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Today I am doing a carry test review for the Aurochs Eclipse wallet. I am going to go through a quick overview. The Aurochs Eclipse wallet is a pretty simple bifold wallet. There are two card slots on the inside. It also has two bifold hidden pockets on the inside which I used because I really liked them. There is also a secure coin pocket with little magnetic strips. It isn’t’ the strongest magnetic strip which won’t make it difficult to open. It is very slight and it has a little magnetic strip. It gives some durability when you are opening and closing, which actually feels like it is completely closing. There is a card slot which I put a lot of my cards inside. I thoroughly enjoyed using this wallet.
The following are my likes and dislikes of this wallet. There were lovely interior pockets that I used a lot. I did put one of my cards in the slot that I used a lot. However, it was a little annoying because there is a lot of fabric on the inside versus the leather. As I was trying to get my card out, it would get caught on the little lip of fabric and leather. When I was trying to get my card faster, or if I wasn’t using these front two ones, it was a little annoying. It has a coin pocket. With a coin pocket, it is going to be a little bulky. It did get bulky, but not as much as other wallets. The whole section with the coins and having all of these cards did create a lot of bulk. I guess it depends on how you’re going to be distributing your cards. That did irritate me. I really didn’t feel like the magnet worked. I didn’t know it was supposed to be a good magnet, or a magnet, until I had been carrying it for a few days. Don’t expect a lot from the magnet. It’s not really there.
As for my likes for this wallet. It did wear pretty nicely. There is a little bit of wear and tear, but not enough that it is going to compromise the leather on the top or bottom. It is just some good wear. Even on the outside, you can see that there is a little bit of wear. As annoying as these inner pockets were, I really did enjoy using these inner pockets, and I enjoyed having the extra little space because I was only given two pretty small card slots on the front. You could probably put two cards in the front. I chose not to, because it is kind of hard to get two cards. Other than that, I really enjoyed this wallet. If you’d like more information, check out the full review.
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