.com because it's hard to find that size in stores. They had pictures of the elegant charcoal black design which would go with my decor (and frankly...Read complete review

I ordered the 210 count online from soap.com because it's hard to find that size in stores. They had pictures of the elegant charcoal black design which would go with my decor (and frankly any decor.) Instead, monstrosities arrived with two different colors for the front and the sides! Who wants that? Plus they say "Kleenex" in a big round blue circle instead of subtly along the edge. I came to this site to see if the old design was available but no! Apparently the new terrible designs are everywhere! I know there's a balance between getting brand recognition and style but guess what? YOU'RE KLEENEX! People calls tissues "kleenexes"! There is hardly any other product with more brand recognition! So stop trying to create crazy styles. Most people don't want to advertise that they have a cold or sinus or allergy problems. They don't want the tissue box to SCREAM out to guests. They want it to fit nicely into the decor so it doesn't call too much attention to itself. After the supply of tissues I ordered runs out, will I potentially reconsider my allegiance to Kleenex if the designs don't change? Absolutely! Do I want to? No, I love Kleenex! So please, use some common sense and BRING BACK SUBTLE GRAY DESIGNS!

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4.0

Short Rectangular Boxes

By David DB

from Las Vegas, NV

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

I use rectangular Kleenex boxes IN side drawers (8 7/8" x 4 3/4" x 2 1/4"). I can't find them in our stores. Where can we get them? Tall boxes won't fit in desk and bathroom drawers.

 
1.0

Quality as "Nose" Dived

By SteveCW

from Atlanta GA

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

I've been using Kleenex for all of my 58 years. I weathered the switch to non-absorbent paper 15-20 years ago when all the tissue manufacturers suddenly ran out of good supplies of wood pulp, apparently. I weathered the downsizing of the size. I weathered the thinning of the paper. But now, they've not only downsized but have made them even thinner. For the first time ever, the toilet paper I use is stronger than what has always been the premiere brand of facial tissue. These things are now so thin you'll hurt yourself if you're not careful. Kleenex . . . we made it almost 60 years . . . but goodbye.

 
2.0

HATE the new box designs/colors

By DebbieM

from Coumbus OH

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

My whole family has dust/seasonal allergies and we use a lot of tissues. Kleenex has always been our brand of choice but I hate the new box designs. They look so out of place in our fairly traditionally decorated house that I actually have to consider switching brands. Please bring back the old colors!

 
2.0

Box designs

By sunny2008

from Sacramento, CA, United States

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

Kleenex are still the best tissues. But the new designs on the boxes do not go in my traditional house. Way too contemporary and/or bright . Not everyone lives in a modern loft that is turquoise and fuchsia I have to find another brand.

 
2.0

Lots of spare cotton

By MaSchneider

from Minden,Ne

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

I have been turning to Kleenex for as long as I can remember so it was a. O brained when I got hit with a horriable cold. That's when I reloaded I went to use a tissue on my nose and accidently inhaled a big chunk of cotton from the Kleenex. I pulled out more tondouble check and sure enough more was coming out with every tissue. You should really look into that! It's probley not the best to inhale cotton.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Package design

By Nonnie

from Gainesville, va

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

Once the tissues are used about half way into the box, they no longer protrude from the opening to be able to take a tissue. It is awkward to reach into the plastic opening to be able to get to a tissue. Please work on this packaging!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Where are the car boxes??

By jlaurene

from Idaho, United States

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

Hey Kleenex... What happened to the cardboard box car tissues? We MISS them! These on-the-go tissues are great for the diaper bag, or in a purse, but you can't pull one out with one hand. Please, please, please bring back the car tissues!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

New box designs have produced lower quality tissue

By lostcustomer

from Undisclosed

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

The tissues in the new box design 160 2-ply are lower quality, thinner and folded differently. Bring back the old Kleenex blue, tan, grey and brown boxes and restore the quality. I have been a Kleenex customer for 50 years and will stop purchasing the product altogether!

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Hate the new box graphics

By EHROBE

from Dallas, TX, United States

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket Tissue:

I hate the new graphics like the tissues. For me the graphics matter because I have tissues in prominent places in my house and the old graphics blended with the decor. Now the boxes are out of place. Looks like Puffs gets my business now.

 
5.0

Still my favorite tissue

By Sequoialuvr

from Cypress, CA, United States

Comments about Kleenex Reclosable Pocket 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 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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