Zip it YOUR way! The recent release of the Mayfair wallet complements the Notting Hill, which has set the standard for Vaultskin wallets with a zipper. So how do each of these slim, RFID, leather minimalist wallets compare? Well, the review is actually easier than you might think.
It disappeared for years, but is finally back! The Bellroy All-Conditions wallet, both the Phone Pocket and Card Pocket. The All Conditions is made for activity and carry safety for travel during activities that could get wet, sandy, or dirty, these wallets are the best zipper options.
Pioneer Carry recently released their brand new 2.0 version of the Flyfold wallet. So how does it compare to the original 1.0 version? We recently did a review on the 2.0, so let’s take a look back at the 1.0 and see where the improvements or problems now exist.
Honestly, it’s the same, but smaller! Don’t trust me? Okay, watch the Lost Dutchman Franklin Mini & Regular wallet comparison. Both are mine and the leather is amazing, there are some functional differences so it is worthwhile to watch the review, but being a stitchless wallet, it has a few surprises.
We’re looking at the Distil Union Wally Sleeve and Micro 4.0 wallet combination. As minimalist, slim wallets go they perform well as cards first wallets. Construction is great and the Micro can even turn itself inside out to reveal the second color, nice trick!
Despite all that goodness, there are a few things to be aware of, so if you’re considering these wallets, I highly suggest you watch the review!
We have both the Kings Loot Hybrid bifold wallet review and the Kings Loot Mini 3.0. Both come in decent leather with revealing information when compared to the Kings Loot Mini 2.0 minimalist and other similar competitors. Great standard wallets with the Mini 3.0 being my favorite.
Why a Kings ransom? When it’s all said and done, Kings Loot wallets might be a bit overpriced compared to its competition, watch and see.
Do you really need a passport wallet?Bellroy has two do essentially the same, but appeal to different folks, the Travel Folio and the Travel Wallet. Both are passport holder, but also come with a sleek pen for pesky immigration forms that haven’t figured out how to become digital yet. Along with passport storage, room for cards, cash and boarding passes, you have everything you need.
Willow Craft Goods Swaddle wallets elevate the handmade, leather, unique and elegant designs produced by the company, like the Luxe wallet. Three different sizes, Slim, Original, and Wide, provide options to best meet your carry needs. The Swaddle can be configured with instructions and a tutorial included in this video.
Three of the most popular wallets, the Ridge, Ekster and AKEENI now have AirTag offerings. The Ridge AirTag wallet is an accessory that attaches to your Ridge wallet, with the Ekster AirTag wallet review showing how the clever Cardholder adapts to hold an AirTag. And finally the AKEENI XSTO AirTag wallet shows the strongest of the three in securing and maintaining your AirTags but is the most time consuming to install on the case. Which do you prefer?
Hindsight and product testing is always better and that’s the case with the new Bellroy Flip Case 2nd generation. It’s Bellroy’s Flip Case 1st versus 2nd generation compared. It’s much better than version 1 compared to v2. The second edition wallet actually lives up to the hype of the first, so if you haven’t done so already, this is the one to buy!
We do a review of the Vaultskin City and Manhattan wallets, giving them a final score, then compare them along the way. Fully baked out in silly RFID, these slim, bifold wallet offerings provide for both tall and short currency options. For how much they cost you’d expect a little more.
Big Finn, Finnigan, Cash Finn, Thin Finn make up the 4 Lost Dutchman Leather “Finn’s” we’re comparing in today’s video. Considered some of the best minimalist wallet offerings, all are handmade and great for EDC (everyday carry).
The Ögon Design Carbon Fiber Card and Passport Clips looks at the basics of how you carry cards, cash and passports as a wallet. Made in France, it’s RFID protected with Card Holder being made in either Carbon Fiber or Polycarbonate Fiber (faux carbon fiber look). So with it being so simple, is a rubber band just as good?
The SECRID Cardprotector is the original box card holder, but the Ekster Cardholder has evolved to be a serious competitor for usability and quality. So what’s new with Ekster vs SECRID? This comparison and review will give you an update on these RFID, slim wallet options
Wallets can sometimes be the same, sometimes not. How different is the Ekster Carbon Fiber Card Holder and the Hayvenhurst Carbon Fiber Capsule box wallet? They may look the same, but there are a number of differences in this comparison and review. Price isn’t always the way to make a decision.
We see Chinese knock off wallets on Amazon all the time, but what about on Chinese sites like Wish, Aliexpress and Alibaba? I bought 7 Chinese knockoffs from Aliexpress and compare them. They include Trayvax, Dango, SECRID, Aviator and Bankr.
We take the top 6 Ridge knock off wallets from Amazon and compare them to the original Ridge Carbon Fiber and Ridge Aluminum. It’s the Ridge vs knockoff to see if it makes sense to try before you buy a Ridge wallet
We take a look at the Bellroy Slim Sleeve vs Note Sleeve, both in the new woven material. A quick feature review of these bifold wallets provides insight into what features would be best for you. If you’re interested in the Premium or Designer editions of the Slim Sleeve, we have those too.
Following up on the original comparison, we take another look to compare review of the Ridge wallet to the Aviator wallet. So what has changed? Both are slim wallets, RFID protected, money clip, coin trays and even self-maintainable.
Both wallets have great customers who like the features, but how does Ridge vs Fantom compare? Are they too different and are they worth your money?
The Ridge has been a leader in band wallets for several years, but the XSTO from Akeeni has taken the market by storm. The Ridge vs XSTO comparison helps shed some light.
We’re taking the comparison of the Bellroy Slim Sleeve wallet’s to the table. The original, designer and premium will be strutting their stuff to see which should be in your pocket!
Does the new Aluminum Cardholder advance the design of the Senate? Ekster Senate vs Aluminum Cardholder reveals that while the same, there are some differences to be aware of.
With similar designs, both the TROVE Cash Wrap and FOCX Accountant wallets demonstrate great minimalist designs with enough differences to present a choice.
Comparing a Dango and Trayvax wallet is tough, the similarities are few, but it can be done to understand what creates devoted owners of both of these brands. So we’re looking at the Dango M1 Rail wallet and the Trayvax Contour.
Today we do a comparison between the Bellroy Slim Sleeve vs. Auroch Gravity wallets to determine if they’re essentially the same or different enough?
We’ve reviewed the TROVE Swift, Cash Wrap and Coin Caddy and have wanted to do a TROVE wallet comparison, to see what’s the same, what’s different and where is the sweet spot!
There are many sandwich band wallets on the market, but Bankr vs Ridge wallet is what many wonder about. Are they really that different or do they have almost too much in common?
Many requests have come in for a comparison between the TROVE Swift and VBAX wallets. They’re the same design and features, but there are subtle differences which can help you decide which one is best for you!
Wonder what the difference is between the Bellroy Slim Sleeve Original and Designer Edition? Well, besides the $139 price tag for the Designer Edition, there are a few differences which make it stand out as a worthwhile wallet purchase