Let’s get into the Andar Duke Wallet. If we open the box up, you notice we’ve got a nice welcome card. It comes in a nice cotton pouch. Let’s look at the features of this particular wallet. If we see the front of this, it has a quick access slot for a card here. I’m sure you can get one or two in there for sure. On the back, it’s got a nice cash strap, this will allow you to put cash in here, fold it over, put it in. We’ll see what it can do later in the card and cash test.
And, finally, as a slim wallet, it has the capability of having cards put in at the top slot. This is a top down card wallet. The description indicates it is capable of holding 1 to 10 cards, we’ll see how many it can really get in there. All right, so if we look at the capabilities and the features advertised, it does have a one year warranty. That’s nice. It’s made of full grain, maybe it looks like it could be top grain. But, it does have a vinyl strap on the back of leather front on the cash strap. And, of course, we have the RFID lining on the inside, which in my mind steals leather.
(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
But, other than that, it’s got a nice feel. This is a chromium-tanned leather, which is fine. There is veg tanned as well as chromium tanned. There isn’t a whole lot difference between them, it depends on what you want, the longevity of the wallet you’re looking for and so forth. The thing that’s nice about this wallet is that it is petite. It’s 2 and 7/8 high by 4 inches wide, and about 1/8 inch thin, which is really nice. It’s very utilitarian, a very decent build.
Let’s see how many cards and cash we can get into this wallet. The final tally is 6 cards and 7 bills. Let’s go through its rating. For quality, we’re going to give this a 3. It has a one year warranty, it’s full grain, vinyl liner on the cash strap, fold over sewing edges, RFID, it’s very standard quality, but we really like it. The pricing, we’ll give it a 2, it’s a little high for what you get, we’re thinking more around $15. Features, a 3, it’s very standard for the type of slim wallet it is, not a problem there. Usability, is a 3 as well, no problems, not fantastic either, it’s what you’d expect.
Finally, perception. It’s very utilitarian, but it’s got a decent build to it. This company has several other models that we’ll look at in the future. It has a very extensive line as well, so they’re exploring all different kinds of wallet presentations. The overall score in this is a 2.8 out of 5. We hope you’ve enjoyed this wallet presentation, and subscribe to us, hit us a like, and look at our other videos and reviews.