Everything I expected when I started the ZNAP Slimpuro test carry turned out to be true…it was worked as expected and reinforced that it’s a great option if you like metal wallets.
(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
We recently reviewed the Slimpuro ZNAP wallet, which recently hit the market in the United States. I took the ZNAP out for a test drive for a month, actually, a little more than that, so let’s get into my carry test experience.
But before getting to my general assessments, likes and dislikes, let’s do a quick review of the features of this wallet. The frame is CNC aluminum that maintains your cards and comes in either an 8 or a 12 card version. It’s Important thing to show its flexible frame. This provides the ease of use to insert and extract cards while still keeping them secure.
It also comes with a coin tray, and as discussed in the review, isn’t all that helpful. They have a better coin pouch that slides in like a card that I would recommend. If we go beyond that, we get into what is possibly the best part of the footprint of this wallet is a full billfold pocket. We’re not talking about something where you have to fold your cash. It is a full billfold pocket. I use it for additional cards like loyalty cards, insurance cards, the kinds of cards that would not fit in this aluminum frame.
Of course the billfold pocket folds like a trifold, snapping closed when not in use. This has been a fun wallet to carry. As mentioned, the card configuration comes in 8 or 12 cards and can handle 10 plus notes. It can handle all currencies with ease and function, which is amazing considering its footprint, which fits in the palm of your hand. I always carry 8 to 10 cards between my credit cards, ID, insurance, discount, loyalty, etc. I use the same stack of cards for every wallet I carry, and place my non-credit card items in the middle, as you saw with this trifold. That worked just fine because when you have the CNC frame structure here, it requires the dimensions of a credit card to work.
Now, for my likes. The small footprint of this wallet was very nice, and very easy to carry. It sat well in my pocket, and didn’t have any rough edges despite being a metal work. It’s still a little heavier than normal, but it just sits in your pocket. The cash carry flexibility is really the most impressive part of this wallet. I like the fact I can carry other items in the trifold slot and I’m not required to fold cash.
M dislikes might be more suggestions. While the inclusion of the coin tray is nice, but unusable. I don’t carry coins, so it’s not a problem for me. One problematic issue, which is common with metal wallets is I did notice it begin to delaminate my most used cards. This is due to friction with cards going in and out, you should expect that to happen. If you’re hypersensitive about how your cards look, then this might bother you. If not, then it’s no big deal.
Nice little wallet, and one that you should or could add to your collection. I think you would enjoy carrying it if you are amenable to metal type wallets.