(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
Thanks for joining us for a long-term carry review of the Ekster Senate wallet.
It’s the steel blue version, this is the actual wallet I’ve been carrying for the past 20 days. You can see a picture here of what it was like as I started and you can see the picture over here, when we finished, front and back. The leather took a little beating, but otherwise no issues.
As mentioned I carried this for 20 days, it was in the springtime, I work professionally so this is in slacks or suits daily. Let’s go over general observations.
The leather broke in just fine, and it held up without any issues.
Capacity in the band section here was great, because I didn’t have to compromise on any of my cards.
I never had a problem with a card slider button or mechanism, and I used it thousands of times. I’ll get into that when we review the likes.
Now the dislikes of this is that due to it being a box, it can be bulky. And you can see why the leather was very thin, you wanted to minimize that. And it imprints heavy in your pants. You can see for the picture here that you sit down and you’ve got a box in your pants. I mean, that’s just kind of what it looks like
The likes on this wallet is that you have very easy card access. Just press the button and away it goes. It was so good it became my favorite fidget spinner. So it kind of mixed a fidget spinner with my wallet. Kind of like this short video here. But I also do it in my pocket when I’m talking to people just to keep my fingers busy. But anyway, that’s what I did like about it. So there you go.
This is a great, great fun little product to have. I didn’t have any issues with it whatsoever. We have a full review of it well as for their Parliament wallet. If you have any questions please leave us a comment.